Saturday, November 19 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Clark 9 (Floor 7)

Session 140
Theorizing and Historicizing Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Actors: Lessons from Modern and Contemporary Revolutions

Chair: Isaac Reed, University of Virginia
Discussant: Isaac Ariail Reed, University of Virginia

1. Lebanon’s Thawra against Sectarian Neoliberalism: Neo-Liberal Subject as Contradictory Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary ActorRima Majed, The American University of Beirut.

2. Agentic, Spatialized, and a Gambler: Historical Ethnographic Approach to Contingency and Revolutionary Actors in the Egyptian Revolution of 2011Atef Said, University of Illinois-Chicago.

3. Nationalist Revolutions and Counter-Revolutions: Changing Structures, Agencies and Ideologies, 1492-PresentSahan Savas Karatasli, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

4. The Egyptian Army and the Muslim Brotherhood's Relations in Cycles: 1952-2013Sara Tonsy, IREMAM and Mesopolhis, Institut d'études politiques, Aix-en-Provence.

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