The Division for Advancement and External Relations  

 
MEIR  HATINA,  Jack and Alice Ormut Professor in Arabic Studies 
Status : ACTIVE Birth place : ISRAEL
Office Phone: 02-588-3645 Fax:
E-Mail: meir.hatina@mail.huji.ac.il
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Department Faculty  
ISLAMIC AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES FACULTY OF HUMANITIES Dept. Description
 
Academic Degree   Institution Year
LL.B. TEL AVIV UNIV. 1997
Ph.D. TEL AVIV UNIV. 1998
 
Academic Position   Year
PROFESSOR 2016
ASSOC. PROFESSOR 2011
SENIOR LECTURER 2008
LECTURER 2006
 
Administrative Position   From To
Director, The Nehemia Levtzion Center for Islamic Studies 2010
Chair, Dep't of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies 2015
 
Research Interests
Modern Islam. History of ideas. Islamic thought and politics.
Modern protest movements.
 
Research Projects
Martyrdom in Modern Islam: ethos and politics. (completed; book
Arab liberal thought: old dilemmas, new visions.
 
Selected Publications
Publication Title   Year
Studying Islam in Israel: A critical review. 2016
Arab Liberal Thought after 1967: Old Dilemmas, New 2015
Cultural exchange and cosmopolitan vision: Murat Yagan and the 2014
Religious Knowledge, Authority and Charisma: Islamic and 2014
History, politics, and public memory: The Nasserist legacy in 2014
Martyrdom in Modern Islam: Piety, Power and Politics. 2014
Speaking truth to power: Liberal discourse after 1967. 2013
Arab liberal discourse: Old dilemmas, new visions. 2011
'Ulama,' Politics and the Public Sphere: An Egyptian 2010
An earlier Sunni version of Khomeini's Rule of the Jurist: 2010
Guardians of Faith in Modern Times: 'Ulama' in the Middle 2009
The ethos of death in Palestine and the Muslim scholarship 2009
Politics of memory: Ahmad 'Urabi's account on the War in 2008
Islam: Introduction to the History of the Religion. Tel 2008
Narrating the Nile: Politics, Identities, Cultures. 2008
Where east meets west: Sufism, cultural rapprochement and 2007
Identity Politics in the Middle East: Liberal Discourse and 2007
Religious culture contested: The Sufi ritual of Dawsa in 2007
Restoring a lost identity: Models of education in Modern Islamic 2006
'Ulama' and the cult of death in Palestine. 2006
In search of authenticity: A Coptic perception. 2006
Theology and power in the Middle East: Palestinian martyrdom in 2005
The 'Other Islam': The Egyptian Wasat Party. (Hebrew version: 2005
History, politics and public memory: The Nasserist legacy in 2004
Between harmony and dissent: 'Ulama' and nationalist movements. 2004
Historical legacy and the challenge of modernity: The case of 2003
Fatwas as a prism of social history in the Middle East: The 2003
Al-Azhar in Egypt: Bastion of Orthodoxy and the challenge of 2001
Religious scholasticism, Sufism and national politics in Egypt: 2001
Islam and Salvation in Palestine. Tel Aviv: The Moshe 2001
Islam in Modern Egypt. Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 230 2000
On the margins of consensus: The call to separate religion and 2000
Hamas and the Oslo Accords: Religious dogma in a changing 1999
Iran and the Palestinian Islamic movement. 1997

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