FREE LECTURE: Arab Spring, Non-Arab reactions
|Arab Spring, Non-Arab reactions : Public Lecture by Professor Ehud Toledano on reactions by non-Arabs to the Arab Spring
Ehud Toledano is a Professor of Ottoman and Middle Eastern History, and the Director of the Graduate School of Historical Studies at Tel-Aviv University, Israel. Previously, he held the role as Head of the University’s History Department. He is a leading Israeli academic specializing in Turkey and the Ottoman legacy as well as
contemporary Middle Eastern politics.
He holds a Princeton PhD (1979), and has occupied teaching and research positions at the University of Oxford, University of Pennsylvania, and UCLA. Among his books are The Ottoman Slave Trade and Its Suppression, 1840- 1890,
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982 (also published in Turkish),State and Society in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Egypt, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Slavery and Abolition in the Ottoman Middle East, Seattle: University of
Washington Press, 1998 and As If Silent and Absent: Bonds of Enslavement in the Islamic Middle East, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007.
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