Professor Ahmad Addous
Chairman of the Scientific Committee and Project Scientific Tutor

Academic career

1997 Degree in Oriental History, University of Bologna, Italy.

2003 Ph.D., University of Rome (La Sapienza), Italy.

2011 Research fellow (Arabic Language and Literature), Advanced

School of Translation and Interpretation, University of Bologna

(Forlì campus).

 

Responsibilities

  • From November 2015 Rector’s delegate for International Relations with Arab Countries and Iran;
  • From October 24th, 2016 chairman of the scientific committee of the chair “King Abdulaziz” for Islamic Studies
  • From February 2017 UNIBO academic coordinator of Erasmus Plus Exchange with Jordan University, German-Jordanian University and Petra University (Jordan).

 

Teaching activity

1999-2001

collaboration and teaching Arabic language at the Advanced School for Interpreters and Translator of Bologna University (Forlì campus).

2001-2011

part- time contract professor of Arabic Language at the Advanced School for Interpreters and Translator of Bologna University (Forlì campus).

2006-2011

part- time contract professor of Arabic Language and Literature II at the faculty of Arts and Humanities of Bologna University (Degree Programme in Orientale History and civilizations).

1999-2001

collaboration and teaching Arabic Language and Literature III, IV at the faculty of Arts and Humanities of Bologna University (Degree Programme in Orientale History and civilizations).

2009-2011

part- time contract professor of Arabic Literature 1, Arabic Literature 2 and Arabic linguistic 3 the faculty of Modern Foreign Language and Literature of Bologna University.

2004-2011

collaboration and teaching Arabic language at the faculty of Arts and Humanities of Modena and Reggio Emilia University.

1997-2011

collaboration and teaching Arabic language at Forlì Language Center (CLIRO).

Scientific studies at high school; course in Italian at the University for Foreigners of Perugia;

1997: degree in Eastern History at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Bologna (with honors);

7th July 2003: Ph.D. in Oriental Archaeology University of Rome "La Sapienza";

2008: Member of the Disciplines research unit in oriental languages at Bologna University, scientific director Prof. Giulio Soravia.