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1 Lincoln Leads in History This Lincoln Leads instalment debates a long standing historical inquiry: 'Is revolution always about religion?' Samuel Brewitt-Taylor, George Artley, Richard Spencer, Sarah Bochicchio 22 Sep 2017
2 Creative Commons Beyond Uprising: Inside Egypt's Unfinished Revolution Lecture given by Dr HA Hellyer on "Beyond Uprising: Inside Egypt's Unfinished Revolution" at Middle East Centre, St Antony's College on 25th January 2016. HA Hellyer 01 Feb 2016
3 'David Miller's Political Philosophy' Panel 3 This panel includes two talks: 'Self-Determination, Revolution, and Intervention' and 'Multiculturalism, National Identity, and Failed Citizenship.' This conference was held to honour David Miller's contribution to political philosophy. Allen Buchanan, Patti Lenard, Jesse Tomalty 14 Oct 2015
4 Speaking Truth to Power and Naming Names: Comedic Critique in the Aftermath of 14 January Nathanael Mannone (SOAS) gives the third talk in Panel 6: Re-ordering Society, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath. Nathanael Mannone 27 Oct 2014
5 Daughters of Bourguiba, Daughters of Khadija? Mythical Genealogy and the Future of the Secular and Islamic Feminisms in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia Lamia Ben Youssef (University of Alabama) gives the second talk in Panel 6: Re-ordering Society, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath. Lamia Ben Youssef 27 Oct 2014
6 Youth Activism in Tunisia: From Occupying Streets to Liberating Institutions Samar Samir Mezghanni (University of Cambridge) gives the first talk in Panel 6: Re-ordering Society, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Samar Samir Mezghanni 27 Oct 2014
7 Party Identification in Post-revolutionary Tunisia: Nida Tunis and Ennahda Compared Ferdinand Eibl and Dörthe Engelcke (University of Oxford) gives the second talk in Panel 5: Post-revolutionary Politics, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Ferdinand Eibl, Dörthe Engelcke 27 Oct 2014
8 Monitoring the New Politics: The Work of Al-Bawsala Amira Yahyaoui (Al Bawsala) gives the first talk in Panel 5: Post-revolutionary Politics, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Amira Yahoui 27 Oct 2014
9 Reframing Gender Narratives through Transitional Justice in the Maghreb Doris Gray (Al Akhawayn University) gives the third talk in Panel 4: Managing the Transition, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Doris Gray 27 Oct 2014
10 The Tunisian Media in Transition Nabil Cherni (University of Manouba) gives the first second in Panel 4: Managing the Transition, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Nabil Cherni 27 Oct 2014
11 Civil Society in the Tunisian Revolutionary Process Mouldi Guessoumi (University of Tunis) gives the first talk in Panel 4: Managing the Transition, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Mouldi Guessoumi 27 Oct 2014
12 There’s a Riot Going On: From Haiti to Tunisia Ronald Judy (University of Pittsburgh) gives the second talk in Panel 3: Locating the Tunisian Revolution and Its International Dimension, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Ronald Judy 27 Oct 2014
13 Tunisia and Egypt: Commonalities and Differences Gilbery Achcar (SOAS) gives the first talk in Panel 3: Locating the Tunisian Revolution and Its International Dimension, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Gilbert Achcar 27 Oct 2014
14 The Revolution in Sousse and the Rebuilding of Ennahda Rory McCarthy (University of Oxford) gives the third talk in Panel 2: The Actors of the Revolution, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Rory McCarthy 27 Oct 2014
15 The Labour Movement and the Culture of Protest: A Long View of Close Ties Mohamed-Salah Omri (University of Oxford) gives the first talk in Panel 2: The Actors of the Revolution, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Mohamed-Salah Omri 27 Oct 2014
16 Origins of the Tunisian Revolution: Social Explosion and Political Frustration Abdelwahed Mokni (University of Sfax) gives the first talk in Panel 2: The Actors of the Revolution, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Abdelwahed Mokni 27 Oct 2014
