Person

Researcher

  • Classical archaeology and ancient history
  • Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
  • Division of ALM and Digital Cultures
  • Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences

Contact information

E-mail anas.al_khabourklass.luse

Visiting address
Helgonavägen 3, Lund

Postal address
Box 192, 221 00 Lund

Internal post code 30

Room LUX:A412

Research

My profile in Lund University research portal

Curriculum Vitae

Name: Anas Al Khabour

Year of birth: 1976

List of degrees and employment

2001 BA Archaeology; Faculty of Literature and Humanities, Damascus University.

2010 Master Archaeology; PhD program: Cultures in Contact with Ancient Mediterranean, University Autonoma of Madrid, Spain.

2012 Master translation Spanish-Arabic-Spanish, Institute of Modern Languages and Translators, University of Complutense of Madrid. Spain.

2012 PhD Archaeology; PhD program: Cultures in Contact with Ancient Mediterranean. Department of Ancient History, Medieval, Paleography and Diplomacy, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, University Autonoma of Madrid, Spain.

Honor degree: Cum Laude, the highest degree for dissertation in summer.

Employment or other appointments of significance, year

2020 October- till present  Researcher, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History,

Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University, Sweden.

2019 September- 2020 September          Researcher Postdoc, Research Center in Archaeology and Heritage CReA- Patrimoine, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.

2018 January- June            Curator of the Endangered Cultural Heritage and the Ancient Eastern Collections, National Museums of World Culture, Sweden

2016 April- 2017                December     Researcher University of Gothenburg, Department of Historical Studies, Sweden

2015-2016    Senior Archaeologist; Cultural Heritage Halland, Halmstad, Sweden

2014-2015    Postdoc researcher: University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

2008- 2012   Cultural Attaché: Syrian Arab Cultural Center of Madrid, Spain.

2006- 2008   Director of Archaeology and Museums of Raqqa’s Governorate, Syria.

Director of Syrian archaeological expeditions of the: Syrian-Japanese Expedition at Bishri Mount- the Syrian-German Expedition at Rusafa (Sergiopolis)- the Syrian-Dutch Expedition at Tell Sheikh Hasan- Syrian-American Expedition at Tell Zeidan- the Syrian-Italian Expedition at Arslan Tash.

2005              Representative of DGAM General Direction of Archaeology and Museums with the German Expedition at Tell Mumbaqa

2003-2008    Director of the National Museum of Raqqa, Syria


Pedagogical Education:

Completed the three pedagogical Courses at Gothenburg University, Sweden, on teaching in Higher Education:

  1. Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 1 (HPE101 Behörighetsgivande högskolepedagogik 1: Baskurs, 5 högskolepoäng).
  2. Teaching and learning in Higher Education 2: Discipline Specific Pedagogic (HPE102 Behörighetsgivande högskolepedagogik 2: Områdesspecifik pedagogik, 5 högskolepoäng).
  3. Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 3: Applied Analysis, Online Course (HPE103, Högskolepedagogik 3).

 

Supervising: Completed the course: Supervision in Postgraduate Programs (HPE201, Handledning i forskarutbildning, 5 högskolepoäng).

 

 

 

Teaching:

AE1222 Archaeology and society; Archaeology: Intermediate course, 30 higher education credits, first Cycle / University of Gothenburg/ Department of Historical Studies / Sweden. (Arkeologi: Fortsättningskurs, 30 högskolepoäng).

AE1111 Global Archaeology, Archaeology: Introductory course, 30 higher education credits, first Cycle / University of Gothenburg/ Department of Historical Studies / Sweden. (AE1111 Arkeologi: Grundkurs, 30 högskolepoäng).

HI2180 Therapy for conflictual histories - working through a problematic past, 15 higher education credits, Second Cycle/ University of Gothenburg/ Department of Historical Studies / Sweden. (HI2180 Terapi för historiska tolkningskonflikter - att bearbeta ett problematiskt förflutet, 15 högskolepoäng)

H2KOM Cultural heritage and modernity, 120 higher education credits, Second Cycle/ University of Gothenburg/ Department of Historical Studies/ Sweden. (Kulturarv och modernitet: materiellt och immateriellt under 1000 år, 120 högskolepoäng).

 

Languages:

Arabic: Verbal skills: Native language. Written skills: Native language

Spanish: Verbal skills: Fluent. Written skills: Fluent

English: Verbal skills: Fluent. Written skills: Fluent

Swedish: Verbal skills: Fluent. Written skills: Fluent

German: Verbal skills: Good knowledge. Written skills: Good knowledge

French: Verbal skills: Good knowledge. Written skills: Good knowledge

 

 

 

 

List of publications (Anas Al Khabour)

1. Sack, D., Al-Khabour, A., Gussone, M. (2008): Resafa Sergiupolis / Rusafat Hisham, Syria, Pilgrimage City and Caliph Residence: The Campaigns in Spring and Autumn 2007. Chronique Archéologique en Syrie. Vol. 3, ISSN : not available, pp. 251–267. Damascus, Syria.

