Brown Bag Lunch discussion on Tunisia, Feb. 3

The dictator of Tunisia was toppled on Jan. 14 by the people without any foreign help or civil war. The people of Tunisia are now forging a new social contract, immune from nepotism, favoritism, tribalism and marginalization.

Hedi BenAicha, a native of Tunisia and director of the James P. Adams Library is hosting a Brown Bag Lunch on Thursday, Feb. 3, at noon in the Adams Library Fortes Room (409). The discussion will involve developments in Tunisia as they apply to the Islamic world and the Occident.

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