17 Rents, Politics and Development: Evidence from Ben Ali’s Tunisia Adeel Malik and Ferdinand Eibl (University of Oxford) gives the second talk in Part 1: Origins of the Revolution, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Adeel Malik, Ferdinand Eibl 27 Oct 2014
18 Architecture of Dissent in Ben Ali’s Tunisia: 2001-2011 Laryssa Chomiak (Centre d’études maghrébines à Tunis) gives the first talk in Part 1: Origins of the Revolution, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Laryssa Chomiak 27 Oct 2014
19 Opening of the conference Dr Michael Willis, Director of the Middle East Centre, and Mohamed Salah-Omri, Associate Professor at St John’s College introduce The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Mohamed Salah-Omri, Michael Willis 27 Oct 2014
20 Migration and revolution (The Arab Uprisings – Part 3) Part 3 of 3 of a series of podcasts from the special workshop 'The Arab Uprisings: Displacement and Migration', held at the Oxford Department of International Development on 16 May 2014 Nando Sigona, Nicholas Van Hear, Philip Marfleet, Marta Bellingreri 14 Aug 2014
21 'The "Age of Revolutions" as an Age of Civil Wars' The Sir John Elliott Lecture in Atlantic History 2014 by Professor David Armitage. David Armitage 12 Jun 2014
22 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part One. Part One: Keynote - Aleksander Smolar. Aleksander Smolar 17 Mar 2014
23 Creative Commons THEMIS: Egypt: Migration, revolution, and social change Philip Marfleet presents his paper 'Egypt: Migration, revolution, and social change' in Parallel session VI(D) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond, 24-26 Sept 2013 Philip Marfleet 24 Feb 2014
24 The Spanish Golden Age A session chaired by Dr Frances Lannon that examines this period of flourishing arts and literature in Spain, which coincided with the political rise and subsequent decline of the Spanish Habsburg dynasty. Frances Lannon, John Elliott, Jonathan Thacker 22 May 2013
25 Creative Commons FMR 39 Protection for migrants after the Libyan Revolution Irregular and mixed migration is still of great concern in post-revolutionary Libya, made more complex by the securitisation of border control issues and the inherent challenges of an interim government consolidating its authority. Samuel Cheung 08 May 2013
26 Creative Commons FMR 39 Migration and revolution The Arab Spring has not radically transformed migration patterns in the Mediterranean, and the label 'migration crisis' does not do justice to the composite and stratified reality. Hein de Haas, Nando Sigona 08 May 2013
27 Revolution and Jihad in North Africa and the Sahel Professor Jean-Pierre Filiu uses his diplomatic experience and research to discuss Revolution and Jihad in North Africa and the Sahel. Jean-Pierre Filiu 02 May 2013
28 Revolution Revolutionary concepts continually shape and uproot research agendas, and occasionally researchers themselves. This seminar examined the many ways revolution impacts on research. Adrian Stokes, Kerry Lock, Peter Watson 20 Jun 2012
29 Creative Commons Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Facebook Revolution? Social Media as Orientalist Mediation Miriyam Aouragh examines the useful and useless roles of the internet in the Arab revolutions by critically revisiting mainstream narratives on its role. Miriyam Aouragh 25 May 2012
30 Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Fear of Tahrir: Turkish Perspectives on the Egyptian Revolution Kerem Öktem presents a critical reading of Turkish public debates and the policies of the ruling party in Turkey on the Egyptian revolution. Kerem Öktem 25 May 2012
31 Creative Commons Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Contesting Democracy: Discursive Patterns Before and After the Egyptian Uprising Andrea Teti critiques European discourses on democracy promotion in Egypt and their alienation of Egyptian pro-democracy opposition groups. Andrea Teti 25 May 2012
