Author: Erin Cory (Malmö University)
A report from November 2019, when the revolution was at its beginning.
“The sit-ins and dance parties feel long ago indeed in the face of mounting desperation. Lebanese politics has never lent itself to neat conclusions. Modes of dissent and solidarity, too, quickly change in color and scope in Lebanon, depending on what the moment calls for. We might expect the revolution – and the protests that carry it – to continue in some form, even if only, for the moment, online.”Continue reading “A report on Lebanon’s ‘October revolution’”