Adham Hamed is a peace and conflict researcher at the University of Innsbruck. He is University Assistant in the field of political theory at the University of Innsbruck’s Department of Political Science, as well as a Research Fellow at the Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies. His main research interests are: Elicitive conflict transformation and peace processes with a focus on the Middle East Conflict and the Arab Uprisings.
Adham has studied at the University of Vienna, the United Nations mandated University for Peace and the University of Innsbruck. Recently he completed his second book project ‘Speaking the Unspeakable: Sounds of the Middle East Conflict’. This book searches for words where nothing seems to express the dynamic truths of an experienced conflict. In 2013 and 2014 he lived in Cairo where he edited the book ‘Revolution as a Process: The Case of the Egyptian Uprising’. His dissertation is supvervised by Wolfgang Dietrich, Nikita Dhawan, and Andreas Oberprantacher.
Univeristy of Innsbruck, Department of Political Science