Brought to you by Prospect Journal, Students for Civil Rights in Iran, Arab Student Union, Students for Justice in Palestine, Student Sustainability Collective, Model United Nations and the International Affairs Group.
We’ll be covering the areas of Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Iran, Morocco, Algeria, and Jordan.
PROSPECT Perspectives: Revolution in the Middle East and North Africa
Mon, Feb 28th; 7-8:30pm
Great Hall, International House
Organized by Prospect Journal of International Affairs, Students for Civil Rights in Iran, Arab Student Union, Students for Justice in Palestine, Jewish Students Taking Action for Peace, Student Sustainability Collective, Model United Nations, and the International Affairs Group.
Professor Hasan Kayali
Historical Background to Revolution in the Middle East
Ted Falk, graduate student in Arab History
Introducing the chain of revolutionary events and the economic background
Professor Babak Rahimi
Social Media as enabler of a new kind of Revolution
Professor Roshanak Kheshti
Women and the Revolutions
Ramy Aziz, one of the first bloggers in the Egyptian blogging movement
Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt – post-Revolution rights of Christian Egyptians
Professor Richard Epps
US Foreign Policy
Nima Rasooli, President and founder of the Students for Civil Rights in Iran
Diaspora student involvement and their International Influence
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