Dr Tarik Oumazzane is an Assistant Professor in History and International Relations at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. He specialises in Middle East / North Africa Studies. Dr Oumazzane is the author of Regional Integration in the Middle East and North Africa (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021). He has taught and convened several modules including: 'International History of the Middle East and North Africa'; 'Voices from North Africa: Resistance, Decolonisation and State-Building'; 'Political Economy of Under Development', 'International Relations and Global History' and 'Liberating Africa: Decolonisation, Development and the Cold War'. Dr Oumazzane has presented his research in national and international conferences in Prague, Sarajevo, Athens, Lampeter, London and Nottingham.
Prior to his academic profession, Dr. Oumazzane worked in international development with Adam Smith International (Consultancy), Muslim Hands (NGO), Refugee Action (NGO) and the NHS. Dr. Oumazzane is a member of a number of international academic associations including the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES), the British International Studies Association (BISA), the International Studies Association (ISA), and the African Institute for Social Development (AISD).
Dr. Oumazzane's research interests include North African Studies, Maghreb Studies, the Middle East, the history of decolonisation in Africa, The history of relations between Morocco and Britain, Islamic History and Civilization, the Global South, South-South cooperation and peace studies.
Dr. Oumazzane speaks four languages (English, Arabic, French and Spanish) and is currently conducting a research on the Moroccan British relations, examining achieves in Britain, Morocco, France and Spain.
Dr. Oumazzane currently teaches on the following modules:
- Voices from North Africa: Resistance, Decolonisation and State Building ( Year 3)
- International History of the Middle East and North Africa 1918-1995 (Year 2)
- Daily Life in Authoritarian Regimes in the Long Twentieth Century (MA)
- Roads to Modernity, 1789 - 1945 (Year 1)
- The Contemporary World since 1945 (Year 2)
- Learning History (Year 1)
Previously, Dr. Oumazzane has taught on the following modules:
- 'Liberating Africa: Decolonisation, Development and the Cold War 1919-1994' (Year 2)
- The International Relations of the Middle East and North Africa (Year 3)
- International Relations and Global History (Year 1)
- War and Peace in the Post-Arab Spring Middle East and North Africa (MA)
- The Political Economy of (under-) Development (MA)
- The New World Order: Global Governance and International Institutions (MA)
- Foundations and Challenges to International Relations (Year 1)
- Global Political Economy (Year 2)
- Researching Methods in Politics and International Relations (Year 2)
Dr. Oumazzane has four years experience in Further Education teaching Arabic Language and Civilisation at the Centre for Further Education, the University of Nottingham. Dr. Oumazzane obtained a Teaching Diplomat from the Centre Culturel Français (CCF) ( Morocco) and completed the Essential Teaching Toolkit in Higher Education and Readiness to Practice Teaching at Nottingham Trent University (UK).