[EVENT] After the Arab Spring: Prospects and Perils

[EVENT] After the Arab Spring: Prospects and Perils

Next Wednesday, February 6 at 6 p.m., Dissent co-editor Michael Walzer and New York Review of Books contributor Yasmine El Rashidi will speak about the state of the Arab Spring. The discussion will take place in the Elebash Recital Hall at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue (between 34th and 35th St.), New York, NY.

More info from the CUNY Center for the Humanities:

“The wave of populist uprisings that, two years ago, rocked the Middle East upended brittle autocracies and raised hopes for meaningful democratization in the region. But today, the problems facing the region have grown increasingly complex, and the initial flush of enthusiasm has given way to realism and resignation. Join two eminent writers and experts on the region, Yasmine El Rashidi and Michael Walzer, as they seek to illuminate these vexed political circumstances with an eye toward what the future portends.

Cosponsored by the PhD program in Comparative Literature and the Writer’s Institute.”

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