Arab Studies Institute
Washington DC - Beirut
Arab Uprisings Brown Bag Lecture Series: From Dictatorship to Constituent Assembly: What Comes After the October Elections in Tunisia
By Douja Mamelouk
11/22/2011 07:00 am
Location: George Mason University, Research Hall, Room 162.
The Arab Studies Institute (ASI) and George Mason University's Middle East Studies Program present Arab Uprisings Brown Bag Lecture Series: "From Dictatorship to Constituent Assembly: What Comes After the October Elections in Tunisia" on November 21, 2011, at 12 PM, at George Mason University, Research Hall, Room 162.
Dr. Douja Mamelouk was born in Tunis, Tunisia. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and French Literature from Willamette University, Salem Oregon (1998), a Master of Arts in Middle Eastern Studies from the American University in Cairo (2000) and a certificate in Sustainable Development from the University of the Middle East in Casablanca, Morocco (2000). She received her Ph.D. in Arabic Language, Literature and Linguistics from Georgetown University (2010). She has taught at Georgetown University, Catholic University and the George Washington University, all in the District of Columbia. Douja is currently an Assistant Professor of Arabic and French Literature at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.