Lorenzo Kamel is Associate Professor of History at the University of Turin and series editor of IAI Research Studies, Quaderni IAI and Global Politics and Security (published by Peter Lang). He is the scientific director of New-Med and was IAI scientific coordinator of the Horizon2020 MENARA project. He holds a two-years M.A. in Israel Studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Ph.D. in History from the University of Bologna, and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) for two years, and a Marie Curie Experienced Researcher at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. He held lessons and courses in many universities – including the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, the University of Bologna, and Harvard University – and lived many years in several countries in the Middle East, spending also extensive periods as a Visiting Fellow in Palestine (Birzeit University), Egypt ('Ain Shams University), Israel (Hebrew University), Turkey (Bilkent University).
He published ten books (5 authored) on Middle Eastern and Mediterranean affairs – including The Middle East from Empire to Sealed Identities (Edinburgh UP 2019), Imperial Perceptions of Palestine: British Influence and Power in Late Ottoman Times (I.B. Tauris 2015) and Arab Spring and Peripheries. A Decentring Research Agenda (Routledge 2016) – and was awarded with the 2010 “International Giuseppe Sciacca award”, the Fritz Thyssen Grant, and the 2016 “Palestine Academic Book Award”.
His publications include also over 30 articles on academic journals (such as: British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Mediterranean Politics, Peace and Change, Eurasian Studies, New Middle Eastern Studies, Passato e Presente, Oriente Moderno, The International Spectator, Storicamente), and about 200 articles on Al Jazeera, Ha’aretz, Al-Monitor, The National Interest, Project Syndicate and other media outlets in 10 languages, in over 30 countries. He regularly serves as a peer reviewer for the European Research Council (ERC Consolidator Grants), Routledge (History books), International Affairs (Chatham House), Eurias, and other institutions and publishing houses.
He speaks Italian, English, Hebrew, Arabic, has a working knowledge of French, Ottoman Turkish, and Latin. He is 38 years old and the proud father of Niccolò and Valerie.
- 17/09/2018 - press Equaltimes - Kamel: The EU's role in tackle Gambia's migrant problem
- 23/08/2018 - press The Peninsula - Kamel: Torpedoing Africa, and then complaining about ‘migration’
- 22/08/2018 - press Piqd - Kamel: The Roots Of The So Called Migration Crisis Lie In Europe, Especially In The Case of Africa
- 21/08/2018 - press Benin web tv - Kamel: Torpiller l’Afrique, puis se plaindre de «migration»
- 27/04/2018 - press Middle East Monitor - Kamel: Syria: The war and ‘us’
- 20/02/2018 - press The Peninsula - Kamel: Stop abuse of Africa’s resources to end migration
- 15/02/2018 - press Al Jazeera - Kamel: Trump and Jerusalem, a legal and historical appraisal
- 15/02/2018 - press Al Jazeera - Kamel: To stop migration, stop the abuse of Africa's resources
- 05/02/2018 - press Aspenia Online - Kamel: The dangers of homogenous entities: the Kurdish case
- 23/12/2017 - press Berkeley Political Review - Kamel: Iraq’s Kurds. Questions on Self-Determination
- 06/12/2017 - press Al Jazeera - Kamel: Trump and Jerusalem, a legal and historical appraisal
- 10/11/2017 - press Modern Diplomacy - Kamel: Balfour Declaration
- 06/11/2017 - press Al-Fanar Media - Kamel: Arrested Saudi Prince has been a major academic donor
- 04/10/2017 - press Haaretz - Kamel: The new order in the Middle East
- 22/09/2017 - press Al Jazeera - Kamel: Kurdish independence vote, a historical perspective
- 15/07/2017 - press Middle East Monitor - Kamel: The rising order of the Middle East
- 15/07/2017 - press Sputnik - Kamel: religious and ethnic tensions in Iraq
- 12/07/2017 - press Al Arabiya - Kamel: The Mafia-ISIS connection. Partners in crime or perfect strangers?
- 02/06/2017 - press Middle East Monitor - Kamel about his book "Imperial Perceptions of Palestine"
- 13/05/2017 - press Al Jazeera - Poli: Italy's Constitutional Referendum
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