November 12, 2012 @ 6:30pm
Mason Hall, Meese Room
George Mason University
Presented by the Arab Studies Institute (ASI), George Mason University's Public and International Affairs Department, Middle East Studies Program and the Graduate Political Science Society
Jack Censor | The Slow Unexpected can be Expected |
Eric McGlinchey | New Revolutions and Old Autocrats |
Jo-Marie Burt | You Win Some You Lose Some, Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements in Latin America |
David Ericson | What Kind of Revolution was the American Revolution? |
Bassam Haddad | The Arab Uprising: Common Denominators |
Moderated by Peter Balint
Forum on Muslim and Arab Affairs
FAMA is the research arm of the Arab Studies Institute.
Forum on Arab and Muslim Affairs (FAMA) is the research arm of the Arab Studies Institute. It produces and oversees ASI’s research projects on overarching issues related to the Arab and broader Muslim worlds, including the Middle East and North Africa. The forum is the home of ASI's Knowledge Production Project, the Political Economy Project, among others. All FAMA projects are operated by the Arab Studies Institute, a nonprofit organization that produces and scrutinizes knowledge on matters related to the Arab world and its relations.