Fall 2020 Colloquium Series, “Arab Spring: 10 Years Later”

CMENAS is pleased to announce its Virtual Fall Colloquium, hosted on Zoom. Our Colloquium will feature an array of speakers with the theme: “Arab Spring: 10 Years Later."

CMENAS Virtual Fall Colloquium Registration Link: myumi.ch/jxDBz
Colloquium Questions: Kristin Waterbury, waterbuk@umich.edu
Link to full schedule and descriptions: myumi.ch/AxNd2

Colloquium Series Schedule:

September 14, 2020
Christiane Gruber, Professor of Islamic Art, Department of History of Art and Chair
King of Kings of Africa: Racializing Qaddafi in the Visual Output of the 2011 Libyan Uprisings

September 21, 2020
Yasmin Moll, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
The Revolution Within: Islamic Media and the Struggle for the "New Egypt"

September 28, 2020
Mark Tessler, Samuel J. Eldersveld Collegiate Professor
A Difficult Decade: The View from the Arab Street

October 5, 2020
Sascha Crasnow, Lecturer, Islamic Arts and Culture in the Arts and Ideas in the Humanities Program; Affiliate Faculty in Arab and Muslim American Studies and Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies
Art & the Intersectional Revolution: Gender & Sexuality in the Legacy of the Arab Spring

October 26, 2020
Amal Fadlalla, Associate Professor Anthropology, Women's Studies, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies
From Sudan to America: Reflections on Immigration, Diaspora, and Revolution

November 2, 2020
Matthew Cebul, Wieser Center Emerging Democracies Postdoctoral Fellow for 2019-21
The Unintended Consequences of International Support for Civil Resistance Campaigns: Evidence from Syria


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