2. Ohnuma, K., Al-Khabour, A. (2008): Archaeological Research in the Bishri Region: Report of the Second Working Season. Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies, Vol 29, pp. 134–149. Tokyo, Japan. ISSN: 0285- 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.

3. Ohnuma, K., Al-Khabour, A. (2008b): Archaeological Research in the Bishri Region: Report of the Third Working Season. Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies, Vol 29, pp. 150–169. Tokyo, Japan. ISSN: 0285- 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.

4. Ohnuma, K., Al-Khabour, A. (2008c): Archaeological Research in the Bishri Region: Report of the Fourth Working Season. Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies, Vol 29, pp. 170–193. Tokyo, Japan. ISSN: 0285- 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.

5. Ohnuma, K., Al-Khabour, A. (2009): Archaeological Research in the Bishri Region: Report of the Fifth Working Season. Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies, Vol 30, pp. 138–165. Tokyo, Japan. ISSN: 0285- 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.

6. Ohnuma, K., Al-Khabour, A. (2009b): Archaeological Research in the Bishri Region: Report of the Sixth Working Season. Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies, Vol 30, pp. 166–191. Tokyo, Japan. ISSN: 0285- 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.


7. Ohnuma, K., Al-Khabour, A. (2010): Formation of Tribal Communities: Integrated Research in the Middle Euphrates, Syria. Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies, Special Issue 2010, pp. 3-8. Tokyo, Japan. ISSN 0285 – 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.

8. Al- Khabour, A. et all (2010): Early Bronze Age strata at Tell Ghanem Al- Ali along the middle Euphrates in Syria: a preliminary report of 14C dating results. in Radiocarbon, Vol 52, no2, pp. 383-392. University of Arizona, USA. ISSN: 0033-8222.

9. Al Khabour, A. (2012): El Proyecto Arqueológico sirio-japonés en la región del Bishri (Siria, Raqqa). In: Ideología, identidades e interacción en el Mundo Antiguo, Del cerro, C. et al., Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, pp. 259-266. ISSN: 978-84-15341-34-5. English title: The Syrian- Japanese archaeological project in the region of Bishri (Syria, Raqqa).

10. Al Khabour, A. (2013) : Histoire de l'occupation de la vallée de l'Euphrate entre Balikh et Khabour jusqu'à la conquête d'Alexandre. In: Bibliotheca Euphratica, Vol I, Juan-Luis Montero Fenollos (éd.), Spain 2012, pp. 163-175. ISSN : 978-84-616-0921-5. English title: History of the Euphrates Valley between Balikh and Khabour until the arrival of Alexander. Universidade da Coruna, Spain.

11. Al Khabour, A. (2014): Assyrian and Aramaean at the western frontier of Assyria, conflict or coexistence. In: Isimu: Soundings on the Archaeology and the History of the Near East, Vol. 16, Coord. Carmen del Cerro Linares, ISSN: 1575-3492. pp. 11-28. Madrid, Spain.

12. Al Khabour, A. (2015): El conflicto armado en Siria y su repercusión sobre el Patrimonio Cultural: Vol. I: Inventario del Patrimonio Cultural afectado en la provincia de Deir Ez-Zor (marzo 2011-mazro 2015). ISBN: 978-84-606- 7735-2, ISBN 978-84-606-9619-3. Published on the UNESCO; The Observatory of Syrian Cultural Heritage.

https://ar.unesco.org/syrian-observatory/sites/syrian-observatory/files/reports/ANAS_VOL_I.pdf

English title: The armed conflict in Syria and its impact on the cultural heritage: inventory of cultural heritage in the affected in Deir Ez-Zor Province (March 2011- March 2015).

