Youth and Revolution in Tunisia (African Arguments)
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Interdisciplinary scholar Alcinda Honwana tackles these three questions head-on in Youth and Revolution in Tunisia. She does so by going right to the source, interviewing young people across the country, in cities and smaller towns, across class and region. Honwana has written extensively on youth, political conflict, and social change in the Global South, with particular focus on African nations. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.
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Lina Ben Mhenni started a blog, "A Tunisian Girl," in , documenting her recovery from an organ transplant and successful competition in the World Transplant Games. In , she came to Tufts as a Fulbright scholar, where she taught Arabic. Slowly she began to use the blog as an international platform to advocate for human rights, free speech, and against Internet censorship. In April , the government raided her home, confiscating her computer and cameras.
Youth & Revolution In Tunisia
When protests began in late [End Page ] December in Sidi Bouzid and Kasserine after an underemployed youth street vendor set himself on fire to protest government harassment and incompetence, Lina Ben Mhenni and other civil society activists descended on the towns to join. Excerpts from Honwana's interviews pepper each chapter. It cannot be overstated how refreshing this body of evidence is: Honwana's work opens up an entirely fresh vista for English speakers to think about the factors driving the origins and internal communications of participants in this region-wide uprising.
Further, the wide array of youth she engaged leaps off the page: Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.