Dr. Roschanack Shaery

Dr. Roschanack Shaery

Anthropologie

Roschanack Shaery ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und arbeitet über schiitische politische Bewegungen im Libanon, Iran, Indien und Syrien. Sie absolvierte ihren MA in Ethnologie und Pädagogik in Heidelberg im Jahr 1998 und erhielt ihren Doktortitel in Moderner Geschichte des Mittleren Ostens an der Universität von Chicago im Jahr 2005. Sie forschte über Syrien an der Universität von Amsterdam, wo sie enge Kontakte zu einer Vielzahl syrischer Dissidenten und Aktivisten sowohl in Syrien und als auch im Ausland aufbauen konnte. Derzeit arbeitet sie an einem Manuskript zum Thema: "Lebanese Detainees in Syria. Transnationalism, Piety and Suffering". Gleichzeitig beginnt sie mit einem neuen Projekts zur Geschichte und Politik der Zwölfer-Schiiten in Mumbai.

Publikationen

Bücher

[in progress] Lebanese Detainees in Syria. Transnationalism, Suffering, and Piety.

[2008] Shi‘ite Lebanon: Transnational Religion and the Making of National Identities. (New York: Columbia University Press).

Aufsätze

[2014] Arabs in Yiwu, Confucius in East Beirut. Middle East Report 270, 32-33.  Link

[2012] The Local Politics of the Lebanese DisappearedMiddle East Report 262.  Pull of the Possible. (Spring 2012), 1-4.   Link

[2011] From Subjects to Citizens? Civil Society and the Internet in Syria. Middle East Critique, special issue: Syria under Bashar al-Asad, 20 (2):127-138.   Link

[2010] Political Society and Civil Society in Syria. The Politics of a-Politicization. Civil Society in West Asia (II), University of Amsterdam, 3-4.  Link

[2009] New Media in Syria. Civil Society in West Asia (I), University of Amsterdam.

[2009] Territorializing Piety. Genealogy, Transnationalism, and Shi‘ite Politics in Modern Lebanon. Comparative Studies in Society and History. 51(3): 533-562.

[2009] Iranian-Lebanese Relations. Viewpoints. Special Issue: The Islamic Republic of Iran at 30. Middle East Institute. (online)

[2007] Post-revolutionary Iran and Shi‘i Lebanon: Contested Histories of Shi‘i Transnationalism. International Journal of Middle East Studies 39 (2):271-289.

[2007] Imagining Shi‘ite Iran: Transnationalism and Religious Authenticity in the Muslim World. Iranian Studies 40(1): 17-35.

[2006] The War in Iraq: Lessons for American Foreign Policy. Washington University Political Review 5(1):16-17.

[2005] ‘Ajami Iraqis: The non-Arab Arabs? Middle East Report 237. Fragments of the State. (Winter 2005): 40-41.

[2004] Iran, the Vatican of Shi‘ism? Middle East Report 233. Special Issue: Iran’s Clouded Horizons. (Winter 2004):40-43.

[2003] Mustafa Chamran: The Apotheosis of a Transnational Shi‘ite. Beiruter Blätter. Mitteilungen des Orient-Instituts Beirut 10-11(2002/2003): 167-169.

[2003] Transnationalism, Shi‘ism, and Authenticity. SSRC (GSC) Quarterly 10 (Fall 2003). (online)

[2003] Hamyaran: The Iranian NGO Resource Center. SSRC (GSC) Quarterly 10 (Fall 2003). (online)

[2003] Ravabet-i Iran va Lubnan. (“Iranian-Lebanese Relations”). Goftegu. (Summer 2003): 148-161. Special issue on Goftegu junub ba junub (“Dialogue from South to South”) (in Persian).

Beiträge in Sammelbänden

[2013] The Internet and Civil Activism in Syria (with Francesco Cavatorta). In: Paul Aarts and Francesco Cavatorta (eds.) Civil Society in Syria and Iran: Activism in Authoritarian Contexts. (Boulder: Lynne Rienner), 119-141.

[2012] Fixing and Negotiating Identities in the Field: The Case of Lebanese Shi‘ites. Reprinted in: Antonius C.G.M Robben and Jeffrey A.Sluka (eds.). Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader.  (Hoboken, N.J: Wiley-Blackwell), 103-114.  Link

[2009] Fixing and Negotiating Identities in the Field: The Case of Lebanese Shi‘ites. In: Martha K. Huggins and Marie-Louise Glebbeek (eds.) Women Fielding Danger: Negotiating Ethnographic Identities in Field Research. (Boulder, New York and Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield), 31-46.

Lexikonartikel

[Forthcoming] Musa Sadr. In: Ehsan Yarshater (edt.) Encyclopedia Iranica.

[2008] Velayat-e faqih (“Rule of the jurisprudent”). In: Kamrava Mehran and Manochehr Dorraj (eds.) Iran Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Islamic Republic. (Westport, Connecticut, London: Greenwood Press, 2008)Vol II: 508-512.

Rezensionen

[Forthcoming] Hamid Dabashi. Shiʻism. A Religion of Protest. (Boston: Harvard University Press, 2011).  Marine Corps University Journal.

[2011] Nicolas van Dam. The Struggle for Power in Syria. Politics and Society under Asad and the Ba‘th Party. (London: I.B.Tauris, 2011). Syrian Studies Association Newsletter.

[2011] Max Weiss. In the Shadow of Sectarianism. Law, Shi‘ism, and the Making of Modern Lebanon. (Boston: Harvard University Press, 2010). Social History. 36 (2):248-250.

[2007] Tamara Chalabi. The Shi‘is of Jabal ‘Amil and the New Lebanon. Community and Nation-State, 1918-1943. (New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2006). International Journal of Middle East Studies. 39: 669-670.