Performing democracy in Iraq and South Africa : gender, media, and resistance /
How do individuals in the Middle East and Africa use blogs and performances to protest injustice and to voice their desire for democracy? Reflecting twenty years of research and experience after working with guerilla fighters in the Kurdish region of Iraq, refugees in Iran, interreligious groups in...
|Published:||Syracuse, New York : Syracuse University Press, 2013.|
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