Consuming Revolution: Ethics, Art and Ambivalence in the Arab Spring

Nancy Demerdash

Abstract


The scenes from the momentous spring of 2011 are all too familiar to us now: masses of people crowding the streets of downtown metropolises, holding up signs, waving their flags, proudly marking what is theirs—their nation—and what deserves to be theirs—a civil democracy. These reclamations have been appropriately dubbed by many in the Arabic press as “dignity revolutions.”


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29311/nmes.v2i0.2616

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