Dr. Zeina Barakat

Kontakt

E-Mail
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Publikationen

I. Books

  • Zeina M. Barakat. From Heart of Stone to Heart of Flesh: Evolutionary Journey from Extremism to Moderation. Munich: Herbert Utz Verlag GmbH, 2017.

Book Reviews by

II. Articles in Journals and Chapters in Books

  • Book Review, Voices of Moderate Islam: What It Means to Be a Muslim Today, in Religion & Theology, (Wiley) Volume 27:2 (2020)
  • Book Review, Stereotyping Religion: Critiquing Cliché, in Religion & Theology, (Wiley), Volume 27:2 (2020)
  • Preface, in Turner, A.-Tacchini, D., "Islam and Democracy, Voices of Muslims amongst Us", Milan-London, Mimesis International, (2019), Pp.7-9.
  • Book Review, The Forgiveness Project: Stories for a vengeful age , in Religion & Theology (Wiley), Volune 26:4 (2019), pp.593-598.
  • Book review, Happiness, in Religion & Theology, Volume 26:4 (2019), pp. 572-577.
  • Book Review, War, Peace and Reconciliation: A Theological Enquiry, in Religion & Theology (Wiley), Volume 26:3 (2019), pp. 519-524.
  • Zeina Barakat and Mohammed Dajani. "Israel and Palestine: Occupation Not Apartheid", in Social Justice and Israel/ Palestine: Foundational and Contemporary Debates", edited by Aaron J. Hahn and Mira Sucharov. Publisher: University of Toronto PR, 2019, pp. 188-200.
  • Book Review, The Making of a Salafi Muslim Woman: Paths to Conversion in Religion & Theology (Wiley), Volume 26:2 (2019), pp.257- 259.
  • Book Review, Trajectories of Justice: What the Bible Says about Slaves, Women, and Homosexuality in Religion & Theology (Wiley), 26:1 (2019), pp.74-76.
  • Zeina M. Barakat. "Reconciliation in Midst of Strive", in Reconciliation in Global Context: Why It Is Needed and How It Works, edited by Björn Krondorfer. New York: Sunny Press, 2018. Pp. 129-150.
  • Book Review, Religion and Extremism: Rejecting Diversity, Reviews in Religion & Theology (Wiley), 25:3 (2018), pp. 543-546.
  • Zeina M. Barakat and Prof. Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi. "UNE pHILOSOPHIE À L’ÉPREUVE DE PAIX-PENSER LE CONFLIT ISRAÉLO-PALESTINIEN," L’ETHIQUE dE lA rECONCILIATION: Éditeurs: Lucy Nusseibeh; Aline Alterman; Henri Cohen-Solal: eDITIONS MIMESIS, 2016. pp.61-75.
  • Zeina Barakat, co-editor with others.  Teaching the Holocaust in Palestine: Reconciliation in Midst of Conflict. Jerusalem & Jena: Wasatia Publishing, 2016.
  • Zeina Barakat, "Outsiders Among their Own: Silencing Voices of Moderation in Palestine", in Teaching the Holocaust in Palestine: Reconciliation in Midst of Conflict. Compiled and edited by Prof. Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi, Prof. Munther Dajani Daoudi, Prof. Martin Leiner, and Dr. Zeina Barakat. Jerusalem & Jena: Wasatia Publishing, 2016. Pp. 113-116.
  • Zeina M. Barakat, "A Palestinian Student Defends Her Visit to Auschwitz", The Atlantic, April 28, 2014. Link to the article: http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/04/a-palestinian-student-defends-her-visit-to-auschwitz/361311/
  • Zeina Barakat and Mohammed Dajani, "Israeli/Palestinian Narratives: Challenges and Opportunities", in Ertablierte und Aussenseiter zugleich: Selbst und Fremdbilder in den paelestinensischen Communities im Westjordanland und Israel, edited by Gabriela Rosenthal. Campus Verlag: Frankfurt am Main, 2015. pp. 295-312.
  • Zeina Barakat and Mohammed Dajani, "Israelis and Palestinians: Contested Narratives", in Israeli Studies, Volume 18, Number 2 (Summer 2013), (pp.53-69).
  • Zeina M. Barakat and Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi. "The Globalization of America and the Poverty of Arab Knowledge," in Connections and Ruptures: America and the Middle East. Editor: Robert Myers. Beirut: American University of Beirut, 2011. Pp. 447 - 460.
  • Zeina Barakat, "Religious Narratives on Jerusalem and their role in Peace Building," in Jerusalem From the Lens of Wasatia, edited by Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi. (Jerusalem: Wasatia Publishing, 2010), pp. 9-23. 
  • Zeina Barakat, co-editor with others. Readings in American Democratic Culture. Jerusalem: Al-Quds University, 2010. p.240.
  • Co-Editor, Zeina Barakat and others (editors). Readings in American Democratic Culture. Jerusalem: Al-Quds University Publishing Press, 2010. 
  • Zeina Barakat, "Diverging Narratives as part of the Conflict: Converging Narratives as Part of the Solution," in Religious Narratives on Jerusalem and their Role in Peace Building (Jerusalem: Conrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2009), pp. 29-39.
  • Zeina Barakat, "Islam in Our Times," in Crosscurrent. (Summer 2008), pp. 220-223. 

III. Internet Online Articles

Books In Arabic:         

  • Zeina Barakat, al-Taharush al-Jinsi [Sexual Harassment]. Jerusalem: American Studies Center, al-Quds University, 2012.
  • Zeina Barakat, co-author with Mohammed Dajani and Martin Rau. HOLOCAUST: HUMAN AGONY: IS THERE A WAY OUT OF VIOLENCE, Jerusalem: Wasatia Publishing, 2012.

Forthcoming:

  • Zeina Barakat in "Encountering the Suffering of the Other". Transdisciplinary Studies from the Project Hearts of Flesh – Not Stone", Forthcoming.
  • Zeina Barakat and Ralf Wüstenberg in ‘The urge for an "empathetic dialogue:An exploration of the political and religious dimension of empathy",  in RECONCILIATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTHERN AFRICA to be published in the series RIPAR Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2020.
  •  Zeina Barakat and others (editors). RECONCILIATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTHERN AFRICA to be published in the series RIPAR Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2020.
  • Zeina Barakat and others, "Discourses of Conflict and Conflict Resolution." Vol. 2 to be published.
  • Book Review, The Missing Martyrs: Why Are There is Few Muslim Terrorists, in Religion & Theology, (Wiley).
  • Zeina Barakat, Women Rights in the Quran (with Flensburg University Press), Germany.

Vita

Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

2019-2022

Research Associate, at Von Huegel Institute, University of Cambridge

2013-2016

Dr. phil. (Ph.D.), Applied Ethics, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

2006

Master of Arts, Regional Studies Institute, Al-Quds University (Major: American Studies)

2005

Bachelor of Arts, Bethlehem University