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Announcing the 2016 Middle East Political Economy Book Prize Winners

The Political Economy Project (PEP) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Middle East Political Economy Book Prize. With this prize, PEP aims to recognize and disseminate exceptional critical work on the political economy of the Middle East. For its inaugural award, the selection committee welcomed nominations for books on political economy published between 2013-2015 from a range of publishers and across academic disciplines. After ...

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Political Economy Summer Institute: Call for Letters of Interest

[Photograph of 2016 researchers and instructors. Image by Tareq Radi]

Over the course of four days, June 9th to June 12th 2016, and in conjunction with ASI and Arcadia University, the Political Economy Project held its inaugural Political Economy Summer Institute (PESI) at George Mason University. The summer institute brought together a diverse collection of scholars and graduate student fellows from around the world for a series of workshops on the foundational concerns of critical political economy, with special attention devoted to ...

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Political Economy Project

 

The Political Economy Project is the culmination of several years' worth of networking and planning by the Arab Studies Institute and its affiliate scholars. The project aims to (a) develop and encourage critical approaches to political economy, interrogate the dominant paradigms, and provide insights for alternatives; (b) by its nature, this project is simultaneously intellectual and political as these realms are inseparable. Therefore, we do not limit our ambitions to producing books and articles. We plan to weave networks of individuals, influence pedagogical approaches, and, for those interested, advocate for organic alternatives to existing dominant notions of “development,” growth, redistribution, power relations, and social justice; (c) Finally, we are committed to expanding the scope of this project beyond the “Middle East” for comparative as well as intellectual/political purposes. READ MORE HERE.

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