In an effort to mark, interrogate, and reflect on protests, revolutions, and uprisings in the MENA region, this roundtable will address the relationship between archives, historical thinking, and revolution--both past and present.
Seda Altuğ, Boğaziçi University, Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History, Assistant Professor Zeynep Gambetti, Boğaziçi University, Political Science & International Relations, Emeritus Professor Berivan Tekdal, Boğaziçi University, Student Ömer Demir, Boğaziçi University, Student
Moderator:Dilan Okçuoğlu, Global Kurdish Studies, American University, Postdoctoral Fellow and Professorial Lecturer
The Tunisia Office of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies & The Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, Harvard University are pleased to announce the premiere of the short film they co-produced during summer 2020:
The Tunisia Office of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University invites you to the opening session of its fall 2020 webinar series:
Tunisia Newsreel 2020 - Tunisia in the Post-2011 Era - Notes From Ground
SUSTAINING DEMOCRACY IN TIME OF PANDEMIC: TUNISIA’S CHALLENGES AND SUCCESSES
Q&A with: HEDI LARBI, Economist; Tunisia’s Former Minister of Economic Infrastructure, Regional Planning and Sustainable Development (2014-15); Former Regional Director and Advisor to the Middle East and North Africa Vice President at the World Bank; Associate at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs’ Middle East Initiative and former Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (2015-2016)
Introductory remarks by Professor William Granara (CMES).
Discussant:Aytug Sasmaz, PhD candidate, Harvard University Department of Government; Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Middle East Initiative
The Tunisia Office of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University & The Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, Harvard University are pleased to announce the premiere of the short film they co-produced during summer 2020: