From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
Jadaliyya's sister organization, Tadween Publishing, launched recently (see announcement here). Tadween is a new kind of publishing house that seeks both to produce knowledge and to scrutinize the process of knowledge production. It will produce thoroughly interactive publications in both hard-copy and e-book formats, and its content will be disproportionately geared towards pedagogy and the classroom.
As part of the new Tadween project, we are happy to announce the discussion forum Tadween Blog, which will feature material related to knowledge production, the publishing world, and the products therefrom.
Jadaliyya will be publishing Tadween Blog posts on its pages starting today. Take a moment to visit Tadween's site and check out the new and forthcoming publications, including the Arab Studies Journal, another of Jadaliyya's sister organizations under the umbrella of the Arab Studies Institute, and two forthcoming books, Mediating the Arab Uprisings and Egypt's Parliamentary Elections (2011-2012).
Tadween Publishing Team
TADWEEN EDITORIAL BOARD
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Special Projects Editor
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