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Philip_Kreyenbroek

Prof. Dr. Philip G. Kreyenbroek
Direktor

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Seminar für Iranistik
Heinrich-Düker-Weg 14
37073 Göttingen

Raum: 2.820

Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung

Tel.: +49 (0)551 39 24395
Fax: +49 (0)551 39 22095

E-Mail: gkreyen@gwdg.de

Prof. Dr. Philip G. Kreyenbroek


Professor and Director of Iranian Studies Georg-August University of Göttingen



1966-70

B.A. Arabic, Persian, Turkish, University of Amsterdam


1970-72

M.A. Persian, Ancient Iranian Studies, history of Religions, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands


1972-73

Studied Zoroastrianism, Old and Middle Iranian, and Gujarati, SOAS, London


1973-85

Lecturer in Iranian Studies, University of Utrecht


1982

Doctorate, University of Leiden


1985-88

Senior Lecturer in Iranian Studies, University of Utrecht


1988-94

Lecturer in Modern Iranian Languages, SOAS, London


1991-96

Honorary Secretary, the Royal Asiatic Society


1994-96

Reader in Iranian Languages and Religions, University of London (SOAS)


since 1996

Professor of Iranian Studies, University of Göttingen


since 1998

Consulting Editor (Kurdish Studies), Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York


since 2000

Member, Board of Directors, European Council, Association for the Study of Persianate Societies


2004

Best Research of the Year Prize (with F.M. Kotwal), Iranian Ministry for Culture and Islamic Guidance, Tehran


since 2006

Editor, Göttinger Orientforschungen: Iranica, Harrassowitz


2008

Best Research Award, Razi University, Kermanshah

2011

International Farabi Award, Tehran


Research Topics:

Zoroastrianism, Yezidism, Minority Religions among the Kurds, Oral Literature and Culture, Ancient Iranian Literature, Memory in Iranian Cultures


Organised Symposia and Conferences:

1993   London

Conference ‘Kurdish Cultural Identity’, 26 March, SOAS Centre of Near and Middle Eastern Studies and World Circuit Art.

2003   Göttingen

Symposium ‘Kulturland Iran – iranische Tradition als Weltkultur: 100-Jahr-Feier Iranistik in Göttingen’, 24-5 October.

2006   Paris

with Christine Allison, Colloquium ‘Discourses of memory in Iranian Languages’, 23-24 February, Mondes Iranien et Indien, CNRS.

2008   Göttingen

International Symposium ‘Non-Islamic Religions in Iran: a non-essentialist perspective’, 6-7 June, Graduate Research Programme. ‘Götterbilder, Gottesbilder, Weltbilder’.