Dr. Mohammed T. Bani Salameh

Professor / Comparative and International Politics

Area of Research interest

  1. Identity
  2. Political Reform
  3. Political elites
  4. Political Islam
  5. Human Rights
  6. Elections
  7. Immigration
  8. Terrorism
  9. Contemporary Middle East
  10. Militarization

Projects & Grants


Dr. Mohammed T. Bani Salameh


Journal Articles

  1. Mohammed Torki Bani Salameh, Mohammad Abdulrahman bani Salameh, Emad Shdouh, Partisans’ and civil elites’ role in supporting military coups: The case of the Egyptian elites, Journal of politics and law 13 (3), 17-29, (2020). https://doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v13n3p17
  2. Mohammed Bani Salameh et al. The Socio Political Implications of the Syrian Crisis on Jordan:2011-2018.Journal of Politics and Law.Vol.13.No.2.(2020). DOI: 10.5539/jpl.v13n1p89.
  3. Mohammed Bani Salameh . Muslim Brotherhood and the Jordanian State: Containment or Fragmentation Bets?(1999-2018). Asian Journal of Comparative Politics. December,(2019). org/10.1177/2057891119891035 Scopus
  4. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Islam Khassawneh. U S Strategy for Human Rights in the Arab World :Egypt Case Study(2001-2018), . (In Arabic).  Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences. Jordanian University. Under Publication. Scopus
  5. Mohammed Bani Salameh et al. The attitudes of Jordanian public opinion towards the role of the Independent Electoral Commission in supervising elections: a field study. (In Arabic). Journal of Social Sciences, Kuwait University. Under Publication. Scopus
  6. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Mohammad Katatsheh.The Politics of Migration from the Arab Spring Countries to Europe. Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences. Jordanian University. Vol.46.No4.(2019). Scopus
  7. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Aymen Hayajneh. The End of the Syrian Civil War: How Jordan Can Cope. Middle East Quarterly. Summer, Vol. 26.No. 3.(2019). Scopus
  8. Khalid Edwan, Mohammed Bani Salameh, and Emad Shdouh. Elite Circulation: Case Study of the Jordanian Parliament: 1989-2016. Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences. Jordanian University. Vol.45.No.4.(2018). Scopus
  9. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Samid Darawsheh. Human Rights in the Jordanian Constitution: Between Theoretical Texts and Practical Application. International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies. 6.(2018). DOI: 10.1504/IJHRCS.2018.10012834 ISI
  10. Mohammed Bani Salameh. Political reform in Jordan: Reality and Aspirations. World Affairs Journal. Vol.180, winter. (2017). https://doi.org/10.1177/0043820018765373 Scopus
  11. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Emad Shdouh. Feminist Elites in Democratic Jordan: 1989-2016. Journal of Research in Political Sociology.25. (2017). DOI: 10.1108/S0895-993520180000025010 ISI
  12. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Khalid Edwan. The Identity Crisis in Jordan: Historical Pathways and Contemporary Debates; Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity. 44. no 6. (2016). Scopus
  13. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Azzam Ananza. Constitutional Reforms in Jordan: A Critical Analysis. Digest of Middle East Studies.   24, issue 2,( Fall, 2015).  https://doi.org/10.1111/dome.12068 Scopus
  14. Yosef Kataybeh, Mohammed Bani Salameh and Alaa Rawashdeh. Factors and Manifestations of the Ideological Extremism as Realized by Youth in Jordanian Universities: An Empirical Sociological Study. Journal of Social Sciences, Kuwait University, Vol. 42, (2014). Scopus
  15. Mohammed Bani Salameh and Mohammed Kanoush. Kuwait’s Democratic Experiment: Roots, Reality, Challenges and Prospects for the Future, Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (in Asia).5. No.3,( 2011). DOI: 10.1080/19370679.2011.12023185 Scopus

Conference Seminars and Workshop

  1. Economic and Administrative Reform and Adaptation Policies in Jordan and the Arab World, Yarmouk University, 24-26-4-2019, Paper presented: Challenges to Political Reform in Jordan.
  2. The 1st American University in the Emirates International Conference, UAE, Dubai, Nov.15, 2017. Paper presented: Migration from Arab Spring countries to Europe: causes and consequences. Springer.
  3. 2nd world conference on women studies, Rome, Italy, 20-21 October, 2016. Paper presented: Feminist Elites in Democratic Jordan: 1989-2016.
  4. Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa. University of Lund, Sweden, Paper Presented: Women and Political Participation Towards more Participation for Jordanian Women, 2008.