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Prof. Dr. Armando Salvatore


Kontakt

Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut
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45128 Essen
Tel: + 49 201 7204 0
Fax: + 49 201 7204 111

Biographie

seit 2007 Heisenberg-Stipendiat; Associate Professor, Universität L‘Orientale, Neapel

2006 Habilitation und Privatdozentur, Soziologie, Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, HU Berlin (Habilitationskommission: Johann P. Arnason, Klaus Eder, Peter Heine, Hans-Peter Müller, Herfried Münkler, Claus Offe)

1999-2006 Forschungstätigkeiten am Kulturwissenschaftlichen Institut, Essen; Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, HU Berlin; European University Institute, Florenz

1995-1999 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Rahmen des DFG-Projekts "Die Struktur und die Transformation des islamischen Diskurses in der ägyptischen Öffentlichkeit", Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, HU Berlin

1994 Ph.D., Politik- und Sozialwissenschaften, European University Institute, Florenz, mit Auszeichnung (Promotionskommission: Nazih Ayubi, Klaus Eder, Clifford Geertz, Alessandro Pizzorno, Arpad Szakolczai, Reinhard Schulze)

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Historisch-vergleichende Politische Soziologie, Vergleichende Zivilisationsanalyse, Sozialtheorie, Religionssoziologie, Soziologie des Islams, mit Schwerpunkten in Öffentlichkeitsanalyse und Soziologie kollektiven Handelns (politische Mobilisierung und politische Kommunikation)

Publikationen

Bücher

• 2007
The Public Sphere: Liberal Modernity, Catholicism, and Islam, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
• 2006
Islam in Process: Historical and Civilizational Perspectives, vol. 7 of Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, Bielefeld: Transcript; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction (ed., with Johann P. Arnason and Georg Stauth).
• 2005
Religion, Social Practice, and Contested Hegemonies: Reconstructing the Public Sphere in Muslim Majority Societies, New York: Palgrave Macmillan (ed., with Mark LeVine)
• 2004
Public Islam and the Common Good, Leiden and Boston: Brill (ed., with Dale F. Eickelman; paperback 2006)
• 2001
Muslim Traditions and Modern Techniques of Power, vol. 3 of Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, Hamburg: Lit; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction (ed.)
• 2000
Between Europe and Islam: Shaping Modernity in a Transcultural Space, Brussels: P.I.E.-Peter Lang (ed., with Almut Höfert)

Aufsätze in Sammelbänden

• 2007
“Beyond Orientalism? Max Weber and the Displacements of ‘Essentialism’ in the Study of Islam,” in Defining Islam. A Reader, ed. Andrew Rippin, London: Equinox.
“Organic Solidarity versus Connective Justice? Islam’s Critical Presence in Europe,” in European Solidarity, ed. Nathalie Karagiannis, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 59-74.
• 2007
“Public Islam as an Antidote to Violence?” in Identity Conflicts: Can Violence Be Regulated? ed. J. Craig Jenkins and Esther Gottlieb, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 79-90 (with Dale F. Eickelman).
• 2006
“Public Religion, Ethics of Participation, and Cultural Dialogue: Islam in Europe,” in Contemporary Islam: Dynamic, not Static, ed. Abdul Aziz Said, Mohammed Abu-Nimer, and Meena Sharify-Funk, London and New York: Routledge, 83-100.
• 2005
“Introduction: Reconstructing the Public Sphere in Muslim Majority Societies,” in Religion, Social Practice, and Contested Hegemonies: Reconstructing the Public Sphere in Muslim Majority Societies, ed. Armando Salvatore and Mark LeVine, New York: Palgrave Macmillan (with Mark LeVine), 1-25.
• 2005
“Socio-Religious Movements and the Transformation of ‘Common Sense’ into a Politics of ‘Common Good’,” in Religion, Social Practice, and Contested Hegemonies: Reconstructing the Public Sphere in Muslim Majority Societies, ed. Armando Salvatore and Mark LeVine, New York: Palgrave Macmillan (with Mark LeVine), 29-56.
• 2003
“Entstehung des ‘öffentlichen Islams’: Überlegungen zum soziologischen Traditionsbegriff,” in Religion, Staat und Politik im Vorderen Orient. Festschrift für Friedemann Büttner, ed. Amr Hamzawy and Ferhad Ibrahim, Münster: Lit, 33-53.
• 2003
“Gender, Generation, and the Reform of Tradition: from Muslim Majority Societies to Western Europe,” in Muslim Networks and Transnational Communities in and across Europe, ed. Stefano Allievi and Jorgen Nielsen, Leiden: Brill (with Schirin Amir-Moazami),52-77.


