Current Fellows

Current Fellows

The Fellows of the Forum’s programs are affiliated with universities and research institutions in Berlin and elsewhere in Germany. They come from a wide range of regional and disciplinary backgrounds. Most commonly, they spend one academic year collaborating with researchers in and outside of Berlin on individual projects and joint initiatives. You will find corresponding calls for fellowships on the program pages or under “Calls for applications” in due course.

EUME
2022/ 2023

Diana Abbani

Private and Public Sites of Modernity: Music Technology and Production in the Levant (1900-1948)

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Refqa Abu-Remaileh

PalREAD – Country of Words: Reading and Reception of Palestinian Literature from 1948 to the Present

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Hashem Abushama

Articulations: Settler Colonialism, Dispossession and Arts

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Samer Al-Saber

Permission To Perform

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Yvonne Albers

Chronotopias: Revolution and the Cultural Magazine in the Arab Long Sixties

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Burcu Alkan

From Pseudo-Medicine to Freudo-Marxism: The Impact of Psychoanalysis on the Twentieth Century Turkish Novel

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Toygun Altıntaş

Integration and Minoritization: Governing Hierarchies in the Late Ottoman Empire

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Tamana Ayazi

Memories of Life in Afghanistan

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Eylaf Bader Eddin

Musical Remains and Songs in Syrian Prisons and Exile

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Matteo Bonelli

The EU as a Union of Values: Reactive and Proactive Strategies

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Denys Brylov

Monitoring the Dynamics of Migration Practices in Religious Communities During the War in Ukraine

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Önder Çelik

Things Without Owners: Legal Fictions, Buried Treasures, and the Memory of the Armenian Genocide

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Alexandra Chreiteh (Shraytekh)

Other Realisms: A Theory of the Arabic Fantastic

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Eman Elnemr

Discourse of Public Morals in Egypt 1880-1945: Modernization, Social Rebellion, and Licentiousness (khala‘a)

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Samer Frangie

Politics of the Aftermath: Tradition, Memory and Temporality in the Lebanese Left, 1969-1987

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Dániel G. Szabó

Bureaucrats under Illiberal Rule

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Oliver Garner

A Bridge between Brexit and the Rule of Law Crisis?

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Gennaro Gervasio

Subaltern Activism and the ‘Arab Uprisings’ in Egypt and Iraq

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Razan Ghazzawi

From Carceral Geographies to Racialized Borders: A Queer Feminist Ethnography

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Kaoutar Ghilani

Failing the Nation? The Rise and Fall of Arabisation in the Maghreb

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Barbara Grabowska-Moroz

Pegasus in Times of the Rule of Law Crisis - Surveillance and Illiberalism in Central and Eastern Europe

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Ivo Gruev

Anti-liberal Constitutionalism on the Rise: Contesting Gender before Eastern European Constitutional Courts

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Olha Haidamachuk

The Tonality of the Archives of Ukrainian Migrants’ Memory

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Fouad Halbouni

Exercises in Survival: The Moral Lives of Coptic Activists in Post-Revolutionary Egypt

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Olha Holovina

War in Ukraine Through the Prism of Art

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Mykola Homanyuk

War and Ethnic Minorities in Ukraine

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Çiçek İlengiz

Inheriting Anatolia: Representation, Knowledge Production and Imagination

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Nurçin İleri

The Electrification of Istanbul: Technology, Politics, and Everyday Life

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Vadym Ilin

Military Destruction of the Late Soviet Urban Space and Soviet Man’s Identity in Ukraine

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Aleksandra Jolkina

Beyond the ‘Hybrid Threat’ Paradigm: EU-Belarus Border Crisis and the Erosion of Asylum-Seeker Rights in a Comparative Perspective

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Tetiana Kalenychenko

Monitoring the Dynamics of Migration Practices in Religious Communities During the War in Ukraine

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Banu Karaca

Beyond Restitution: Heritage, (Dis)Possession and the Politics of Knowledge (BEYONDREST)

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Jeffrey G. Karam

Revolution and the Boundaries of Political Change: The Lebanon Uprising of 2019 and the International Politics of Counter-Revolution

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Viktoria Kraetzig

Copyright as a rule of law challenge

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Maciej Krogel

Legal Scholars as Constitutional Agents Designing the Protection of the Rule of Law and Democracy

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Zahiye Kundos

The Loss of the Muftī: Reimagining the Afterlife of Muḥammad ‘Abduh’s Islamic Modernism in Arabic Literature

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Lidia Kuzemska

Between Hostages and New Citizens: What is the Role of Displaced Ukrainian Citizens in Russia?

