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Arab Spring: A Research and Study Guide from Cornell University


The Arab Spring: A Year of Revolution from NPR

game_icon.svg.pngArab Spring: An Interactive Timeline of Middle East Protests from the Guardian


Timeline: Arab Spring from Al Jazeera


Arab Uprising: Country by Country from BBC News


Middle East and North Africa in Turmoil from the Washington Post


Violence Mars Fourth Anniversary of Egypt's Arab Spring Revolution

Manal al-Sharif
Manal al-Sharif

Female_Rose.pngWomen Have Emerged as Key Players in the Arab Spring

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Why Educating Girls Should Be a Priority for Arab States, Brookings, March 6, 2015




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American Revolution vs. Arab Spring: Teaching with Primary and Secondary Documents from Harry Truman Library

For political cartoons on the Arab Spring, visit Cagle's website

external image Red_Apple.jpgThe Arab Spring: One Year On

Writing About the Arab Spring

To understand the impact of social media on Arab Spring and the revolutions, see
Social Media Arab Spring from Huffington Post and Year in Hashtags: Tweets from Arab Spring

Go here to view Student-Built Pages on Arab Spring from teacher Samantha Whitman classes (Spring 2015)



Arab Revolt, May 1971.  Photo by T. E, Lawrence
Arab Revolt, May 1971. Photo by T. E, Lawrence

Arab Spring Progress Map
Government overthrown Black

Governmental changes due to sustained civil disorder Dark Blue

Governmental changes due to relatively minor protests Light Blue

Widespread protests (most major cities) Red

Relatively minor protests Tan

Countries outside the Arab world with related crises Gray