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Submissions from 2016

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"With My People": Tunisia’s LGBT NGOs and Activists, Meagan Burt, University of North Texas

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Life in the Collective Era: How Land Cooperatives Tried (and Failed) to Promote Local-National Integration in Tunisia, Isaiah Sciford, Washington University in St. Louis

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Special Education in Tunisia: A Case Study in Social Entrepreneurship, Kaitlan Shaub, College of William and Mary

Submissions from 2015

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Witnesses to Revolution, Colleen Cassingham, Northwestern University

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Refuse and the Revolution: Perceptions of Trash and Litter Among Urban Tunisians and the Value of Public Space, Ryan Fajardo, Williams College

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Women in Transition: Fighting Mentalities And Ensuring Political Participation in Post-revolutionary Tunisia, Hayley Schultz, Hope College

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Marriage Culture in Tunisia: Post-Independence to Post-Revolution Shifts, Emma Wilder Conover-Crockett, Kenyon College

Submissions from 2014

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Social Media & Revolution: The Importance of the Internet in Tunisia’s Uprising, Aamna Dhillon, New College of Florida

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Challenging Tunisia’s Homogenous Arabness:Post-Revolutionary Civil Society Activismfor the ‘Invisible’ Tunisian Amazigh, Xavier A. Torres de Janon, Hampshire College

Submissions from 2013

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To Vote or Not to Vote: Youth Political Agency in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia, Sarah Dickson, Colgate University

Submissions from 2012

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Les Oubliés de l’Histoire: Perceptions of Harkis and Community Awareness, Lauren Gilbert, Muhlenberg College

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I Can Show You the World: Surveillance and Introspection in Tunisian Medinas., Rachel Hagler, Williams College

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Women in Post Revolutionary Tunisia: Political Inclusion and Prospects for the Future, Courtney Joline, George Washington University

Submissions from 2011

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Zenga Zenga, Tente Tente: Can Tunisian Humanitarian Efforts Save and Preserve the Ideals of the Revolution?, Ava Hess, Columbia University

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Duality in Bouazizi: Appraising the Contradiction, Alec Jacobson, Amherst College

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The Revolutionary Art: Street Art Before and After the Tunisian Revolution, Nicholas Korody, Vassar College

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Women’s Organizations in Tunisia: Transforming Feminist Discourse in a Transitioning State, Caitlin Mulrine, Denison University

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Post-Revolutionary Effects: Political Self-Education of Tunisian Youth, Erica Zarlenga, Loyola University Chicago

Submissions from 2009

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“Fusion” Musics and Tunisian Identity in the Age of the Global Stereo, Rachel Colwell, Oberlin College

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The Secrets and History of the Madaniyya Sufi of Ksibet al-Mediouni, Tunisia, Ryan Heisler, Brandeis University

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Globalization’s Impact on Identity Through Billboard Advertisements, Sarah Hogan, Dickinson College

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Comparative Medinas: Complexity and Contradiction in Tourist Spaces in Tunisia, Maxwell E. Loos, Macalester College

Submissions from 2008

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A Portrait of Perseverance: A Glimpse Into the Life of One Family in Edehara, Tunisia, Kathryn Graves Tindell, Butler University

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Global Advertising and its Implications on the Concept of Spatial Identity: A Case Study of Urban Billboard Advertising in Tunis, Kristen Hackett, Connecticut College

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Code-Switching Among Tunisian Women and its Impact on Identity, Krista Moore, Macalester College