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The Tunisian uprising, Ennahdha, and the revival of an Arab-Islamic Identity

Abstract:

In the new landscape of Tunisian politics shaped by the 2011 uprising it became commonplace to accuse the leaders of the Islamist movement Ennahdha of resorting to a divisive politics of identity. It seemed to their critics that Ennahdha's promotion of what it called 'Arab-Islamic identity' was an opportunistic sleight-of-hand intended to appropriate a successful popular uprising that had never been of their making...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
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Accepted manuscript

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, HUM, Oriental Studies Faculty
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Publisher:
Rowman and Littlefield International Publisher's website
Pages:
157-176
Host title:
Political Identities and Popular Uprisings in the Middle East
Publication date:
2016-04-01
URN:
uuid:df71457a-ec8f-4358-b61d-86bec63f10bb
Source identifiers:
616013
Local pid:
pubs:616013
ISBN-10:
1783484489
ISBN-13:
978-1783484485

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