- Reflections on Tunisia’s State Building History and Contemporary
- Democratization Experience
- On Memory, Remembering and Mourning in the Maghrib Since the Tunisian Revolution
- “Willis from Tunis, 10 ans et toujours vivant!” – Entretien avec Nadia Khiari
Elsewhere, Mounir Saidani and Thierry Brésillon explore hopes of a new revolution through large-scale popular movements, and fears of a counter-revolution by the state’s elites, while Khdadija Mohsen-Finan and Olfa Mamoun wonder about the legacies of the revolution.
Widening its focus to the wider region, the latest special issue of Confluences Méditerrannée brings together research on “revolutions and counter-revolutions” focusing on political transformations in Algeria, Morocco, Egypt and Lybia.
The DREAM research project (DRafting and Enacting the Revolutions in the Arab Mediterranean. In Search for Dignity – from the 1950’s until today) has made their recently published L’Esprit de la révolte: Archives et des révolutions arabes (edited by Leyla Dakhli) available on their website. Contributors Kmar Bendana and Elena Chiti discuss the project and questions around the Tunisia revolution and its archives on Le Cours de l’Histoire.