13. Al Khabour, A. (2015): El conflicto armado en Siria y su repercusión sobre el Patrimonio Cultural: Vol. II: Inventario del Patrimonio Cultural afectado en la provincia de Raqqa (marzo 2011-marzo 2015). ISBN: 978-84-606-7735-2 ISBN 978-84-606-9962-0. Published on the UNESCO; The Observatory of Syrian Cultural Heritage.

https://en.unesco.org/syrian-observatory/sites/syrian-observatory/files/reports/ANAS_VOL_II.pdf

14. Al Khabour, A. (2015): El conflicto armado en Siria y su repercusión sobre el Patrimonio Cultural: Vol. III: Inventario del Patrimonio Cultural afectado en la provincia de Hasakeh (marzo 2011-marzo 2015). ISBN: 978-84-606-7735-2 ISBN 978-84-608-1623-2. Published on the UNESCO; The Observatory of Syrian Cultural Heritage.

https://en.unesco.org/syrian-observatory/sites/syrian-observatory/files/reports/ANAS_VOL_III.pdf

15. Al Khabour, A. (2016): Tell Damir; an early Abbasside settlement on the Balikh Valley, in: One hundred sites tell us the history of Syria. Edited by Youssef Kanjou and Akira Tsuneki, ISBN 978 1 78491 381 6, ISBN 978 1 78491 382 3 (e-Pdf), pp. 447-449, Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford.

16. Al Khabour, A. (2016): Tell Zeidan, in: One hundred sites tell us the history of Syria. Edited by Youssef Kanjou and Akira Tsuneki, ISBN 978 1 78491 381 6, ISBN 978 1 78491 382 3 (e-Pdf), pp. 88-90, Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford.

17. Al Khabour, A. (2016): Sergiupolis Rusafa, in: One hundred sites tell us the history of Syria. Edited by Youssef Kanjou and Akira Tsuneki, ISBN 978 1 78491 381 6, ISBN 978 1 78491 382 3 (e-Pdf), pp. 379-381, Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford.

18. Al Khabour, A. (2016): Arslan Tash, in: One hundred sites tell us the history of Syria. Edited by Youssef Kanjou and Akira Tsuneki, ISBN 978 1 78491 381 6, ISBN 978 1 78491 382 3 (e-Pdf), pp. 297-299, ArchaeopressPublishing Ltd, Oxford.

19. Al Khabour, A. (2016): El Estado Islámico y el Patrimonio Mesopotámico. In: Hesperia, Culturas del Mediterráneo. ISSN: 1698-8795. Madrid, Spain, pp. 63-87.

20. Al Khabour, A. (2017): Urbanism, material culture and soil occupation during the Middle Bronze Age in the Middle Euphrates Valley. In Al-Rāfidān: journal of western Asiatic studies. Vol XXXVIII 2017, Tokyo, Japan, pp.79-89. ISSN: 0285- 4406. Published by the Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, Kokushikan University, Tokyo, JAPAN.

21. Al Khabour, A. (2018): Burials and funerary practices along the Middle Euphrates Valley during the Early Bronze Age. In: Isimu: Soundings on the Archaeology and the History of the Near East, Vol. 20, pp. 161-191. Coord. Carmen del Cerro Linares, ISSN: 1575-3492. Madrid, Spain.

22. Al Khabour, A. (2018): Il ruolo della Legge sulle Antichità Siriane per la protezione del patrimonio culturale fino allo scoppio della guerra civile in Siria nel 2011. In: Astarté. Estudios del Oriente Próximo y el Mediterráneo. Vol. 1, pp.1-13. UCOPress, Editorial Universidad de Córdoba, Spain.

English title: The role of the Syrian Antiquities Law in protecting the cultural heritage until the outbreak of the civil war in Syria 2011.

23. Al Khabour, A. (2019): El patrimonio cultural en Siria e Iraq: Desafíos y esperanzas. In: Isimu: Soundings on the Archaeology and the History of the Near East, Vol. 21, Coord. Carmen del Cerro Linares, ISSN: 1575-3492. pp. 107-118.

English title: The cultural heritage in Syria and Iraq: challenges and hopes.

 

Unpublished manuscripts that have been accepted for publication by a publisher

 

1. Al Khabour, A. (2020): Aprendizaje Basado en el Objeto: El Aula Didáctica Antonio Blanco Freijeiro de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. In: Isimu: Soundings on the Archaeology and the History of the Near East, Vol. 21, Coord. Carmen del Cerro Linares, ISSN: 1575-3492. Madrid, Spain.

English title: Museum-based learning: Teaching Room at the Autonoma University of Madrid.

2. Al Khabour, A. (2020): Cultural heritage of modern Raqqa, history of cultural heritage destruction since the modern settlement until the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. In Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series, a monograph series. Published by Peeters Press, Leuven.

Unpublished manuscripts that have been under consideration for publication by a publisher

 

1. Al Khabour, A. (2020): Heraqla, between the dream of Harun Al Rashid and the nightmare of the looters. 341 pages.

 

 

Researcher

  • Classical archaeology and ancient history
  • Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
  • Division of ALM and Digital Cultures
  • Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences

Contact information

E-mail anas.al_khabourklass.luse

Visiting address
Helgonavägen 3, Lund

Postal address
Box 192, 221 00 Lund

Internal post code 30

Room LUX:A412

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