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Reza Arjmand

Universitetslektor
Institutionen för didaktik och lärares praktik Fakulteten för samhällsvetenskap
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Kapitel i bok, del av antologi (Övrigt veten­skapligt)


(2017). Arjmand, R. Islam and Education in the Modern Era: Social, Cultural, Political and Economic Changes and the Responses from Islamic Education. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_12-1).

(2017). Arjmand, R. Ijāzah: Methods of Authorization and Assessment in Islamic Education. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_55-1).

(2017). Arjmand, R. Islamic Education in Egypt. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_35-1).

(2017). Arjmand, R. Islamic Education in Iran. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_40-2).

(2017). Arjmand, R. Islamic Education: Historical Perspective, Origin and Foundation. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_3-1).

(2017). Arjmand, R. Migration, Diaspora, Muslim Transnational communities and Education, In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_20-1).

(2017). Arjmand, R. Waqf and Financing Islamic Education. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0).

(2017). Arjmand, R., Mirsafa, M. and Talebi, Z. Islamic Educational Spaces: Architecture of Madrasah and Muslim Educational Institutions. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_54-1).

(2017). Mandry, A. and Arjmand, R., Islam and Democracy in Muslim Educational Settings. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_15-1).

(2017). Daun, H. and Arjmand, R. Islam, Globalizations, and Education. In Daun, Holger and Reza Arjmand (Eds.). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_23-1).

(2015). Daun, H. and Arjmand, R. Globalisation and Islamic Education. In In Zaida. J. (Ed.). Second International Handbook on Globalisation, Education and Policy Research. Dordrecht: Springer. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0_23-1).

(2013). Daun, H. and Arjmand, R. Muslims and Demands for Competitive and Moral Education. In Islam in the West: Critical Concepts in Islamic Studies. Edited by David Westerlund and Ingvar Svanberg. London: Routledge. (ISBN: 978-0415548120).

(2011). Arjmand, R. Religion and education in Iran, in Tahir Abbas (Ed.), Islam and Education: Major Themes in Education. London: Routledge. (ISBN: 9780415478458).

(2005). Arjmand, R. and Holger Daun. "Education in Europe and Muslim demands for competitive and moral education", Journal of the International Review of Education v51 n5-6 pp. 403-426. DOI 10.1007/S11159-005-0666-x.

(2005). Daun, H. and Arjmand, R). Islamic Education. In Zaida. J. International Handbook on Globalization, Education and Policy Research: Global Pedagogies and Policies. London: Springer Kluwer. (ISBN: 978-1-4020-2960-8).

(2004). Daun, H. and Arjmand, R. Muslims and Education in a Global Context. In Daun H. and Walford G. (eds.) Educational Strategies among Muslims in the Context of Globalization. Some National Case Studies. Leiden: Brill. (ISBN: 9789004136755)

(2004). Arjmand, R. Education and Empowerment of the Religious Elite in Iran. In Daun H. and Walford G. (eds.) Educational Strategies among Muslims in the Context of Globalization. Some National Case Studies. Leiden: Brill. (ISBN: 9789004136755).

(2001). Daun, H. and Arjmand, R. Arab Countries: Oil Boom, Religious Revival and Non-Reform. In Daun H. (ed.) Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy. New York: Garlands. (ISBN: 978-0815339410).

Böker (Övrigt veten­skapligt)

(2017). (Editor in Chief with Holger Daun). Handbook of Islamic Education. Cham: Springer. ISBN: 978-3-319-53620-0. (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53620-0).

(2016). Public Space, Gender and Segregation: Women-Only Parks in Iran. London: Routledge. ISBN: 9781472473370.

(2008). Inscription on Stone: Islam, State and Education in Iran and Turkey. Stockholm: Stockholm University. ISBN: 978-91-7155-728-5.

(2005). Daun, Holger. Arjmand, Reza. Strömqvist, Görel. and Vrethem, Katarina. Utbildningen av svenska rektorer: En lägesbedömning (2004). Stockholm: Institute of International Education, Stockholm University. ISBN: 91-7155-099-2.

(2005). Svensk Mentalitet (ذهنیت سوئدی), Stockholm: Alfabet Maxima. (Translation from Swedish to Persian). ISBN: 978-91-975285-6-6.

Publikationer

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Konferens­bidrag 

(2016). Reclaiming Public Space through Cultural Practices. Presented at the Tenth Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies Centre for Contemporary Middle East Studies. University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark.

(2016). A Stranger in a Strange School: Educational Experiences and Aspirations of Afghan Unaccompanied Children Refugees in Sweden. Presented at 60th Annual Comparative and International Education Society (CIES). Vancouver, Canada.

(2015). "Why would I make things harder for myself?": Sexuality and concealment among Iranian young women. Presented at 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association. Prague, Czech Republic.

(2015). Safe Haven or Forbidden Zone: Women-only parks in Iran. Presented at 2nd International Congress on Architecture and Gender. Lusófona University, Lisbon Portugal.

(2015). Being a Muslim Gay in Sweden. Presented at "Gender, Culture and Migration Conference". University of Gdansk, Poland.

(2014). I'm Gay and I'm Muslim: Arab Gays in Sweden at the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University

(2014). Much more than a Cup of Tea Coffeehouses as Counter-hegemonic Social Spaces: Case Study of Eastern Azerbaijan in Iran. Presented at the "Urban Sociology Conference of European Sociological Association". Portugal, Lisbon.

