Teaching the Arab UprisingsThursday, February 25, 2021, 11:00am–1:30pm CST
Join us for the second monthly panel event of the Ten Years on Project: Mass Protests and Uprisings in the Arab World initiative. Panelists will discuss a range of ideas and reflections related to pedagogy and teaching the Arab Uprisings.
This set of panel discussions is moderated by Amaney Jamal and Bassam Haddad, and it features Khalid Medani, Rabab El-Mahdi, Mohammed Bamyeh, Thomas Serres, Sarah Shields, Hatim El-Hibri, James Gelvin, Nadya Sbaiti, Ali Ahmida, and Marwan Kraidy.
Organized by the Arab Studies Institute, Princeton’s Arab Barometer, and George Mason’s Middle East and Islamic Studies Program. Co-sponsored by Georgetown University (Center for Contemporary Arab Studies), American University of Beirut (Asfari Institute), Arab Council for the Social Sciences, Brown University (Center for Middle East Studies), UC Santa Barbara (Center for Middle East Studies), Harvard University (Center for Middle East Studies), University of Exeter (Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies), Birzeit University (Department of Political Science), University of Chicago (Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory), Stanford University (Program on Arab Reform and Democracy, Stanford University), AUC Affiliates, Georgetown University (Qatar) Center For International And Regional Studies (CIRS), The Global Academy (MESA Affiliated), Institute of Palestine Studies.