Associated Members

The associate members – usually employed in other German and international universities and research institutions, or in the economy – complement and enhance the expertise of EZIRE. They accompany and enrich the work of EZIRE through guest lectures, as a lecturer, as an internal peer reviewer, or by connecting the EZIRE in their scientific networks.

Research Associate at the Institute for Islamic Cultural and Religious Studies at the
Goethe University Frankfurt/Main
Work focuses: support of the degree programmes Islamic Studies, Culture and Society of Islam in Past and Present, Religious Education
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Lecturer and member of the Islam Outreach Programme (LIOP), Faculty of Humanities at the
University of Leiden, Netherlands
Work focuses: Islam in the Netherlands and in Europe, Imams and Mosques, Religion and Development, Pastoral Care and Populism
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Assistant Professor at the Center for the Study of Contemporary Muslim Societies, Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies
Hamad bin Khalifa University, Doha
Work focuses: Islamic and Religious studies, Islamic Law, Religion and Politics, Quran Studies, Sociology of Religion
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Islamic Scholar
Work focuses: Religion and Culture, Gender Research, Transformation processes in the Maghreb, Ethnographic methods
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Legal Scholar
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Hans-Liermann Institute for Canon Law

Political Scientist
Goethe University Frankfurt/Main (FB04 – Education)
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Legal Scholar
Work focus: IT law, intellectual property rights, civil contract and liability law

Legal Scholar
Work focus: Islamic Family Law

Legal Scholar, Islamic Scholar
Work focus: Legal issues of Islamic normativity
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Islamic Scholar
Georg-August-University Göttingen, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research Braunschweig
Work focuses: Islam in Europe, Recognition and Institutionalisation of Islam, Religious practice of Muslims
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Political Scientist
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Department of Political Science, Project Group “State, Religion and Political Normativity”
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