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Prof. Dr. Mohammad Gharaibeh


Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Berlin Institute for Islamic Theology

Topics: Intellectual History

Available for supervision of new PhD students

Islamic Studies, Islamic Theology

Areas of research:
Wahhabiyya/Salafiyya, religion and politics in Saudi-Arabia, religion and society of the Mamluk era, hadith studies, arab historiography, interreligious dialogue, Islamic theology, Islam and Muslims in Germany, knowledge production and transfer of premodern Muslim societies

Regional focus:
Egypt, Syria, Saudi-Arabia

Selected Publications:

Mohammad Gharaibeh, Ḥadīt. Eine Einführung in die Geschichte und Textsorten. (Studienreihe Islamische Theologie, Band 5), Freiburg i. Br. 2016.

Mohammad Gharaibeh, “Narrative Strategies in Biographical Dictionaries. The ad-Durar al-Kāmina of Ibn Ḥaǧar al-ʿAsqalānī – A Case Study.” In: Conermann, Stephan (ed.). Mamluk Historiography Revisited: narratological perspectives. Göttingen 2018, 51–75.

Mohammad Gharaibeh, “Brokerage and Interpersonal Relationships in Scholarly Networks. Ibn Ḥaǧar al-ʿAsqalānī and His Early Academic Career”, in: Everything is on the Move: The „Mamluk Empire“ as a Node in (Trans-)Regional Network, hrsg. Stephan Conermann, Göttingen: V&R unipress 2014, S. 223-266.