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Contents Volume 8, No. 1 Articles The Question of Education in the 2014 Tunisian Constitution: Article 39 and its Ambiguous Values 1 Oren Fliegelman Co-optation Reconsidered: Authoritarian Regime Legitimation Strategies in the Jordanian “Arab Spring” 32 Maria Josua The Declaration of Independence as a Transitional Constitution: The Case of Israel 57 Michal Tamir Essay From Palestine to Syria: Three Intifadas and Lessons for Popular Struggles 91 Wendy Pearlman Review Essay Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood, and Peter G. Danchin (Eds.), Politics of Religious Freedom 105 Jessica L. Radin Volume 8, nos. 2–3 Special Issue Hegemony, Power and Truth in Post-revolutionary Tunisia Articles The Struggle for Meanings and Power in Tunisia after the Revolution 119 Nadia Marzouki and Hamza Meddeb From Revolution to Tunisianité: Who is the Tunisian People? Creating Hegemony through Compromise 131 Sami Zemni Discourses of Power and State Formation: The State of Emergency from Protectorate to Post-uprising Tunisia 151 Corinna Mullin and Brahim Rouabah The Hegemonic Bourguibist Discourse on Modernity in Post-revolutionary Tunisia 179 Mathilde Zederman ‘La Femme’ Before and After the Tunisian Uprising: (Dis)continuities in the Configuration of Women in the Truth Regime of ‘Tunisianité’ 201 Loes Debuysere Becoming a Decision-maker in the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Middle East Law and Governance Brill

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Middle East Law and Governance , Volume 8 (2-3): 311 – Nov 28, 2016

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© 2016 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1876-3367
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Volume 8, No. 1 Articles The Question of Education in the 2014 Tunisian Constitution: Article 39 and its Ambiguous Values 1 Oren Fliegelman Co-optation Reconsidered: Authoritarian Regime Legitimation Strategies in the Jordanian “Arab Spring” 32 Maria Josua The Declaration of Independence as a Transitional Constitution: The Case of Israel 57 Michal Tamir Essay From Palestine to Syria: Three Intifadas and Lessons for Popular Struggles 91 Wendy Pearlman Review Essay Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood, and Peter G. Danchin (Eds.), Politics of Religious Freedom 105 Jessica L. Radin Volume 8, nos. 2–3 Special Issue Hegemony, Power and Truth in Post-revolutionary Tunisia Articles The Struggle for Meanings and Power in Tunisia after the Revolution 119 Nadia Marzouki and Hamza Meddeb From Revolution to Tunisianité: Who is the Tunisian People? Creating Hegemony through Compromise 131 Sami Zemni Discourses of Power and State Formation: The State of Emergency from Protectorate to Post-uprising Tunisia 151 Corinna Mullin and Brahim Rouabah The Hegemonic Bourguibist Discourse on Modernity in Post-revolutionary Tunisia 179 Mathilde Zederman ‘La Femme’ Before and After the Tunisian Uprising: (Dis)continuities in the Configuration of Women in the Truth Regime of ‘Tunisianité’ 201 Loes Debuysere Becoming a Decision-maker in the

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Published: Nov 28, 2016

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