Abstract Since the Arab uprisings began in 2010, some communities have experienced increased levels of violence or insecurity on the basis of their ethnic, religious, or linguistic identity. This article examines how such communities have mobilized and developed their media strategies in order to protect themselves and adapt to their changing …Read More »
Elizabeth Monier is a Leverhulme Fellow in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge. She is also a Research Associate at Darwin College, Cambridge and an Associate Fellow at the German Institute of Global and Area Studies in Hamburg (GIGA). She specializes in the modern history, politics and culture of the Middle East with an emphasis on examining Arabic narratives of identity and practices of inclusion/exclusion. She completed her PhD in Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge in 2011.