(2014). Inscribed Bodies: Tattoo among Iranian Youth. Presented at the World Congress for Middle East Studies (WOCMES). Ankara: Turkey.

(2013). Educational Reform in the Contemporary Middle East: A Crossroad of Global and Local. Presented at Middle East Studies Association (MESA) 2013 Annual Meeting. New Orleans, United States.

(2013). Segregation of Women in Public Space in Iran. Presented at 9th Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies. Lund, Sweden.

(2013). Women in Public Space. A Comparative Study of Women in Women-Only Parks and Gender-Mixed Parks in Iran. Boundaries and (B)orders: Theorizing the City through its Confinements and Connections. Presented at conference, "Sociology of Urban and Regional Development". Humboldt University, Berlin. Germany.

(2013). A Space for their Own? Women-Only Parks in Iran, Pakistan and U.A.E. Presented at "European Sociological Association's Biannual Conference (ESA 2013)". Torino, Italy.

(2013). Re-appropriation of Religion in Educational Reform in the Middle East. Presented at Comparative Education World Congress. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

(2013). Higher Education and Human Capital in Kurdistan: What Have Been Outcomes of the Reforms. Presented at the conference "Kurdistan - Between Past and Future". Soran University, Iraq.

(2013). Education Reforms in the Muslim Middle East: A move Towards Democracy? Presented at Conference at "Education in Democratic Societies". Alexandria, Egypt.

(2012). Women Parks: Engendering Urban Spaces and Social Life In Iran. Presented at American Anthropological Association's 113th Annual Meeting. San Francisco 2012.

(2012). "Re-Interpreting Islam and Nationalism in Iran". Presented at Middle East Studies Association (MESA) 2012 Annual Meeting. Denver, United States.

(2009). Education, Hegemony and Religion. Lawrence Cremin Seminar and Lecture Series for Distinguished Scholars. Milbank Chapel, Columbia University. Sponsored by SIPA (School of International and Public Relations, Columbia University) and Teachers College.

(2008). Muslim Parents in the West: Educational Needs and Preferences. A lecture for civic studies' teachers from New York area. Held at SIPA (School of International and Public Relations), Columbia University.

(2008). HIV/AIDS: An Islamic Solution? Public lecture at SIPA (School of International and Public Relations), Columbia University

(2008). A comparative analysis of recent educational reforms in Iran and Turkey. Education CIES Conference, New York, USA

(2008). Religion and Hegemony: Post-Gramscian notion of Hegemony and Muslims. Institute of International Education of Stockholm University, Sweden.

(2007).  Islam, Globalization and Education, CIES Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

(2008).  Recent Reforms in the Muslim Education. CIES (Comparative and International Education Society), New York, USA

(2007). Parental Choices in Turkey and Iran, CIES, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

(2006). The Role of Education in the Islamic Resurgence in Africa: Jama'at Tabliqi in The Gambia. Presented in Islamic Movements in the conference, Islamic Activism: Theoretical & Methodological Approaches in Africa. Organized by the Centre for African Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

(2006). Islam: Monolethic or Mosaic. Swedish Centre for Integration and Democracy (Centrum för integrations och demokratifrågor). Sollentuna, Sweden.

(2006). Localization of global discourse: Educational reforms in Turkey and Iran, CIES, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

(2006). Global or Local: Educational Reform in the Muslim World: Selected Cases. 150 Years of Oriental Studies in St. Petersburg State University. St. Petersburg, Russia.

(2005). School principals as democratic leaders: State of the art in Swedish in-service training for school principles. Institute of International Education of Stockholm University, Sweden.

(2005). A Muslim approach to sociology: Methodology of Ibn-Khaldun in al-Muqaddima, The 37th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Stockholm

(2005). New wave of Islamic Education in Africa: Impact of religious resurgence on North African Education, The First European Conference of Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies (AEGIS) on African Studies, and School of Oriental and African Studies, London

(2005). Winds of Change: Neo-Liberal discourse in Muslim Education, CIES, Stanford University, USA

(2005). Religion and democracy in Iranian Educational Reform. The Conference of Structures of Vulnerability organized by the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA). Stockholm, Sweden.

(2004). Reform of Education or Revision of Ideology? The World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES), Havana, Cuba

(2004). Qualitative data, Quantitative Analysis? International Conference on Logic and Methodology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

(2004). Education and Empowerment of religious elite in Iran, CIES, Salt Lake City, USA.

(2003). Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis. Institute of International Education of Stockholm University, Sweden.

(2003). Religious Foundation of Educational Reforms in Post-revolutionary Iran. CIES, New Orleans, USA

(2002). State, Education and Hegemony: a glance at the Gramscian concept of hegemony in the context of Muslim countries. Institute of International Education of Stockholm University.

(2002). Educational Policies and Educational Opportunities for Muslims in the North. Panel, Institute of International Education of Stockholm University.

(2002). Towards a Global Muslim Community (Umma)? Education as a Means of Global Solidarity in Post-Revolutionary Iran. CIES, Orlando, Florida, USA

(2001). Religion and Nationalism in Some Muslim Curricula: A comparative analysis of Educational systems of Saudi Arabia, Iran and Syria. A lecture for schools principals and teachers of religion and social studies.

(2001). Religious Hegemony over Education: Post-Revolutionary Iran. CIES, Washington, USA

(2000). Gender Roles in Iranian Post-Revolutionary Textbooks. The Conference of Sociobiology of Education, Taiwan