Jasmin Khosravie has been trained in Near and Middle Eastern Studies (including Arabic, Persian, Turkish) and Comparative Religion in Cologne and Bonn. She completed her dissertation on a prominent Iranian women’s rights activist and journalist in 2010. Since then, Jasmin Khosravie works and teaches at Bonn University. Recently, she was the head of a research unit on Middle Eastern travelogues on Europe. Her research focuses on women’s and gender issues in the Islamicate World, identity/alterity and cultural contact as well as on the modern history of Iran and Central Asia.

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Jasmin Khosravie, PhD
Head of Programs & Research
CARPO
Center for Applied Research in Parntership with the Orient
Kaiser-Friedrich-Str. 13
53113 Bonn
Germany

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