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Dispatches from the Arab Spring: Understanding the New Middle East (Hardback)
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Dispatches from the Arab Spring: Understanding the New Middle East (Hardback)

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Hardback 368 Pages / Published: 01/09/2013
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Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816689989
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 30 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"
In their "Dispatches from the Arab Spring", Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad have brought together some vintage writings on the unfolding Arab revolutions. The common feature of this set of exquisite reflections is their critical intimacies with the fact and phenomena of the Arab Spring and an abiding commitment to its success and promises. The result is the rare feat of a sober and uplifting read at one and the same time.
" --Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University


"In their "Dispatches from the Arab Spring", Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad have brought together some groundbreaking writings on the unfolding Arab revolutions. The common feature of this set of exquisite reflections is their critical intimacies with the fact and phenomena of the Arab Spring and an abiding commitment to its success and promises. The result is the rare feat of a sober and uplifting read at one and the same time." --Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University



In their "Dispatches from the Arab Spring", Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad have brought together some groundbreaking writings on the unfolding Arab revolutions. The common feature of this set of exquisite reflections is their critical intimacies with the fact and phenomena of the Arab Spring and an abiding commitment to its success and promises. The result is the rare feat of a sober and uplifting read at one and the same time.

--Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University



In their "Dispatches from the Arab Spring," Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad have brought together some groundbreaking writings on the unfolding Arab revolutions. The common feature of this set of exquisite reflections is their critical intimacies with the fact and phenomena of the Arab Spring and an abiding commitment to its success and promises. The result is the rare feat of a sober and uplifting read at one and the same time.
Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University
"


"The book offers an excellent starting point for further exploration of the tangled trajectories of change that will, ultimately, define the political and economic reordering of the region." "H-Net Reviews"

"Lucid, comprehensive, and well-written." "CHOICE"

"An informative context and accessibly written historical background to the unrest in differing countries." "Political Studies Review""



In their Dispatches from the Arab Spring, Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad have brought together some groundbreaking writings on the unfolding Arab revolutions. The common feature of this set of exquisite reflections is their critical intimacies with the fact and phenomena of the Arab Spring and an abiding commitment to its success and promises. The result is the rare feat of a sober and uplifting read at one and the same time.

--Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University


"The book offers an excellent starting point for further exploration of the tangled trajectories of change that will, ultimately, define the political and economic reordering of the region."--H-Net Reviews

"Lucid, comprehensive, and well-written."--CHOICE

"An informative context and accessibly written historical background to the unrest in differing countries."--Political Studies Review


In their Dispatches from the Arab Spring, Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad have brought together some groundbreaking writings on the unfolding Arab revolutions. The common feature of this set of exquisite reflections is their critical intimacies with the fact and phenomena of the Arab Spring and an abiding commitment to its success and promises. The result is the rare feat of a sober and uplifting read at one and the same time.
--Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University

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