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Olha Labur

‘The Other War’ or Prospects of Survival: The Stories of Women Refugees with Cancer in the Russo-Ukrainian War

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Anne-Marie McManus

The Prison Narratives of Assad’s Syria: Voices, Texts, Publics (SYRASP)

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Marijana Mitrović

Sustainability of Return and (Re)Integration for Roma Returnees under Readmission Agreements in Serbia: Transnational and Gender Aspects

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Alia Mossallam

Tracing Emancipation under Rubbles of War: Popular Histories of North African Laborers from the Fronts of World War I to Revolution

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Alina Mozolevska

Borders, Maps and Identities: Narrating and Living in the Russo-Ukraine War

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Nil Mutluer

In-between Diversity and Polarization: The Politics of Gender, Ethnicity and Religion in post 1980 Turkey

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Rim Naguib

Policing Internationalism and Setting the Nation’s Boundary: Deportation, Nationality and Foreigners’ Residence in Egypt, 1919-1967

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Raphael Oidtmann

Fighting Impunity Through Intermediaries – The European Union, International Criminal Justice, and the Rule of Law in Times of War

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

İnan Özdemir Taştan

From Emotions to Political Demands: Women’s Movement, Mourning, and Struggle Against Gendered Necropolitics in Turkey

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Polly Ruth Polak

The Lesser of Two Evils: An Unlawful Withdrawal Notification under the EU’s Article 2 Values

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Zainab Qadiri

The Genocide of the Hazara

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Taisiia Ratushna

The Role of Social Networks in the Process of Forced Migration: Through the Prism of Life Stories of Ukrainian Migrants Between Ukraine and Germany

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin

16th Century Safed, Zionism and Palestine

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Satyajit Sarna

The Genesis of the Proposed EU Directive on SLAPPs

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Arbia Selmi

The Struggle of the Women’s Movement in Egypt for a Personal Status Law based on Equality, Justice, and Freedom

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Viktoriya Sereda

Prisma Ukraïna: War, Migration and Memory

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Saphe Shamoun

Future Alternatives: Syrians in Exile and the Call for Dignity

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Fatemeh Shams

Portraits of Exile in Persian Literary Tradition

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Denys Shatalov

‘That War’ and ‘This War’: The Entanglement and Interaction of the Imagination, Commemoration and Memory of World War II and the Ongoing War in Ukraine

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Lana Sirri

Muslim Women on the Front Lines of Social and Political Change: A Case Study of the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Yuliia Soroka

Giving a Voice to People under Occupation: Media Representations of War in Ukraine

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Silvia Steininger

Let’s Talk About the Rule of Law: Court Communication in the European Rule of Law Crisis

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Sana Tannoury-Karam

“Part of a Whole”: Anti-Fascists, Internationalists, and Suffragettes in the Levant, 1920-1950

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Oraib Toukan

Decruelling Images: The Micro Visual Field of Violence

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Hanan Toukan

Museums of the Future: Landscapes, Objects and Memories

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Filiz Tütüncü Çağlar

The Unknown History of Ottoman Archaeology: An Entangled Legacy

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Sedat Ulugana

Between Sheikhs and Missionaries: Kurdish-Armenian Relations during the Ottoman Centralization

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Teresa Violante

Managing conflicts of authority between national constitutional courts and the European Court of Justice: a weak judicial review proposal

Bio & Project

Prisma Ukraïna
2022/ 2023

Natalia Zaitseva-Chipak

Ukrainians Displaced: The Fluidity of Roles

Bio & Project

re:constitution
2022/ 2023

Edit Zgut-Przybylska

Informal Exercise of Power in Hybrid Authoritarian Regimes: Undermining Democracy beneath the Radar of the EU

Bio & Project

EUME
2022/ 2023

Himmat Zoubi

“The Right to the City”: Culture Spaces and Palestinian Urbanity in Israel

Bio & Project

Please find all fellows of one academic year in our brochure »Program and Fellows« that you can download here.