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Publications [#320248] of Maha Houssami

Papers Published

  1. Houssami, M; Orfali, B; Siblini, R, An Uprising in Teaching Arabic Language (July, 2016), pp. 1-12, Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities .
    (last updated on 2020/01/29)

    Abstract:
    The working paper series “Academia in Transformation” aims to provide an insightful and illuminating view of the transformation of the academic landscape in the aftermaths of the uprisings in the MENA region. The events that started in 2010 in Tunisia have certainly reshaped the language of agents and scholars, contributed to a shift in study focus and sometimes challenged dominant theoretical approaches such as those on change and stability in the region. At the same time, many of the academic developments that have taken place in the context of the “Arab Spring” both reflect and accelerate global trends.


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