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Middle East Law and Governance (MELG) is a peer-reviewed journal for scholarly analysis on issues pertaining to governance and social, economic, and ideological transformation in the MENA region. On the MELG podcast, we talk to the journal's contributors about their work and current events in the region. The podcast is hosted by MELG advisory board member, Ezra Karmel.
 
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In this episode, Ezra speaks with Jillian Schwedler about her new book, "Protesting Jordan: Geographies of Power and Dissent". She discusses the relationship between space and protest – and the long history of protest in the Kingdom.Bởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, Meriem Guetat and Meriem Agrebi discuss governance in Tunisia amidst Covid-19, highlighting what the situation tells us about the narrative of Tunisia’s democratic exceptionalism following the 2011 revolution. The podcast revolves around the recent article that they co-wrote as part of part of MELG’s recent special issue on governa…
 
In this episode, we speak with Mona Harb and Ahmad Gharbieh about the varying modalities of Covid governance in Lebanon. We discuss the different responses of sectarian and non-sectarian actors to the pandemic and how they played out geographically.The podcast revolves around the recent article that they co-wrote with Mona Fawaz and Luna Dayekh. Th…
 
In this episode, we speak with Jan Völkel and Paul Esber about their new special issue, "Parliaments in the Middle East and North Africa: A Struggle for Relevance”.You can read the issue here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/13/3/melg.13.issue-3.xmlBởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, we speak with Erika Biagini and Lucia Ardovini about continuity and change in the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood since the 2013 coup. The discussion draws from a recent MELG special issue co-edited by Lucia and Erika: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/13/2/melg.13.issue-2.xmlBởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, we speak with Jacob Mundy about the decade of unrest since the revolution in Libya and the encouraging recent establishment of the Government of National Unity. The podcast draws both from Jacob's 2018 book (Libya) and the recent MELG special collection he edited on Libya's protracted interregnum: https://brill.com/view/journals/me…
 
In this episode, we speak with Rima Majed about the "double liminality" that Lebanon has experience as a result of a year of protest and pandemic. The podcast draws from Rima's recent article in MELG: Living Revolution, Financial Collapse and Pandemic in Beirut: Notes on Temporality, Spatiality, and “Double Liminality”. It is available here: https:…
 
In this podcast, we speak with Ibrahim Halawi and Bassel Salloukh about their upcoming field note, which reflects on the Gramscian dilemma that anti-sectarian, post-war protests in Lebanon have faced. The field note being discussed is not yet published, but Ibrahim’s earlier article mentioned in the podcast can be found here: https://onlinelibrary.…
 
In this episode, we speak with Haala Hweio about the history of Libyan branch of the Muslim Brotherhood and its important for the future of the global movement.The discussion focuses on Hala's recent article in MELG, which can be found in advanced copy here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/aop/article-10.1163-18763375-01202001/article-10.1163-…
 
In this episode, we speak with Bozena Welborne about her upcoming article in MELG, "On Their Own? Women Running as Independent Candidates in the Middle East, in which she examines the growing number of women running as independent electoral candidates in the Middle East.Bởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, we speak with José Ciro Martínez about his 2018 MELG article, "Site of Resistance or Apparatus of Acquiescence? Tactics at the Bakery" as well as some more recent develops in Jordan around bread politics and COVID-19.Martinez's article (which is open access) is available here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/10/2/article-p160_…
 
In this episode, we speak with Joas Wagemakers about the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, its historical evolution, and the splits that have emerged within the movement. Joas recently published an article in MELG focusing specifically on the divergent responses of the Brotherhood to the "Arab Spring". The article is available here: https://brill.com/v…
 
In this episode, we speak with Annelle Sheline about her recent article in which she demonstrates how Middle East monarchies have used the label of "moderate" as a reputation strategy. Her article is available to read here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/12/1/article-p109_109.xmlBởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, we speak with Michelle Weitzel about soundscapes, affect, emotions, the Arab Uprisings, and her recent article in MELG: "Engineering Affect: Street Politics and Microfoundations of Governance", which can be found here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/11/2/article-p203_203.xmlBởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, we talk with AUB's Dr. Carmen Geha about the resilience of the power sharing system in Lebanon and the effects of the current protests on that system. Dr. Geha wrote an article about the resilience of the power sharing system for MELG, which can be accessed here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/11/1/article-p65_65.xml…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are joined by Dr. Simon Mabon to discusses sectarianism and his recent article in MELG where he focuses on the regulation of sect-based identities in Bahrain and Iraq. The article can be found here: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/11/3/article-p283_283.xmlBởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Anver Emon to Discuss prevalent approaches to studying Islam and Muslims and his suggested way forward. He recently authored a fieldnote on this topic for MELG: https://brill.com/view/journals/melg/11/3/article-p347_347.xmlBởi Middle East Law & Governance Podcast
 
Our tenth and final podcast in this series, hosted by Sally Mutoko and Omar Sharief, discusses the provisions surrounding termination for cause under the new DIFC Employment Law. To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here - lnkd.in/ffft8sS
 
Episode nine, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, we talk about employers obligations to provide employees with a written contract under the new DIFC Employment Law. To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here - lnkd.in/ffft8sS
 
In our eighth podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Omar Sharief, we talk about the provisions concerning working hours during the holy month of Ramadan under the new DIFC Employment Law. To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here - lnkd.in/ffft8sS
 
In our seventh podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri, we talk about the newly enacted obligations regarding the cancellation of residency visas under the new DIFC Employment Law. To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here - lnkd.in/ffft8sS
 
Our fifth podcast, hosted by Shiraz Sethi and Omar Sharief, talks about the new requirement imposed on to employers to provide employees with a written statement of the reasons for their termination under the new DIFC Employment Law. . To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here - lnkd.in/ffft8sS…
 
As part of our 'Out with the old… in the with new' campaign, in our first Employment Law podcast Shiraz Sethi and Nicolas Pieri discuss the enactment of the new DIFC Employment Law and the 90 days implementation period. To read the full version of the new DIFC Employment Law please click here - https://lnkd.in/ffft8sS…
 
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