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Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber
DAAD lecturer for archaeology at the University of Jordan

tweber@uni-mainz.de

Thomas Maria Weber, PhD, Professor in Classical Archaeology studied at Mainz, Bonn (Germany) and Oxford (UK), held positions in German Institutions at Damascus, Amman and San'a'. Archaeological fieldwork at Greece, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Sa'udi Arabia, Yemen, and Libya.
Teaching as Professor at Mainz, Paris and Amman. A number of publications. DAAD lecturer for archaeology at the University of Jordan since 2010.



Dr. Nicola Huson
DAAD lecturer for the Master DaF at the German Jordanian University.

nicola.huson@gju.edu.jo



Servet Golbol
DAAD lecturer for film at the German Jordanian University

golbol@impalafilm.de

Servet Ahmet Golbol is a director and scenarist. He was born in Turkey and grew up in the southern part of Germany. After having finished his studies in film science and fine arts at the Johannes-Gutenberg-University in Mainz he graduated in research studies focusing on direction and script at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne. In 2006 he founded IMPALA, a film production company in Berlin, together with Nathalie Arnegger.
After several cinema and TV projects he became an associate professor at the University of Trier. He taught there until 2013 and worked as a visiting professor in the forum for history and arts in Liège and Luxembourg. Since September 2013 he is the DAAD lecturer for film at the German Jordan University.  


                                   
                                                                                                                 

Oliver Ritter
DAAD lecturer for the B.A. in Translation: Arabic, English and German at the German School of Applied Humanities and Languages at the German Jordanian University

oliver.ritter@gju.edu.jo