Tilman Kulke

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Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Islamic History/Global History, assitant professor

Assistance professor for Islamic and global history

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tilmann.kulke@eui.eu

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Tilmann Kulke is an assistant professor for Islamic and global history at the faculty of arts and science. He is particularly interested in narratological analyses of premodern Islamic texts and global history, with a focus on the Mughal Empire and early modern Georgia. He gained his PhD at the European University Institute (EUI). Before, he trained at the universities of Cologne and Bonn, the German Historical Institute Paris, Doğuš Üniversitesi Istanbul, and Damascus University. He also attended the German School in Delhi.
As an editor, he has been collaborating with several online peer-reviewed journals within German-speaking academia, such as ‘sehepunkte’, ‘zeitenblicke’, ‘geschichte.transnational’, ‘h-soz-kult’, and, most recently, ‘connections’. He is the initiator and editor-in-chief of the researchers’ journal at the historical department of the EUI in collaboration with ‘connections’. Together with Stephan Conermann (Bonn), he initiated the online review journal ‘Islamische Welten’ in collaboration with ‘sehepunkte’. Here, he also works as a specialist editor for Islamic history and early modern global history.
Beside his passion for new academic endeavors, he loves basketball, hiking in the Caucasus, reading, traveling, Georgian food and music. And, on finding a solution of keeping the deadlines and the demands of his two daughters, he also managed to drink 27 espresso on a single day, which is still a record in Florence.


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narratological analyses of premodern Islamic texts, global history, postcolonial history

tilmann.kulke@eui.eu

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About

Tilmann Kulke is an assistant professor for Islamic and global history at the faculty of arts and science. He is particularly interested in narratological analyses of premodern Islamic texts and global history, with a focus on the Mughal Empire and early modern Georgia. He gained his PhD at the European University Institute (EUI). Before, he trained at the universities of Cologne and Bonn, the German Historical Institute Paris, Doğuš Üniversitesi Istanbul, and Damascus University. He also attended the German School in Delhi.
As an editor, he has been collaborating with several online peer-reviewed journals within German-speaking academia, such as ‘sehepunkte’, ‘zeitenblicke’, ‘geschichte.transnational’, ‘h-soz-kult’, and, most recently, ‘connections’. He is the initiator and editor-in-chief of the researchers’ journal at the historical department of the EUI in collaboration with ‘connections’. Together with Stephan Conermann (Bonn), he initiated the online review journal ‘Islamische Welten’ in collaboration with ‘sehepunkte’. Here, he also works as a specialist editor for Islamic history and early modern global history.
Beside his passion for new academic endeavors, he loves basketball, hiking in the Caucasus, reading, traveling, Georgian food and music. And, on finding a solution of keeping the deadlines and the demands of his two daughters, he also managed to drink 27 espresso on a single day, which is still a record in Florence.


Research interests

narratological analyses of premodern Islamic texts, global history, postcolonial history