Dr. Moshe Terdman

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Room No: 2308

Building: Eshkol Tower

Floor: 23rd

Phone: 972-4-8240758

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Moshe Terdiman is a research fellow at the Ezri Center for Iran & Persian Gulf Studies dealing with environmental issues in the Arab and Muslim world as well as with the links between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa. He is also a research fellow at the Forum for Regional Thinking dealing with environmental issues in the Middle East. Moreover, he is the founder and director of the Think Tank for the Research of Islam and Muslims in Africa dealing with Islam and Muslims in Africa and the Diaspora.

He is an expert on Islam in Africa, environmental issues in the Arab and Muslim world, environmental security, Islam and the environment, interfaith environmental cooperation, environmental refugees. He has written a lot about these issues and he used to teach courses on environmental policy in the Middle East, Islam and the environment and interfaith environmental cooperation in the Department Of Geography and Environmental Development and in the Conflict Management & Resolution Program at the Ben Gurion University and in the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies in Kibbutz Keturah.  

 

Education

2007 – PhD from the Department of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa

Dissertation subject: The Mamluk Maritime Policy in the Eastern Mediterranean and in the Red Sea

2001 – MA from the Department of Islam and Middle Eastern Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Thsis subject: Changes in the Hashemite Narrativ of the Great Arab Revolt

1999 – BA from the Department of Islam and Middle Eastern Studies and Department of General History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Publications

Terdman, Moshe. Somalia at War – Between Radical Islam and Tribal Politics, Research Paper No. 2, Tel Aviv: The S. Daniel Abraham Center for International and Regional Studies, Tel Aviv University, March 2008.

Terdiman, Moshe, “Environmental Activism and Protest Movements in North Africa”, in Achim Maas, Balázs Bodό, Clementine Burnley, Irina Comardicea and Roger Roffey (eds.), Global Environmental Change: New Drivers for Resistance, Crime and Terrorism?, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2013, pp. 93-107.

Terdman, Moshe, "The Ball Is Not Always Round: Deliberations over Global Football among Radical Muslim 'Fundamentalists'", in Ulrika Mårtensson, Jennifer Bailey, Priscilla Ringrose and Asbjørn Dyrendal (eds.), Fundamentalism in the Modern World Volume 2: Fundamentalism and Communication: Culture, Media and the Public Sphere, London: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd., 2011, pp. 313-328.

Terdman, Moshe, "Somalia", in Barry Rubin (ed.), Guide to Islamist Movements: Volume 1, New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 2010, pp. 21-36.

Terdman, Moshe, "Caribbean Basin", in Barry Rubin (ed.), Guide to Islamist Movements: Volume 2, New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 2010, pp. 567-576.   

Terdiman, Moshe, "Jews of Algiers", in David Cesarani, Tony Kushner and Milton Shain (eds.), Place and Displacement in Jewish History and Memory, London: Vallentine Mitchell, 2009, pp. 99-113.

Terdman, Moshe, "The Issue of the 'Refugees' from Darfur and Eritrea – A Unique Look from the Interrogator's Chair", in Arnon Soffer (ed.), Refugees or Migrant Workers from African Countries, National Security College and the Reuven Chaikin Chair in Geostrategy University of Haifa, 2009, pp. 48-66 (in Hebrew).

Terdiman, Moshe, "Sécurité Environnementale Changements Climatiques et Conflits: Le Cas du Darfour", Outre-Terre: Revue Française de Géopolitique – Pourquoi On Meurt au Darfour, Number 20 (2008), pp. 141 – 150.

Terdiman, Moshe, "Jews of Algiers", Jewish Culture and History, Vol. 9, No. 2/3 (Autumn/Winter 2008), pp. 114-130.

Paz, Reuven and Moshe Terdman, "Islam's Inroads: The Changing Shape of Religion on the African Continent", The Journal of International Security Affairs, Number 13 (Fall 2007).

Terdman, Moshe, "Percorsi Islamici", Rivista Italiana di Intelligence (Luglio 2007).

 

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