How India weaponizes the ‘Israeli Experience’ to target dissent.
Rethinking Egyptian history through sound.
The AnthroBoycott Collective and Organizing Against Apartheid—An Interview with Daniel Segal and Jessica Winegar
What we can learn from the American Anthropological Association’s historic resolution.
Aomar Boum on tracing the holocaust to North Africa through his new graphic novel with Nadjib Berber.
Remembering Jamila Debbech Ksiksi—An Interview with the Late Tunisian Lawmaker and Anti-Racist Activist
On migrant’s rights and the legal struggle against racism in Tunisia.
Historian Marie Grace Brown speaks to Leila Abouleila about her new novel, River Spirit.
What the last two decades have meant for Iraq’s women’s movement.
A conversation with archaeologists Mark Altaweel and Jaafar Jotheri.
In the second preview article from MERIP’s spring issue, The State of Iraq—twenty years after the invasion, Zeinab Shuker writes about how oil and water tell the story of Iraq’s climate vulnerability.
Three recent books on Jordan trace authoritarianism in the mundane rhythms of daily life.
One year on from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, what does the ongoing war mean for Egypt’s bread subsidy?