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Arab Nationalism, Islamism and the Arab Uprising

Middle East Centre Arab Uprisings lecture series

Date: Wednesday 30 November 2011 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue:  New Theatre, East Building
Speaker: Professor Sadik Al Azm

This event was originally scheduled to take place on Monday 28 November.

Al-Azm, one of the Middle East's most notable contemporary thinkers, will reflect on the effects of the Arab uprisings on Arab nationalism and Islamist movements.

Sadik Al Azm is emeritus professor of modern European philosophy at the University of Damascus.

Suggested hashtag for this event for Twitter users: #lseuprising

This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis. For any queries email events@lse.ac.uk or call 020 7955 6043.



A trancript of Professor Sadik Al Azm's speech is available to download. Download 'Arab Nationalism, Islamism and the Arab Uprising' (PDF - should be viewed in Internet Explorer or Firefox).


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