Tareq Sydiq

Tareq Sydiq

Occasional Lecturer

Contact information

+49 6421 28-24315 tareq.sydiq@staff 1 Ketzerbach 11
35032 Marburg
F|20 Institutsgebäude (Room: 101 resp. +1/0010)

Organizational unit

Philipps-Universität Marburg Zentrum für Konfliktforschung (ZfK)
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Office HourOffice Hour

    Wednesday 13:00 - 14:00 in Room 1/001 - Ketzerbach 11. Office hours can be scheduled through Ilias or via Email.

    Starting from 30. November 2019 I will only be available via Email or Ilias due to a research stay in Japan.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Research FocusResearch Focus

    authoritarian statehood

    social movement studies

    resistance studies

    regional focus: MENA and Eastern Asia

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen TeachingTeaching

    Winter Term 2019/20: Political legitimacy in the Middle East and the Arab Spring

    Winter Term 2018/19: Study trip Law, Justice and social conflikt: Learning out of the NSU-trial? (with Maria Ketzmerick)

    Winter Term 2018/19: Contemporary Political and Social theories beyond the European canon (with Maria Ketzmerick)

    Summer Term 2018: Protest, Resistance, Collective Action

    Winter Term 2017/18: Political legitimacy in the Middle East and the Arab Spring

    Summer Term 2017: Resistance,  Collective Action and Revolution

    Winter Term 16/17: Political legitimacy in the Middle East and the Arab Spring

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Studies and PositionsStudies and Positions

    December 2019 - July 2020: JSPS Fellowship with the Center for Relational Studies on Global Crises at Chiba University, Japan

    Since 2016: Research fellow at the Center for Conflict Studies. Working on PhD on political participation in authoritarianism. Since 2017 editor of the journal for peace and conflict studies (Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, ZeFKo) of the Center for Conflict Studies

    2014 - 2015: MSc State, Society and Development at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London.

    2010 - 2014: Studied political science and sociology at the LMU Munich and Kansas State University, Manhattan.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen PublicationsPublications

    Papers:

    Sydiq, T. (2020): Vom Protest- Zum Quarantänejahr: Neue Arenen Der Konfliktaushandlung. Zeitschrift Für Friedens- Und Konfliktforschung.

    Bonacker, T., Sydiq, T. (2021): The International and the Construction of Opposition in Iran. In: Ouaissa R., Pannewick F., Strohmaier A. (eds) Re-Configurations. Politik und Gesellschaft des Nahen Ostens. Springer VS, Wiesbaden.

    Soudias, D. & Sydiq, T. (2020): Theorizing the Spatiality of Protest. Special Issue in Contention: The Multidiscplinary Journal of Social Protest.

    Sydiq, T. (2020): Asymmetries of Spatial Contestations. Controlling Protest Spaces and Coalition-Building during the Iranian December 2017 Protests, in: Soudias, D. & Sydiq, T. (2020): Theorizing the Spatiality of Protest. Special Section in Contention: The Multidiscplinary Journal of Social Protest.

    Ciftci, S., Nawaz, M. A., & Sydiq, T. (2015). Globalization, Contact, and Religious Identity: A Cross‐National Analysis of Interreligious Favorability. Social Science Quarterly.

    Conferences and contributed talks:

    Sydiq (2020): contributed talk "Asymmetries of Spatial Contestations: Controlling Protest Spaces and Coalition Building during the Iranian Protests of 2017/18", at the annual conference of the International Studies Association 25.-28. March 2020 in Honolulu (cancelled).

    Sydiq/Ketzmerick (2020): contributed talk "Thinking Modernity from the Non-West – A Strategy to Diversify the Discipline?", at the annual conference of the International Studies Association 25.-28. March 2020 in Honolulu (cancelled).

    Sydiq/Tekath (2020): contributed talk „Generational Identities and Power: Conceptualizing conflicts along age-based dynamics”, at the annual conference of the International Studies Association 25.-28. March 2020 in Honolulu (cancelled).

    Sydiq/Ketzmerick (2019): contributed talk “Harnessing theories of IR beyond the European canon”, at the annual conference of the International Studies Association on 27. - 30. März 2019 in Toronto.

    Sydiq (2018): contributed talk “A generational approach to legitimacy in authoritarian structures” at the annual conference of the International Studies Association on 4. – 7. April 2018 in San Francisco.

    Sydiq (2017): contributed talk „How a ‘normalization’ of post-revolutionary politics in Iran challenges existing conception on Iranian Youth” at the 33. German Oriental Studies Conference on 18 - 22. September 2017 in Jena.

    Sydiq (2017): contributed talk „Riots as spaces of collective identity and action in authoritarian contexts” zur Konferenz “Riots. Violence as politics?” am 19. - 20. Mai in Berlin.

    Sydiq/Bonacker (2017): Compilation of a Panel „theorize radicalization“ at the AFK/EuPRA conference on 16. – 18. march 2017 in Schwerte.

    Lectures and Workshops:

    August 2020: Online-Seminar „Framing als Crossmediale Strategie. Wie Akteur*innen und Technologien Deutungsmuster beeinflussen“ at the summer university of Evangelisches Studienwerks Viligst 10. - 14.8.2020.

    July 2020: Online-Lecture “Protestformen im Wandel: Auswirkungen von Covid-19 auf Aktivismus weltweit“, Weltladen Marburg.

    December 2019: panel contribution „Pursuing Political Interests within Authoritarianism: The Case of Iran”, Junior Researchers Meeting in Chiba, Japan at the Center for Relational Studies on Global Crises.

    November 2019: panel contribution „Oppositional Configurations in Authoritarianism: Urban Planning and Coalition Building in Iran”, Joint Research Workshop with Conflict Analysis Research Center in Canterbury, Kent.

    August 2018 & August 2019: two-week Supplement course „German Politics in a Changing World” during the Hessen International Summer University.

    November 2017: Lecture „Privatization of Rent: Importance on non-state stakeholders in Iran“ at the Autumn School in Teheran, Iran on 28.10.17 – 04.11.17.

    July 2017: Workshop for the Sommercampus of the Start-Stiftung „Wissenschaft machen! Forschungsworkshop für den Nachwuchs“, together with Han Tran (UvA Amsterdam).

    June 2017: Workshop „The influence of historical transnational/translocal areas or structures and their influence on societal conflicts” at a Summer School in Almaty, Kasachstan on 20.06.17 – 30.06.17, together with Stephen Foose (University of Marburg).

    April 2017: Lecture “Wege aus der Gewalt – Perspektiven für Frieden in Syrien“ as part of a lecture series „Herkunftsländer der Flüchtlinge in Deutschland“ at the Ländlichen Heimvolkshochschule e. V. in Mariaspring.

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