Morten Valbjørn: Courses taught

 


2019

Fall
  • Global Politics (MA program in International Studies, Aarhus University)
  • The Transformation of the Islamist scene in a new Middle East (MA-seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University) 
  • Sectarian Politics in a New Middle East - analytical perspectives on the Shiite/Sunni debate before and after the Arab Revolts (summer course/MA-seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)

2019

Spring
 
  • Introduction to International Relations (Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)

2018


Spring

  • Introduction to International Relations (Department of Political Science, Aarhus University).
  • Sectarian Politics in a New Middle East - analytical perspectives on the Shiite/Sunni debate before and after the Arab Revolts (MA-seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)

2017


Spring
  • Introduction to International Relations (Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)

 2016

Autumn
  • Political Change: State, Rule and Society (BA-Thesis, Department of Political Science & Government, Aarhus University)

Spring

 

  • Identity Politics in the study of Middle East international relations (BA-thesis seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)
  • Introduction to International Relations (Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)

2015

 Autumn

 
  • Sectarian Politics in a New Middle East - perspectives on the Shiite/Sunni debate before and after the Arab Revolts (MA-seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)
  • Political Change: State, Rule and Society (BA-Thesis, Department of Political Science & Government, Aarhus University)
 

 Spring

 
  • International Relations in an (un)exceptional Middle East - between culture blind and culture blinded approaches (BA-thesis-seminar, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)
 

 2014

 Autumn

 
  •  Middle East Islamisms - before, during and after the Arab Revolts (MA-seminar, Department of Political Science & Government, Aarhus University)
  • Political Change: State, Rule and Society (BA-thesis seminar, Department of Political Science & Government, Aarhus University)
 

 Spring

  

 2013

 

 Autumn

  

 Spring

  

 2012

 Autumn

  

 Spring

 
  • The Arab Revolts and the transformation of the Islamist Scene (Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)
  • Introduction to International Relations (Department of Political Science, Aarhus University)
 

2011

 Autumn

 
  • Political Islamism in a new Middle East (Department of Political Science & Government, University of Aarhus)
  • Middle Eastern Jihadism(s) - militant Islamism ten years after 9/11 (Department of Political Science & Government, University of Aarhus)
 

Spring

 
  • Islamism(s) in a(nother) new Middle East (Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus)
  • Introduction to International Relations (Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus)
 

2010

Spring

  

2009

Spring   

2008

Autumn   
Spring  
  • "Islam in modern political history" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
  • "Political Theory, World Order and Civilization" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
  • “Politics and International Politics in the Middle East” (Middle East Studies, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
 

2007

Autumn  
  • 'Introduction to History and Society in the Middle East', (Middle East Studies, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Autumn)
  • "Reform & Politics in the Islamic Tradition" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Autumn)
  • "Introduction to Islam" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, autumn)
  • Spring
  • "Theories on Islam and the West" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
  • "World Order and Civilization" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
  • “Politics and International Politics in the Middle East” (Middle East Studies, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
 

2006

 
  • "Reform & Politics in the Islamic Tradition" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
  • "Introduction to Islam" (Islam & Politics, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
  • “Middle East History and Politics” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
  • "Theoretical Approaches to the study of the Middle East” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
 

2004

 
  • “The ‘cultural turn’ within International Relations - the case of Middle Eastern international relations”, Dept. of Political Science, Aarhus BSS, Denmark, Spring
 

2003

 
  • “Politics in an (Un)exceptional Middle East” (Dept. of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark, Autumn)
 

2002

 
  • "Theoretical Approaches to the study of the Middle East” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, SpringAutumn)
  • “Middle East History and Politics” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, SpringAutumn)
  • “Middle East: Politics and International Politics” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
  • “On the study of the Middle East” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring)
 

2001

 
  • Middle East International Relations – cultural unique or like everywhere else?” (Dept. of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark, Autumn)
  • “The Palestine Conflict and its regional dimensions” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Autumn)
  • “Arab Society and Politics” (Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, SpringAutumn)
  • “IranianForeignPolicy”(Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring
 

2000

 
  • “Theoretical Approaches to the study of the Middle East”(Center for Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Spring Autumn)