Subject Catalogs  |  Price Lists  |  Library Recommendation Form | Privacy Policy

BRILL | Plantijnstraat 2 | 2321 JC Leiden | The Netherlands

Phone +31 (71) 53 53 500 | E­mail: marketing@brill.com

Read more about issues relating to law and governance in the Middle East and North Africa here in MELG’s blogposts.

Find more about the journal online at brill.com/melg.

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and listen to our podcast.

Middle East Law and Governance 
Blog Posts

Middle East Law and Governance
An Interdisciplinary Journal
Editor: Janine A. Clark

Middle East Law and Governance (MELG) is a peer-reviewed venue for scholarly analysis on issues pertaining to governance and social, economic, and ideological transformation in the modern Middle East and North Africa region.

The journal welcomes research that explores the intersection of ideational, legal, societal, economic, and political themes broadly construed. MELG’s interdisciplinary approach is meant to attract scholars from a wide range of disciplines (anthropology, economics, gender studies, history, legal studies, political science, political theory, religious studies, urban studies and so on). We also welcome submissions that deploy conceptually and methodologically novel and alternative approaches. 

Find more on brill.com/melg or contact Janine A. Clark.

For additional MELG Content and Publications follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and listen to our podcast.

Jordanian Decentralization: What a Policy Process Can Teach Us about Authoritarian Politics

E.J. Karmel, PhD Candidate in Political Science, University of Guelph

21 May 2021

E.J. Karmel discusses the benefits of studying policy making in authoritarian regimes.

Find E.J. on Twitter: @ej_karmel

International Involvement in State-Building and National Liberation

Dana El Kurd, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

25 March 2021

Dana El Kurd highlights her recent work comparing the cases of Palestine and Iraqi Kurdistan, and the impact of US intervention on state-building trajectories.

Find Dana on Twitter: @danaelkurd

Revolutionizing Religion

Noah Salomon, University of Virginia

25 February 2021

Noah Salomon introduces his recent photo essay and examines what happens to religion when the foundations of a state are shaken at their core.



 

Can the Light Ever Shine Again? Mobilization, Organizing and Inter-Class Alliance Building in Lebanon

Lara Khattab, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Department of Politics and International Relations in Mount Allison University

4 November 2021

Lara Khattab explains the challenge behind labor movement formation.


Find Lara on Twitter: @Lara_Khattab