dessin zouhair ghazzal

loyola university chicago, history department
1032 west sheridan road, chicago, il 60660
+1 (773) 508–2221


photography
la syrie au présent
aleppo/halab
weblog/retreat
academia.edu

zghazzal@yahoo.com

vitae

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séminaires

iraq: aberration of a nation-state
middle east on film
history and the social sciences
turkey
history of legal systems
history of american law
crime and punishment
arab revolts
iran & egypt
europa
early islamic states and societies
modern middle east
kinship in the middle east
arab-israeli conflict
iran
asia on film
methodologies
genealogies

sinthome(s)

political economy of damascus in the nineteenth century (in french, 1993).

the grammars of adjudication: the economics of judicial decision making in fin-de-siècle ottoman beirut and damascus (ifpo beirut, 2007). [contents]

crime of writing: shared meanings and criminal narratives in baathist syria (presses de l'ifpo, beirut, 2015).

topographies of cities: a photographic portfolio (in preparation).


crime of writing

bloc-notes

the grammars of adjudication

aleppo university 2003–05

this is not a war

egyptian tanzimat majlis

jacques derrida

aleppo's slums

islamic law & economy

reality in italian (and iranian) neorealism

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topoi

syrian wars

expropriation

truth & crime

microstoria

secularism

dire vrai

avowals

anger

ulema

arab-turkish relations

iliya hariq

writing crime

death penalty

aleppo's egyptian majlis

droit syrien

le meurtre

writing qadis

l'écriture des juges

sharia

être ensemble

foucault

land & crime

bailouts

lonely tribes

the nervous system

the new spirit of capitalism

the unbearable lightness of the bi-national state

american nomos

hans georg gadamer

viaggio in italia: napoli

letter to the chair

pierre bourdieu

interpretations at war

the anthropology of war

islamic histories

the grammar of civilizations

the power of the image

loft story

academe

the double identity of labor

road to damascus

dismal economics

hors-champ

istanbul

homeless

femmes

cimetières

lumières

point mort

chambres

engrenages

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