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Reem Abou-El-Fadl, Revolutionary Egypt: Connecting Domestic and International Struggles

Reem Abou-El-Fadl, Revolutionary Egypt: Connecting Domestic and International Struggles

The book project brought together thirteen scholars from academic disciplines as diverse as political economy, comparative politics, and social anthropology. Its chapters span Egypt’s post-Mubarak and post-Mursi political transformations, all considered in light of earlier periods.

Ali Issa, Against All Odds: Voices of Popular Struggle in Iraq

Ali Issa, Against All Odds: Voices of Popular Struggle in Iraq

The book attempts to bring into English a wide cross section of Iraqi political analysis, organizing strategy, and recent history from several social movement sectors.

Adi Kuntsman and Rebecca L. Stein, Digital Militarism: Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age

Adi Kuntsman and Rebecca L. Stein, Digital Militarism: Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age

The authors focus on “digital militarism.” Digital militarism is a broad and flexible concept, with wide global applicability, but the authors consider the ways it has unfolded in the context of Israel’s occupation.

Cities Media Roundup

Cities Media Roundup

This is a monthly roundup of news articles, and other materials related to urban issues in the region, and beyond.

NEWTON in Focus: Critical Studies of Islam

NEWTON in Focus: Critical Studies of Islam

NEWTON in focus highlights various texts relevant to the critical study of Islam, across a variety of perspectives, disciplinary approaches, and political frameworks. Texts deal with the history of Islam, Islamic law, Islam and gender, and contemporary Islamic political movements and regimes.

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