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The Resource Islamists and the politics of the Arab uprisings : governance, pluralisation and contention, edited by Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Paola Rivetti

Islamists and the politics of the Arab uprisings : governance, pluralisation and contention, edited by Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Paola Rivetti

Label
Islamists and the politics of the Arab uprisings : governance, pluralisation and contention
Title
Islamists and the politics of the Arab uprisings
Title remainder
governance, pluralisation and contention
Statement of responsibility
edited by Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Paola Rivetti
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"What role does political Islam play in the genealogy of protests as an instrument to resist neo-liberalism and authoritarian rule? How can we account for the internal conflicts among Islamist players after the 2011/2012 Arab uprisings? How can we assess the performance of Islamist parties in power? What geopolitical reconfigurations have the uprisings created, and what opportunities have arisen for Islamists to claim a stronger political role in domestic and regional politics? These questions are addressed in this book, which looks at the dynamics in place during the aftermath of the Arab uprisings in a wide range of countries across the Middle East and North Africa"--Back cover
Cataloging source
YDX
Dewey number
909.097492708312
Index
index present
LC call number
  • JQ1850.A91
  • BP173.7
LC item number
  • I846 2018
  • .I7745 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Kraetzschmar, Hendrik
  • Rivetti, Paola
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Arab Spring, 2010-
  • Islam and politics
  • Islam and politics
  • Islam and politics
  • Islamic fundamentalism
  • Islamic fundamentalism
  • Islamic fundamentalism
  • Arab countries
  • Middle East
  • Africa, North
  • Arab Spring (2010-)
  • Politics and government
  • Islamic fundamentalism
  • Islam and politics
  • Middle East
  • Africa, North
  • Arab countries
  • Arabischer Frühling
  • Fundamentalismus
  • Islam
  • Arabische Staaten
  • Nordafrika
Label
Islamists and the politics of the Arab uprisings : governance, pluralisation and contention, edited by Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Paola Rivetti
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Islamic and Islamist women activists in Qatar post-Arab uprisings : implications for the study of refusal and citizenship
  • Wanda Krause and Melissa Finn
  • Is Islamism accommodating neo-liberalism? The case of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
  • Angela Joya
  • A critique from within : the Islamic left in Turkey and the AKP's neo-liberal economics
  • Nazlı Çağın Bilgili and Hendrik Kraetzschmar
  • Rise and endurance : moderate Islamists and electoral politics in the aftermath of the 'Moroccan Spring'
  • Mohammed Masbah
  • Does participation lead to Moderation? Understanding changes in the Egyptian Islamist parties post-Arab Spring
  • Barbara Zollner
  • Political Islam and the Arab uprisings
  • Islamist political societies in Bahrain : collateral victims of the 2011 popular uprising
  • Marc Valeri
  • Kuwait's Islamist proto-parties and the Arab uprisings : between opposition, pragmatism and the pursuit of cross-ideological cooperation
  • Luciano Zaccara, Courtney Freer and Hendrik Kraetzschmar
  • Secular forms of politicised Islam in Tunisia : the constitutional democratic rally and Nida' Tunis
  • Anne Wolf
  • Political parties and secular-Islamist polarisation in post-Mubarak Egypt
  • Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Alam Saleh
  • The complexity of Tunisian Islamism : conflicts and rivalries over the role of religion in politics
  • Francesco Cavatorta
  • Paola Rivetti and Hendrik Kraetzschmar
  • The reconfiguration of the Egyptian Islamist Social Movement Family after two political transitions
  • Jerôme Drevon
  • Iraq's Shi'a Islamists after the uprisings : the impact of intra-sectarian tensions and relations with Iran
  • Ibrahim al-Marashi
  • The impact of Islamist trajectories on the international relations of the Post-2011 Middle East
  • Katerina Dalacoura
  • Islamism in Yemen : from Ansar Allah to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
  • Vincent Durac
  • Sectarianism and civil conflict in Syria : reconfigurations of a reluctant issue
  • Souhail Belhadj and Laura Ruiz de Elvira Carrascal
  • Participation not domination : Morsi on an impossible mission?
  • Out of the ashes : the rise of an anti-sectarian discourse in post-2011 Iraq
  • Chérine Chams El-Dine
  • Conclusion : new directions in the study of Islamist politics
  • Jillian Schwedler
  • Mariz Tadros
  • Governing after Protests : the case for political participation in post-2009 Iran
  • Paola Rivetti and Alam Saleh
  • The group that wanted to be a state : the 'rebel governance' of the Islamic State
  • Truls Hallberg Tønnessen
Control code
1012757696
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xvii, 389 pages
Isbn
9781474419284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1012757696
Label
Islamists and the politics of the Arab uprisings : governance, pluralisation and contention, edited by Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Paola Rivetti
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Islamic and Islamist women activists in Qatar post-Arab uprisings : implications for the study of refusal and citizenship
  • Wanda Krause and Melissa Finn
  • Is Islamism accommodating neo-liberalism? The case of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
  • Angela Joya
  • A critique from within : the Islamic left in Turkey and the AKP's neo-liberal economics
  • Nazlı Çağın Bilgili and Hendrik Kraetzschmar
  • Rise and endurance : moderate Islamists and electoral politics in the aftermath of the 'Moroccan Spring'
  • Mohammed Masbah
  • Does participation lead to Moderation? Understanding changes in the Egyptian Islamist parties post-Arab Spring
  • Barbara Zollner
  • Political Islam and the Arab uprisings
  • Islamist political societies in Bahrain : collateral victims of the 2011 popular uprising
  • Marc Valeri
  • Kuwait's Islamist proto-parties and the Arab uprisings : between opposition, pragmatism and the pursuit of cross-ideological cooperation
  • Luciano Zaccara, Courtney Freer and Hendrik Kraetzschmar
  • Secular forms of politicised Islam in Tunisia : the constitutional democratic rally and Nida' Tunis
  • Anne Wolf
  • Political parties and secular-Islamist polarisation in post-Mubarak Egypt
  • Hendrik Kraetzschmar and Alam Saleh
  • The complexity of Tunisian Islamism : conflicts and rivalries over the role of religion in politics
  • Francesco Cavatorta
  • Paola Rivetti and Hendrik Kraetzschmar
  • The reconfiguration of the Egyptian Islamist Social Movement Family after two political transitions
  • Jerôme Drevon
  • Iraq's Shi'a Islamists after the uprisings : the impact of intra-sectarian tensions and relations with Iran
  • Ibrahim al-Marashi
  • The impact of Islamist trajectories on the international relations of the Post-2011 Middle East
  • Katerina Dalacoura
  • Islamism in Yemen : from Ansar Allah to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
  • Vincent Durac
  • Sectarianism and civil conflict in Syria : reconfigurations of a reluctant issue
  • Souhail Belhadj and Laura Ruiz de Elvira Carrascal
  • Participation not domination : Morsi on an impossible mission?
  • Out of the ashes : the rise of an anti-sectarian discourse in post-2011 Iraq
  • Chérine Chams El-Dine
  • Conclusion : new directions in the study of Islamist politics
  • Jillian Schwedler
  • Mariz Tadros
  • Governing after Protests : the case for political participation in post-2009 Iran
  • Paola Rivetti and Alam Saleh
  • The group that wanted to be a state : the 'rebel governance' of the Islamic State
  • Truls Hallberg Tønnessen
Control code
1012757696
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xvii, 389 pages
Isbn
9781474419284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1012757696

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