22 Oct 2021
Discharge Decrease in the Tunisian Merguellil Basin
Ronny Berndtsson has coauthored the article "Is Climate or Direct Human Influence Responsible for Discharge Decrease in the Tunisian Merguellil Basin?
21 Oct 2021
Culture, Space and Boundary Negotiation in Turkish-Islamic Memory Politics
Torsten Janson (CMES) has co-authored the article "Sacred (re)Collections: Culture, Space and Boundary Negotiation in Turkish-Islamic Memory Politics"
6 Oct 2021
Trendspotting in the Middle East
As part of the Future Week at Lund University, CMES organises a panel with five Middle East scholars who will discuss future trends in the region on topics ranging from climate cha...
6 Oct 2021
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5 Oct 2021
Authoritarian Neoliberalism and Resistance in Turkey
CMES researcher Pınar Dinç has co-edited "Authoritarian Neoliberalism and Resistance in Turkey: Construction, Consolidation, and Contestation".
1 Oct 2021
Perceptions of success among working-class children of immigrants
CMES researcher Dalia Abdelhday has co-authored the article "Perceptions of success among working-class children of immigrants in three cities".
27 Sep 2021
Queer and Trans Feminisms in the Contemporary Arabic-Speaking World
CMES researcher Joel Abdelmoez has authored a chapter on queer and trans feminisms in the contemporary Arabic-speaking world.
24 Sep 2021
Cairene Ex-Prisoners after the 25 January Revolution
CMES researcher Maria Malmström has authored an article recently published in the Cambridge Journal of Anthropology.
20 Sep 2021
Sound, trauma and politics in the Middle East
CMES researchers Maria Malmström and Mark Levine facilitated a workshop on sound, trauma and politics in the Middle East.
17 Sep 2021
Israeli Pre-Transitional Justice and the Nakba Law
Lisa Strömbom has co-authored the article ”Israeli Pre-Transitional Justice and the Nakba-Law”, recently published in Israel Law Review.
16 Sep 2021
Groundwater storage loss in Iran
Ronny Berndtsson has co-authored the article "Novel approach for predicting groundwater storage loss using machine learning".
15 Sep 2021
Climate vs. human impact in Iran
Together with Hamideh Kazemi (Curtin University), Fatemeh Fadia Maghsood (Tarbiat Modares University), Ranjan Sarukkalige (Curtin University) and Sadegh Jamali (Lund University), H...
14 Sep 2021
Soil water content and root water uptake in Egypt
Together with Mohamed Galal Eltarabily (Port Said University), Nasr M. Abdou (Fayoum University), Mustafa El-Rawy (Minia University) and Tarek Selim (Port Said University), CMES de...
10 Sep 2021
Desertification in Iran
Together with Sayed Fakhreddin Afzali (Shiraz University), Ali Khanamani (Yazd University) and Ehsan Kamali Maskooni (Islamic Azad University), CMES deputy director Ronny Berndtsso...
9 Sep 2021
Surface deformation in an aquifer system
Hossein Hashemi has co-authored the article "Apportioning deformation among depth intervals in an aquifer system using InSAR and head data".
8 Sep 2021
Agonistic recognition in Turkey and Israel-Palestine
Lisa Strömbom has coauthored with Bahar Rumelili the article "Agonistic recognition as a remedy for identity backlash: Lessons from Israel and Turkey" which is now available online...
6 Sep 2021
Masculinities and infrastructural violence in Cairo
New article by Maria Frederika Malmström published on masculinities and sonic infrastructural violence in Cairo.
26 Aug 2021
New MECW project on AI and dust-storm control in the Middle East
The Middle East, which is experiencing severe environmental challenges such as dust-storms, is most vulnerable to climate and human-induced environmental changes. The goals of this...
26 Aug 2021
New publications on water security and integrated water management
Ronny Berndtsson has co-authored two chapters on water security and comprehensive integrated water management.
26 Aug 2021
Anti-Black Racism in Yemen: Manifestations and Responses
Anti-Black Racism is still very present in Yemen, with a discriminatory caste system that is based on skin colour. Nevertheless, there are initiatives and solutions being put forwa...