32 Creative Commons Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Revolutionary Egypt's Relations with Surrounding States: Internal Transformation, External Realignment and Regional Security Fred Lawson examines the reconfiguration of Egyptian foreign policy since the revolution, particularly with respect to relations with Iran and Ethiopia. Fred Lawson 25 May 2012
33 Creative Commons Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: Trickster: Taufiq 'Ukasha, the Perpetuation of Liminal Crisis, and the Shaping of Counter-revolutionary Discourse Walter Armbrust examines the 'counter-revolution' through the lens of television talk show host Taufiq 'Ukasha, a 'trickster' prone to generating perverted forms of social knowledge. Walter Armbrust 25 May 2012
34 Creative Commons Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: In Search of Antistructure: The Meaning of Tahrir Square in Egypt's Ongoing Social Drama Mark Peterson examines meaning construction and the 'iterations' of Tahrir Square gatherings in the unfolding experience of the ongoing revolution. Mark Peterson 25 May 2012
35 Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: Contesting Visions and Public Spaces in Cairo Aya Nassar examines the imagery and negotiation of place membership unfolding in public spaces such as Tahrir Square. Aya Nasar 25 May 2012
36 Panel 4: Old State, New Rules: From War of Manoeuvre to War of Position Nicola Pratt discusses the competing wars of position being waged against the hegemonic system of authoritarianism in post-Mubarak Egypt, focusing on the realm of gender. Nicola Pratt 25 May 2012
37 Creative Commons Panel 4: Old State, New Rules: Praetorian Parliamentarism: The Contradictions of Egypt's Post-revolutionary Experiment Alexander Kazamias conceptualises the Egyptian revolution as an incomplete process of socio-political transformation, having so far only partially changed the postcolonial Egyptian state. Alexander Kazamias 25 May 2012
38 Creative Commons Panel 4: Old State, New Rules: New Logics of Popular Sovereignty and Subaltern Alternatives to the Egyptian 'Baltagi State' Paul Amar discusses subaltern forms of sovereignty and autonomous organisation that have been emerging in Egypt since the January uprising. Paul Amar 25 May 2012
39 Creative Commons Special Session: The Revolution Continues: A Conversation part 3 Marwa Sharafeldin of Oxford University and Musawah describes her experience as a women's activist and the position of women in the Egyptian revolution through a series of slides. Marwa Sharafeldin 25 May 2012
40 Creative Commons Special Session: The Revolution Continues: A Conversation part 2 Amr Salah, member of the Executive Board of the Revolutionary Youth Coalition, describes his role in the Coalition since 2011 and in the anti-Mubarak movement's organisations before the revolution. Amr Salah 25 May 2012
41 Creative Commons Special Session: The Revolution Continues: A Conversation Heba Raouf Ezzat of Cairo University reflects on the past year and the search for scholarly concepts with explanatory value in new political and social contexts. Heba Raouf Ezzat 25 May 2012
42 Creative Commons Panel 3: The Language of Revolution: University on the Square Documentation Project: A glimpse into the Economic and Business History Research Center's Contribution Randa Kaldas of the American University in Cairo discusses the unfolding oral history project on the Egyptian revolution based at the American University in Cairo. Randa Kaldas 25 May 2012
43 Creative Commons Panel 3 | The Language of Revolution: Poetry as Archive: Egypt's Revolution and Archival Poetics Tahia Abdel Nasser of the American University in Cairo analyses Egyptian poetry from the 2011 revolution and its role as archive and political site. Tahia Abdel Nasser 25 May 2012
44 Creative Commons Panel 3: The Language of Revolution: Narrating the Egyptian Revolution through Jokes: Is it Still a Laughing Revolution? Hebatallah Salem of the American University in Cairo explains the role of political jokes and satire during the past year in Egypt. Hebatallah Salem 25 May 2012
