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Tunisia

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Endangered Archaeological sites in Libya Tarek Teka talks about their group's projects in the final part on the second day of the conference; Training projects in Heritage documentation: challenges and first results: Libya. Tarek Teka 21 Feb 2018
2 La Carte Nationale Informatisee des Sites Archeologiques et des Monuments Historiques : Un projet strategique Naouel Selmi (INP) gives a talk for the third panel of the conference. The challenges and opportunities for protecting the past in Tunisia. Naouel Selmi 19 Dec 2017
3 Tunisia Rory McCarthy (Magdalen College, Oxford) and Fabio Merone (Ghent University) give a talk for the Middle East Centre seminar series. Chaired by Michael Willis (St Antony's College). Rory McCarthy, Fabio Merone, Michael Willis 27 Mar 2017
4 Humanitarian non-state actors and the delocalised EU border of the Central Mediterranean Paolo Cuttitta looks at how different humanitarian non-state actors (from large-scale international organisations to small local NGOs) operate in different spaces of the delocalised EU border Paolo Cuttitta 04 Nov 2016
5 Creative Commons Migration, politics and political change: Introduction to the seminar series and preliminary TRANSMIC findings Ali Chaudhary and Marieke van Houte introduce the seminar series on migration, politics and political change and their TRANSMIC project, examining the links between migration, citizenship, and migration and development Ali R Chaudhary, Marieke van Houte 27 Jan 2016
6 Trade Unions and North Africa's Arab Spring What role did trade unions play in the Egyptian and Tunisian uprisings of 2010/2011? Dina Bishara 11 Jun 2015
7 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
8 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
9 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
10 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
11 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
12 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
13 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
14 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
15 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
16 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
17 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
18 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
19 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
20 From the Ills of Poverty to the Will to Dignity: Some Causes of the Tunisian Uprising Michael Ayari (International Crisis Group) gives the third talk in Part 1: Origins of the Revolution, part of The Tunisian Revolution: Origins, Course and Aftermath Michael Ayari 27 Oct 2014
21 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
22 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
23 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
24 Creative Commons FMR 39 Proud to be Tunisian Proud to be Tunisian. Elizabeth Eyster, Houda Chalchoul, Carole Lalève 08 May 2013
25 Creative Commons FMR 39 Resettlement is needed for refugees in Tunisia With Tunisia experiencing wide-ranging political, social and economic change, there is an imperative need to alleviate the burden of hosting people fleeing Libya who are unable to return to their countries of origin. Amaya Valcárcel 08 May 2013
26 Creative Commons FMR 39 Local hosting and transnational identity Tunisian people, rather than their government, led the response to the humanitarian crisis when Libyans started their own revolt and people starting fleeing across the border. Katherine E Hoffman 08 May 2013
27 Creative Commons The 'Arab Spring' and Future Humanitarian Challenges 25 April 2013, Special lecture co-hosted by ELAC, the new Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations and the Oxford Humanitarian Group by Yves Daccord (Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross, ICRC). Yves Daccord 30 Apr 2013
28 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
29 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
30 Creative Commons Behind the Arab Awakening: Dynamics of Civil Resistance Far more important than poverty or deprivation is prolonged sharing of knowledge and skills from other movements, translated publications, and distillation of researchers' insights. Mary Elizabeth King 07 Mar 2012
31 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
32 Creative Commons Reporting the Arab Spring Lindsey Hilsum, Channel 4 International Editor, gives a talk on the Arab Spring revolutions and insurrections in Syria, Egypt and Tunisia. Lindsey Hilsum 22 Jul 2011
33 Creative Commons The Arab Democracy Uprisings and the Prospects for Peace in the Middle East. OxPeace 2011 Did the Western Media (And Everyone Else) get it Wrong? Reflections from an American Journalist. Andrew Lee Butters, Reuters Institute Fellow, Oxford, gives the third talk in session two of the 2011 OxPeace Conference. Andrew Lee Butters 17 May 2011
34 North Africa in Transition: Mobility, Forced Migration and Humanitarian Crises: Session 2 This workshop provided a space for interested academics, practitioners and policy makers to critically engage with the evolving contemporary crises in North Africa. Dawn Chatty, Julien Brachet, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Philip Marfleet 11 May 2011
35 North Africa in Transition: Mobility, Forced Migration and Humanitarian Crises: Session 1 This workshop provided a space for interested academics, practitioners and policy makers to critically engage with the evolving contemporary crises in North Africa. Dawn Chatty, Julien Brachet, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Philip Marfleet 11 May 2011