(dot)security | A space by JACOPO FRANCESCHINI What if an artificial intelligence is aiming to control humanity and only a big tech visionary multi-millionaire and an FBI agent want to […]
GIACOMO MARIA ARRIGO COMMENTARY #26 • APRIL 2021 Edward Said’s Orientalism (first edition, 1978) is still provoking the debate on what Orient is (or, better, whether such a thing has ever existed) […]
On April 28, we are going to discuss on the role of street art during the Arab Springs.
(dot)history | A space by MANUEL D’ELIA On April 6, 1917, the United States declared war on Germany and officially entered World War I. President Woodrow Wilson won the support […]
AYOUB EL HASNAOUY INSIGHT #11 • APRIL 2021 In a Middle East fragmented by wars and political tensions, a glimmer of hope arose on January 5th, 2021 when the Qatari […]
On April 16, at 5:30pm we will discuss the category of the subaltern in the Arab world.
(dot)migration | A space by EMILY TASINATO The category “migrant” is never a neutral concept, but rather a highly-politicized label serving the interest of who is in power and which affects the legal, […]