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Southern Algerian regions have been silent during the first phases of country national edification project. In the last decades, however, voices claiming more justice have emerged in challenging one of the national foundations, i.e., ‘the November generation.’ This article takes up the newly created unemployed movement and analyses the junctures between its southern expression and the problematization of the monumentality of the ‘November generation’ by showing how the Southern periphery challenges Algerian nation –building discourse and how it brings forwards claims on justice and political participation.

In: Protests and Generations: Legacies and Emergences in the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean
In: Matatu