DOI:​10.5130/CSR.V20I1.3203
Corpus ID: 142983463
Assembling a revolution: Graffiti, Cairo and the Arab spring
J. Lennon
Published 2014
Sociology

Cultural studies review
This essay examines the ways revolutionary desire was articulated and interpreted through graffiti in Cairo, Egypt during the Arab Spring and its immediate aftermath. For writers in Cairo, graffiti… Expand
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