On Historicism, the Aporia of Time and the Arab Revolutions

in Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication
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The proposed intervention is borne out of intellectual frustration and dissatisfaction with facile and largely descriptive chronometric analyses of the ‘Arab Spring’, that have failed to articulate the revolutions beyond their chaotic, unfolding eventfulness. Focusing on and grappling with key themes such as history, historicism, modernity, post-modernity, technology, art and poetics, this intervention describes key responses to the Arab revolutions and asks what it means to fight for modernity in post-modern times?

On Historicism, the Aporia of Time and the Arab Revolutions

in Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

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