From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
Andrea Khalil and Malak Bouod
[The following is part two of a two-part piece. Part one was posted Tuesday, 25 September.] Peaceful crowds are mushrooming in Benghazi and in other cities as a direct challenge to Libyan government’s weak politics. The small group of people that attacked the US Embassy in Benghazi has prompted large crowds of peaceful protesters to fill the streets. The attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens touched the heart of Benghazi, whose civil society rejects harming ...Keep Reading »
Andrea Khalil is Associate Professor at CUNY and Fulbright Scholar, Tunisia 2012-2013.
Malak Bouod is an activist in Benghazi.
"The most ironic aspect of the Hebrew University’s call for an oral history conference is that the campus stands on expropriated land... Given oral history’s tradition of advocacy for the displaced, these facts should give scholars contemplating participation in the oral history conference pause for thought."click | email | tweet