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Published on Feb 11, 2011
On February 9, 2011, Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for Peace Studies held a public panel discussion about recent events in the Middle East and examined the implications for nonviolent social change and the realignment of political dynamics in the region.
Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding
Asher Kaufman, associate professor of history and peace studies
David Cortright, director of policy studies
Atalia Omer, assistant professor of religion, conflict and peace studies (moderator).
More information about Kroc Institute research and degrees in peace studies for undergraduate, master's and doctoral students is available at kroc.nd.edu.
Full title: "Democratic Revolution in the Middle East? The Rise of Civil Disobedience in Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, and Beyond"