From Over-Estimation to Under-Estimation: The Trajectory of Political Islam in the MENA Countries
- Start date: 1 January 2011
- End date: 31 December 2014
- Funder: Gerda Henkel Foundation
- Primary investigator: Professor Francesco Cavatorta
- Co-investigators: Dr Hendrik Kraetzschmar; Dr Vincent Durac
Partners and collaborators
University College Dublin
This research project investigated the trajectories of political Islam post-Arab uprisings, focussing specifically on the appropriation of a democracy/rights discourse amongst Islamist movements and actors.
Publications and outputs
Kraetzschmar, H. & P. Rivetti (eds) 2018. Islamists and the Politics of the Arab Uprisings: Governance, Pluralisation and Contention. Edinburgh University Press.
Kraetzschmar, H. and Saleh, A. 2018. 'The Struggle for Power and the 'Secular-Islamist' Binary in Post-Mubarak Egypt', in H. Kraetzschmar and P. Rivetti (eds) Islamists and the Politics of the Arab Uprisings: Governance, Pluralisation and Contention. Edinburgh University Press.
Kraetzschmar, H. & Saleh A. 2015. 'Politicized Identities, Securitized Politics: The Sunni-Shi’a Politics in Egypt and Beyond', The Middle East Journal 69/4, pp. 545-562.