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The Arab Revolutions: Optimism for Tunisia and Egypt with Professor Allen

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Uploaded on Jun 21, 2011

Dr. Roger Allen explains reasons to be optimistic about the outcome of the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia.

Dr. Roger Allen has been an Arabic language and literature professor at the University of Pennsylvania since 1968. This position is actually the oldest professorial post in Arabic (as a separate language in its own right) in the United States, dating back to 1788.

In this series of videos produced by the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Allen provides context and analysis of the Arab revolutions sweeping Africa and the Middle East.

The Arab Revolution Video Series:

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