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MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD IN THE MIDDLE EAST - BETWEEN REVOLUTIONS, DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS AND NEW REALITIES (video)

MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD IN THE MIDDLE EAST

BETWEEN REVOLUTIONS, DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS AND NEW REALITIES

Thursday 7 June 2018
6pm-9pm
Central London
 

Speakers:

Dr Gillian Kennedy -- Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, King’s College London; author, From Independence to Revolution - Egypt's Islamists and the Contest for Power.

Courtney Freer -- Research Officer at the Kuwait Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science

Dr Azzam Tamimi -- Author and commentator, his books include Power-Sharing Islam (1993), Islam & Secularism in the Middle East (2000), Rachid Ghannouchi: a Democrat within Islamism (2001) and Hamas: Unwritten Chapters (2006).

Dr Barbara Zollner -- Lecturer in Middle East Politics at Birkbeck, University of London. Author, The Muslim Brotherhood: Hasan al-Hudaybi and Ideology (2007).

Dr Maha Azzam -- Formerly with Chatham House, she leads the Egyptian Revolutionary Council and was an advisor on the British Academy for Humanities and Social Sciences' MENA panel.

Dr Anas Altikriti -- CEO, The Cordoba Foundation

Monica Marks -- Visiting Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations.

All welcome

 

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