45 Creative Commons Panel 2 | Movements and Mobilisation: Unusual Suspects: "Ultra's" as Political Actors in the Revolution Robbert Woltering of the University of Amsterdam examines Egyptian football supporters, the 'ultras', as political actors in the Egyptian context. Robbert Woltering 25 May 2012
46 Creative Commons Panel 2 | Movements and Mobilisation: Managing the Transition in the Arab Spring: A Comparative Perspective Mustapha al-Sayyid of Cairo University compares different cases in the Arab uprisings of 2011. Mustapha al-Sayyid 25 May 2012
47 Creative Commons Panel 2 | Movements and Mobilisation Horizontalism on the Nile: what does it mean to say that the Egyptian uprising of 2011 was leaderless/or leaderful? And does it matter? John Chalcraft of the London School of Economics examines horizontalist mobilisation and questions of ideological programme in the Egyptian revolution of 2011. John Chalcraft 25 May 2012
48 Creative Commons Panel 1 | Preludes and Explanations Re-scaling Egypt's Political Economy: Neoliberalism and the Transformation of the Regional Space Adam Hanieh of the School of Oriental and African Studies considers the connection between international and regional patterns in Egypt's neoliberal order under Mubarak. Adam Hanieh 25 May 2012
49 Panel 1 | Preludes and Explanations What Did Mubarak Actually Do?: The Causes of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution according to Egyptian Intellectuals Amr Osman of the Gulf University of Science and Technology looks at the debate and consensus among Egyptian intellectuals critical of the rule of Hosni Mubarak. Amr Osman 25 May 2012
50 Creative Commons Panel 1 | Preludes and Explanations: The Egyptian Labour Movement and the Politics of Visibility Marie Duboc of the American University in Cairo looks at the Egyptian labour movement in the years preceding the Egyptian revolution. Marie Duboc 25 May 2012
51 Creative Commons Opening Remarks: Examining a Revolution in Progress Reem Abou-El-Fadl, conference convener from the University of Oxford, explains the conference rationale and aims in examining the revolution 'in progress'. Reem Abou-El-Fadl 25 May 2012
52 Welcome Speech Stephen Whitefield, Head of Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations, introduces the conference in the context of the Department's existing research. Stephen Whitefield 25 May 2012
53 Creative Commons Intervention in Libya: A Humanitarian Success? Professor Alan Kuperman (Texas) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 24th April 2012. Alan Kuperman 30 Apr 2012
54 Abbe Sieyes, Guttenberg, and Habermas: Constitutional Revolutions in Egypt and the Arab World This discussion assesses why the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt took constitutional form, given the previous constitutional histories and discussions. And second, can the revolutionary impulse to constitutionalize political authority succeed? Nathan Brown, Denis Galligan, Mila Vorsteeg 26 Mar 2012
55 The Middle East Revolution: take 2, Constitutionalism Professors Chibli Mallat and Tom Ginsburg assess the constitutional moment in the wake of democratic revolution. Chibli Mallat, Tom Ginsburg 26 Mar 2012
56 Facebook Resistance? Understanding the Role of the Internet in the Arab Revolutions Revolutions are currently sweeping the Arab world, from Tunisia to Egypt and Libya to Bahrain. The Internet has been reported as a key factor, but we in fact know little of its role in these revolutions. Miriyam Aouragh, Noha Atef, Khaled Hroub, George Weyman 12 Mar 2012
57 Migration, Digital Images and the Future of Insurgency Dr John Mackinlay (King's College London) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW lunchtime seminar series. John Mackinlay 09 Aug 2011
58 Creative Commons Technology and Power: Use of New Media in the Middle East. OxPeace 2011 Miriyam Aouragh, Oxford Internet Institute, gives the second talk in the third of the 2011 OxPeace Conference. Miriyam Aouragh 17 May 2011
59 Creative Commons Senses of Reality: Writing the Biography of a Revolutionary Generation The annual Isaiah Berlin Lecture given at Wolfson College on May 27th 2010. Roy Foster 08 Jun 2010