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Mouldi Lahmar

Mouldi Lahmar is Professor of Sociology at the Université de Tunis, but currently in Doha at the Institute for Graduate Studies. He completed his graduate studies at l'Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris, where he studied rural sociology. His studies focus on political phenomena in North Africa and include The  Tunisian Revolution: the Local Detonator Examined by the Social Sciences , Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, 2014, and On the Tunisian Revolution , Art-Print, 2011, among others.

Research areas:  Middle East and North Africa

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This other hidden face of the Tunisian revolution: its rurality
 tunis market_damian entwistle_with CC licence from Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0 Mouldi Lahmar 25 June 2015
In this analysis Mouldi Lahmar aims to show that the Tunisian revolution had a strong rural aspect. The consequences of this underestimation are likely to emerge in years to come. more  

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