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Submissions from 2019

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Kasbah 3, Kais Saied, and The Construction of a Post-Revolutionary Political Paradigm in Tunisia, AJ Braverman, Brown University

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Working for the Worker? A Study of the Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail (UGTT), Ava Erfani, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Khookha McQueer: Advocacy for Non-Binary Queerness and LGBTQI+ Representation in Tunisia, Jake Gomez, Colgate University

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Nationalizing Services for the Trans-National: How Sub-Saharan Migrants Navigate Healthcare Access in Tunisia, Batoul Hasan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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A Study of Stambeli in Digital Media, Nneka Mogbo, Wofford College

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Home and Healing in the In-Between: Migrant and Refugee Mental Health in Tunisia, Donia Torabian, Brown University

Submissions from 2018

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Art in Tunisian LGBTQI++ NGOs, Emma Cooney, Boston University

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The Draw of Revolution: Returning to Tunisia, Stephen Garrett, Georgetown University

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Rebuilding Tunisia, One Artist at a Time, Caitlin Kelley, Oberlin College

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Tunisia’s Inaugural Municipal Elections: A Comparative Analysis of Independent Lists in La Marsa, Danielle Ziegelheim, Washington University in St. Louis

Submissions from 2017

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Staring Down Street Harassment: Women’s perspectives of street harassment in Tunisia, Aliya Jessa, Bowdoin College

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Water Injustice in Jendouba Governorate, Wilder McCoy, University of South Sewanee