Zeitschriftenartikel

• 2008 (in press)
“Notes on Locality, Connectiveness, and Spirituality,” in Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 8, on Dimensions of Locality: The Making and Remaking of Islamic Saints and Their Places, Bielefeld: Transcript; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, ed. Samuli Schielke and Georg Stauth.
• 2007a
“Authority in Question: Secularity, Republicanism, and ‘Communitarianism’ in the Emerging Euro-Islamic Public Sphere,” Theory, Culture and Society, 24, 2: 135-160.
• 2007b
“The Exit from a Westfalian Framing of Political Space and the Emergence of a Transnational Islamic Public,” Theory, Culture and Society, 24, 4, 41-48.
• 2006a
“Reflexivity, Praxis, and ‘Spirituality’: Western Islam and Beyond,” in Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 7, on Islam in Process: Historical and Civilizational Perspectives, Bielefeld: Transcript; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, ed. Johann P. Arnason, Armando Salvatore, and Georg Stauth. [reprint of 2006g]
• 2006b
“Introduction,” in Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 7, on Islam in Process: Historical and Civilizational Perspectives, Bielefeld: Transcript; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, ed. Johann P. Arnason, Armando Salvatore, and Georg Stauth (with Johann P. Ar
nason and Georg Stauth).
• 2006c “Public Islam and the Common Good,” Etnografica, 10, 1 (with Dale F. Eickelman): 97-105.
• 2006d
“Beyond the Power of Power? The Public Sphere in Islamic Societies in Comparative Perspective, Critique of Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt’s Culture and Power. A Comparative Civilizational Analysis,” Erwägen Wissen Ethik/Deliberation Knowledge Ethics, 17, 1: 66-68.
• 2006e
“Islam, Säkularität und die Grenzen der Öffentlichkeit in Europa,” in Soziale Welt, Special Issue no. 17 on Konfliktfeld Islam in Europa, ed. Monika Wohlrab-Sahr and Levent Tezcan, Munich: Nomos, 33-49.
• 2006f
“Power and Authority within European Secularity: From the Enlightenment Critique of Religion to the Contemporary Presence of Islam,” The Muslim World, 94, 4: 543-561.
• 2006g
“Ex Oriente Lux? The Praxic Reflexivity of Western Islamic Axiality,” in Jahrbuch des Kulturwissenschaftlichen Instituts 2005,” Bielefeld: Transcript, 213-240.
• 2005a
“The Euro-Islamic Roots of Secularity: A Difficult Equation,” Asian Journal of Social Science, 33, 3: 412-437.
• 2005b
“Muslims in the New Europe: Between Religious Traditions, Multiple Identities, and the Conflicted Emergence of New Secular Spaces,” in Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 6, on Islam in the New Europe: Continuities, Changes, Confrontations, ed. Sigrid Nökel and Levent Tezcan, Bielefeld: Transcript; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 94-113.
• 2005c
“Secularity and Public Religion in Europe: Historical Roots, Theoretical Debates, and the Case of Public Islam,” HAGAR. International Social Science Review, 6, 1: 7-24.
• 2004a
“Making Public Space: Opportunities and Limits of Collective Action Among Muslims in Europe,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 30, 5: 1013-1031.
• 2004b
“The Transformation of Muslim Traditions: The Potential and Limits of Public Forms of Islam in Arab Societies,” Historical Reflections/Reflections Historiques, 30, 3: 403-423.
• 2003
“The Public Sphere and Public Islam,” ISIM Newsletter, no. 13 (with Dale F. Eickelman): 52.
• 2002a
“The Public Sphere and Muslim Identities,” Archives européennes de sociologie/European Journal of Sociology/Europäisches Archiv für Soziologie, 43, 1 (with Dale F. Eickelman): 92-115.
• 2002b
“Religiöse Diskurstraditionen. Zur Transformation des Islam in kolonialen, postkolonialen und europäischen Öffentlichkeiten,” Berliner Journal für Soziologie, 13, 3 (with Schirin Amir-Moazami): 309-330.
• 2001a
“Public Islam and the Nation-State in Egypt,” ISIM Newsletter, no. 8: 20.
• 2001b
“Introduction: The Problem of the Ingraining of Civilizing Traditions into Social Governance,” Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 3, on Muslim Traditions and Modern Techniques of Power, ed. Armando Salvatore, Hamburg: Lit; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 9-42.
• 2001c
“Mustafa Mahmud: a Paradigm of Public Islamic Entrepreneurship?” in Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 3, on Muslim Traditions and Modern Techniques of Power, ed. Armando Salvatore, Hamburg: Lit; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 213-225.
• 2001d
“After the State: Islamic Reform and the ‘Implosion’ of shari‘a,” in Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam, 3, on Muslim Traditions and Modern Techniques of Power, ed. Armando Salvatore, Hamburg: Lit; New Brunswick, NJ, 125-142.
• 2001e
“Lahzha fi sayrura al-tamaddun al-misriyya” (The Civilizing Process in Egypt: A Snapshot), in Norbert Elias: al-tamaddun bayna al-ijtima‘ wa-l-tarikh (Norbert Elias: Civilization Between Society and History), Mutun ‘asriyya, 2: 74-75.
• 2000
“Social Differentiation, Moral Authority and Public Islam in Egypt: The Path of Mustafa Mahmud,” Anthropology Today, 6, 2: 12-15.

Aktivitäten

Stipendien und Auszeichnungen

2007- Heisenberg Scholarship, DFG (German Research Foundation), The Symbolic Dimensions of Solidarity and Secularity
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2005 Grant, Volkswagen Foundation, for convening an International Summer Academy
2003 Award, Social Science Research Council, International Collaborative Research Grants Competition Reconceptualizing Public Spheres in the Middle East & North Africa.
2001 Grant, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, for convening a two year Euro-American Summer Institute
2000-2001 Jean Monnet Fellowship and pilot project grant, Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies, EUI, Florence
1999 Grant, GAAC (German-American Academic Council), Bonn, Working Group on Muslims, Practices, and the Public Sphere
1997-1999 Grant, CNR (National Council of Research), Rome, Project on Theory of the Public Sphere and Fundamentalism
1994-1995 Postdoctoral grant, Oriental University Institute, Naples
1994 Malcolm Kerr Dissertation Award in the Social Sciences, MESA (Middle East Studies Association of North America)
1990-1994 Ph.D. scholarship, Department of Political and Social Sciences, EUI, Florence
1988-1989 Graduate studies grant, Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt
1987-1990 Graduate studies grant, DAAD (German Council for Academic Exchange), Bonn