The Yemen in the 18th and 19th Centuries: A Political and Intellectual History (Durham Middle East Monographs) by Husayn B. Abdullah Al-Amri (1985-08-01)
Hussein Abdullah Al-Amri Edit Profile
Bachelor in Islamic History, Damascus (Syria) U., 1973; Master of Arts in Arabic History, Cambridge (England) University, 1979; Doctor of Philosophy in Yemen Modern History, Durham (England) University, 1983.
Head. of department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sana'a, 1964; deputy minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sana'a, 1975; minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sana'a, 1977; minister, Cabinet, Sana'a, 1984-1985; minister, Ministry of Education, Sana'a, 1985-1986; minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery, Sana'a, 1986-1988; member, Maglis Al-Sho ra (parliament), Sana'a, since 1988. Chairman education, culture, information and civil service committee Maglis Al-Sho ra, Sana'a, since 1988. Assistant professor Sana'a U., since 1986.
Board of directors Middle East Islamic Studies, Durham, England. Member Ymen Center for Studies (Sana'a), Yemen Society History and Archeology, Arabic General Historian Union (Baghdad, Iraq).
Married Hasiba H. Al-Amri, 1964. Children: Walid, Firas, Suhair, Suhail.