Miniatura arabského jara: Revoluce, kontrarevoluce a sektářství v Bahrajnu

  • Karel Černý

Abstract

Mitchell Belfer: Smal State, Dangerous Region: A Strategic Assessment of Bahrain. 1. vydání. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2014, 412 stran, ISBN 978-363-164-639-7.

Toby Matthiesen: Sectarian Gulf: Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the Arab Spring that wasn’t. 1. vydání. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2016, 198 stran, ISBN 978-0-8047-8573-0.

Miloš Mendel: Arabské jaro: Historické a kulturní pozadí událostí na Blízkém východě. 1. vydání. Praha: Academia, 2015, 349 stran, ISBN 978-80-200-2474-9.

Author Biography

Karel Černý

born in 1980, he is a sociologist from the Faculty of Humanities at Charles University in Prague. In his research, he focuses on historical sociology, theories of social conflict, revolutions, and social change. His research interests are the contemporary Middle East and migration, and the integration of people from predominantly Muslim societies in the West, including the United States and the Czech Republic, in comparative perspectives. He was a Fulbright fellow at the University of California in Santa Barbara (2012–2013) and was responsible for a research grant awarded by the Czech Science Foundation for a project focusing on Arab revolutions (2013–2015). His recent monographs include Yazidis: A Community on the Run (2017) and Instability in the Middle East (2017).

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