Workshop Announcement “Dissident Knowledge”

Reflections on new forms of activism in North Africa since 2011 Place: Faculty of Arts & Humanities, University of Sousse Date: May 11th to 12st Seven years after the Arab Spring, the forms, languages, spaces and temporalities of protest have witnessed considerable alterations. Seven years after the Arab Spring, unrest in the region still looms... Continue Reading →

Workshop Announcement “(Lā-)ḥirāk”

Social (Non-)Movements & Everyday Forms of Resistance in Morocco & Tunisia after 2011 Place: Moroccan Cultural Studies Centre, Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fez Date: March 30th to 31st Urban space in Morocco and Tunisia has for so long been part of the ‘material goods’ owned, controlled and exploited by the state. The 2011 uprisings,... Continue Reading →

Call for Applications

Social Visibility, Affect & Epistemics of Protest in Morocco and Tunisia since 2011 Deadline for submission: February 10, 2018 “The Maghreb in Transition” is an interdisciplinary research partnership between the Ludwigs-Maximilians University of Munich and eight partner universities in Morocco and Tunisia, namely Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University (Fez), Hassan II University (Casablanca), the National... Continue Reading →

Annual Program 2017

The activities of the multilateral research group "The Maghreb in Transition" comprise three workshops and one conference in 2017. The major focus of our workshops will be on discussing and advancing our research papers which will be published in a joint publication by the end of 2017. Further details will be timely released before each... Continue Reading →

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