Chaos in Yemen: Societal Collapse and the New Authoritarianism

by Isa Blumi
Associate Professor of History and Middle East Studies at Georgia State University, USA, Isa Blumi‘s work covers the late Ottoman period and successor regimes as part of a global process that interlinks the Balkans, the Middle East, and the larger Islamic world. He researches societies in the throes of social, economic, and political transformaiton. As he expands his work to include more of the 20th century, Blumi explores processes of change induced by refugees throughout Muslim communities scattered on all continents as a means to question how we understand identity and social organization.

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