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Ali Jarkhi

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Ali Jarkhi, M.A.

Department of Oriental and Asian Studies, Bonn University

a.jarkhi[at]gmail.com

 

PhD Project

Title: Economic analysis of the mining production and networks on the Arabian mining centres in the Early Islamic Period. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Bathany Walker   

 

Academic Grades

Since October 2016:

PhD Student in the doctorate programme: Bonn International Graduate Schools-Oriental and Asian Studies (BIGS-OAS), University of Bonn

2012-2015: 

M.A. Degree in Near Eastern Archaeology, Institute for Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. Topic of thesis: “Gold Rush: An archaeological and Historical Analysis of the Arabian Mining Site on the Early Islamic Period”. Supervised by Prof. Kristoffer Damgaard.

2002-2008:

B.A. Degree in Islamic History and Philosophy, Department of History, University of Kuwait.

 

Professional Experience

June 2017: 

Research and archive studies at Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage, Riyadh in regards establish Mercurial Amalgamation Analysis Project.

August 2016: 

Excavator at al-Ablah mining site project, located at Bisha, southern Arabia provinces by Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage.

July-August 2014:

Survey and observation the neutral landscape of the Early Islamic archaeological in Kuwait.

March-June 2014: 

Research Assistant at the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters, Department of Museums and Antiquities, Kuwait National Museum.

January-February 2014: 

Archaeological Surveyor at the Aylah, Archaeological Project-Coastal Connectivity Survey Component by University of Copenhagen.

2010 - 2012: 

Administrator Assistant at the Kuwait Ministry of Education.

2008- 2010: 

Teaching assistant in Islamic History curses at the Kuwait Ministry of Education.

 

Given Presentation and Lectures

  • Seminar for Arabian Studies: 'Mercurial Amalgamation: Innovation Extracting in Late Antique Arabia', 04 August 2017, British Museum.
  • Red Sea Conference 8: Coveted Treasure: 'Early Islamic Gold mining: New Insights on the Arabian Mining Techniques', 06 July 2017. Warsaw University. 
  • Copenhagen Near Eastern Studies: ‘Gold Mining Techniques and Communities in the Early Islamic Arabia: Archaeological and Historical perspectives’, 27 April 2017. Copenhagen.
  • FKK Project Between Land and Sea: Connectivity and Mercantilism in Coastal Landscapes: ‘Production and mining networks in Early Islamic Arabia: considerations for future research’, 26 October 2016. Copenhagen.

 

Attended Professional Workshops and Courses

  • The First Saudi Archaeology Convention. 7-9 November. Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage. Riyadh.
  • A Marginalised Sea: Indigenous Cultures and Trade Systems in the Red Sea. 3-5 October 2017. Danish Academy in Rome. Italy.
  • Bonn International Graduate School - Oriental and Asian Studies' Workshop: 'Transdisciplinary Scholarship; How to Do Meaningful Research and Write it well'. 16 - 17 Jun 2017.
  • The Research Training Group 1878: Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economics; 'GIS workshop and Economics Archaeology: Inter- and intra-site Approaches'. 19 - 20 May 2017. Bonn University. 
  • Promotion Plus Bonn International Graduate School’ Workshops: ‘Preparing Conference Posters’. 5 April 2017. Bonn.
  • Promotion Plus Bonn International Graduate School’ Workshops: ‘Publishing Research Articles’. 6 April 2017, Bonn.
  • Annemarie-Schimmel-Kolleg’ Spring School Courses: Material Culture and Methods in Mamluk Studies., 27-31 March 2017. Bonn.
  • International Research Seminar: Arabian Infrastructures; new perspectives on the socio-economic dynamics of a neglected region. 26-27 October 2016. Copenhagen.
  • International Research Seminar: Ports, Piracy and Profit; ways and means in historical maritime trade. 10-11 December 2015. Copenhagen

 

Language Skills:

Arabic (Native)

English (fluent)

Persian (advanced)

Danish (intermediate) 

 

 

 

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