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SEPADPod With Ruba Ali Al Hassani

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On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Ruba Ali Al Hassani, post doctoral research fellow at Lancaster University. Ruba is the author of a number of articles, chapters and opinion pieces including the wonderful 'Storytelling: Restorative Approaches to Post-2003 Iraq Peacebuilding' in the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding. Ruba was also a fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy where she authored a number of pieces including the battle for state sovereignty. timep.org/commentary/analysis/…r-state-sovereignty/. She tweets @RubaAlHassani. On this episode, Simon and Ruba speak about engaging in political questions from different disciplinary backgrounds, the importance of story telling, protests and much more. Here's a reference to the chapter discussed in the podcast. Ruba Ali Al-Hassani (forthcoming 2021) "Iraq's October Revolution: Between Structures of Patriarchy and Emotion", Palgrave Handbook on Communication and Gender in MENA. Please do like, share and subscribe in all the usual ways. We even have a jingle now (thanks Eddie) so we’re contractually obliged to ask you to do this.
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On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Ruba Ali Al Hassani, post doctoral research fellow at Lancaster University. Ruba is the author of a number of articles, chapters and opinion pieces including the wonderful 'Storytelling: Restorative Approaches to Post-2003 Iraq Peacebuilding' in the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding. Ruba was also a fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy where she authored a number of pieces including the battle for state sovereignty. timep.org/commentary/analysis/…r-state-sovereignty/. She tweets @RubaAlHassani. On this episode, Simon and Ruba speak about engaging in political questions from different disciplinary backgrounds, the importance of story telling, protests and much more. Here's a reference to the chapter discussed in the podcast. Ruba Ali Al-Hassani (forthcoming 2021) "Iraq's October Revolution: Between Structures of Patriarchy and Emotion", Palgrave Handbook on Communication and Gender in MENA. Please do like, share and subscribe in all the usual ways. We even have a jingle now (thanks Eddie) so we’re contractually obliged to ask you to do this.
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