Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies , 7 1 , In International Review of Education. February, Volume 63 , Issue 1, pp By Paulo Freire. Translated by Donald Macedo and Alexandre Oliveira.
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Bloomsbury Academic, New York and London, Volume 64, Issue 5, pp. Egypt's Revolution 2.
In Jadaliyya. May 30, Counterpunch, March 4, Meet Abdelrahman Mansour who made January 25 a date to remember. January 25, September 5, Main Publications.
Her research deals broadly with education, citizenship, globalization and geopolitics. Gebremariam, Eyob B. In Northeast African Studies: Handbook of contemporary Middle East and North African history. Oxford : Oxford University Press.
Youth and citizenship in the digital age : A view from Egypt. In Harvard Educational Review , 82 3 , The Arab spring, digital youth, and the challenges of education and work. In Holy Land Studies , 11 1 , Battesti et F. Ireton Dirs. Education and ethnography: Insiders, outsiders, and gatekeepers. Sultana Eds. Herrera and A Bayat Eds.
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New York: Oxford University Press. Education and empire : Democratic reform in the Arab world? In International Journal of Educational Reform , 17 4 , A song for humanistic education : Pedagogy and politics in the Middle East. Teachers College Record , 10 2 , Chhachhi, A.
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Empire, geopolitics and development. In Development and Change , 38 6 , Un jeu de filles?
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I am currently working on a book manuscript that explores the ways in which Tunisian irregular migrants undermine their potential deportability by engaging in various forms of resistance individual and collective to produce new practices of political belonging, claim their rights, and avoid deportation. This book attempts to engender more comprehensive and cross-cultural approaches to the study of irregular migration expanding the study of trans-border movements to countries, such as Tunisia, that have long been understudied and overlooked in the larger migration literature.
The relevance of this book cannot be overstated as political turmoil in the Middle East continues, and irregular migrants and refugees pour into Europe.
- Biopolitics, ethics and subjectivation (Esthétiques).
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- "New Media, Cyberactivism, and the Arab Spring" by Mohamed Arafa and Crystal Armstrong?
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Through my wide-ranging anthropological research USA, Italy, Tunisia , long-term involvement with NGOs and my years of teaching Arabic MSA, Egyptian, Levantine and Maghrebi , I acquired an extensive experience in interactive teaching, curricula development, documentation and publication, multi-sited ethnographic field research and project management and coordination. In my teaching, I have always valued the power of interdisciplinary scholarship. In my Arabic classes, for instance, I always seek to ensure that my students are learning the language while continuously being exposed to different aspects of the vibrant cultures in the MENA region.
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