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Global Authoritarianisms

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Ten Years On: Displacement, Disruption and Scholarly Production in the Aftermath of Uprisings

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Ten Years On: Women’s Filmmaking in the Aftermath of the Uprisings

Global Populisms

Ten Years On: Activism in Exile

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Ten Years On: Media Framing of Political Events in Lebanon

Ten Years On: Exploring the New Regional Dynamics of the Middle East

Video: Syria Ten Years On

Ten Years On: Disciplinary Woes and Possibilities

Ten Years On: Teaching the Arab Uprisings

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Ten Years On: Reflections on Mass Protests and Uprisings in the Arab World

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3CT Joins Arab Uprisings Project

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Syria Ten Years On: Art, Journalism, and the Struggle over Narrative

The Electorate

Film Screening: Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait

Does Poetry Incite? Lessons from Egyptian Movement Poetry

Film Screenings: Step by Step, Stars in Broad Daylight

New Global Authoritarianisms

This project facilitates ongoing conversations on the fate of liberal democracy, attending to the role that new authoritarianisms are playing in reversing the global trend towards inclusive and democratic forms of government.

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Andreas Glaeser