Webinar: Hegemony, domination, corruption, and regime's resilience in the Middle East.
Understanding the social question in the Middle East and North Africa
Session 2 - Hegemony, domination, corruption, and regime's resilience in the Middle East.
Date: Thursday 8 December at 4pm (Beirut time).
Pr. Gilbert Achcar (SOAS, University of London)
The session will be moderated by:
Dr. Michele Scala (Centre for Social Sciences Research and Action)
The second session of this webinar cycle will discuss the research of Pr. Gilbert Achcar on the relations between hegemony, domination, corruption and regime’s resilience in the Middle East. The resilience of the “Arab political order” in the face of social movements poses the question of hegemony and its tools, questioning the role of repression, coercion and corruption. Ultimately, the webinar aims at understanding the regimes’ resilience key factors and the conditions for successful revolutionary change.
The webinar is part of the thematic cycle “Understanding the social question in the Middle East and North Africa” by The Centre for Social Sciences Research and Action. By undertaking a historical and political survey of the progressive reconfigurations of the social question in the region, this webinar series wishes to contribute to better understand the construction of social justice demands in contemporary Middle East and North Africa. More about this series here.
Date and time: Thursday 8 December at 4pm (Beirut time).
Language: This webinar will be held in English. Interpretation to Arabic will be available.
Registration: The webinar will be hosted on zoom. Register on this link: https://bit.ly/3AIhyJ8
Submit your questions to the speakers ahead of the webinar on the same link!