Here you will find a variety of archives related to the Arab Uprisings. Most of the materials from come from Tunisia, Egypt, and Syria.

Tahrir Documents, archive of documents producing during the Egyptian Revolution in 2011. Similar archives include Mosireen, Harass Map, and Tahrir Monologues.

R-Shief is a digital analytic tool of social media archives. Limited materials in English, but extremely cool and useful.

World Digital Library’s section on the Middle East.

Forum for the Study of Popular Culture, an archive of creative works produced during the Arab Revolutions.

Journalist’s Sources has a semi-recent list of supporting articles for journalists reporting on the Arab Uprisings.

Jadaliyya is a multilingual online journal of critical academic writing about the contemporary Middle East.

Connected in Cairo offers a variety of articles on the contemporary culture of Cairo, Egypt, from a cosmopolitan perspective.

There are lots of useful Twitter accounts you might start to follow. One good one for now is Professor Paul Sedra’s. There’s also this great list from Foreign Policy Magazine.

Mada Masr is an English-language online news magazine that bills itself as “independent, progressive journalism.”

This is my old Tumblr account from previous semesters of this class. I haven’t updated it since May 2014.

An NGO I just discovered, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy.

Mathaf: Encylcopedia of Modern Art in the Arab World

More to come!

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