The Third Conference of the Arab Council for the Social Sciences - 2017
“State, Sovereignty and Social Space in the Arab Region: Emerging Historical and Theoretical Approaches”
March 10-12, 2017 | Beirut, Lebanon
The Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS) held its Third Conference titled "State, Sovereignty and Social Space in the Arab Region: Emerging Historical and Theoretical Approaches” on March 10-12, 2017 in Beirut. The Conference's theme reflected the Council's desire to study new approaches and paradigms emerging across the disciplines of the social sciences and humanities to analyze historical and new forms of state structures, forms of governmentality and political power and their intersections with spatial, economic and socio-cultural dynamics.
Panel 37: The Politics of Protest and Solidarity
Chair: Cilja Harders (Free University of Berlin)
- Cilja Harders: “Midan-Moments” – Affective Solidarity and Emotional Liberation in Mass Protests in Egypt and Turkey
- Derya Ozkaya: Affective Politics of the Gezi Park Protests and their Aftermath
- Dina Wahba: Affect, Emotions and the Production of New Gendered Political Subjectivities in the Egyptian Revolution
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