Traduction de Fathi Ben Haj Yahia. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages et recueils de textes, Fathi a traduit différents livres et travaux du français vers l’arabe. Responsable de l’édition arabe de l’UNESCO, il est entre autres membre de différents collectifs et associations en Tunisie.
Please find below the Arabic translation of a new entry from The Spirit of Revolt:
Translation by Fathi Ben Haj Yahia. Author of several books and collections of texts, Fathi has translated various books and works from French into Arabic. He is responsible for the Arabic edition of UNESCO and a member of various groups and associations in Tunisia.
In the 9th session of the Dream Seminar “Décentrer les révolutions | Decentring revolutions” we are pleased to welcome the director (“metteur en scène”) Waël Ali and the sociologist of art Simon Dubois (IFPO, Amman) with a presentation about militant paths in the Syrian Communist Labour Party
This session will be an opportunity to present a work in progress to collect an oral history of Syria in the 1980s. The aim is not only to create an archive on a dark period of the Syrian dictatorship but also to reflect on how this type of work can be further developed.
The session which will be transmitted via Zoom, will be held in French.
Veuillez trouver ci-après les traductions en arabe de deux notices de L’esprit de la révolte:
Le balai dans Changer (son) monde, se changer soi-même, p. 85-89.
Le pain dansProduire un corps politique, p. 147-150.
Traduction de Saïda Charfeddine, journaliste, éditrice et traductrice. Après un long parcours journalistique, elle a travaillé dix ans à l’UNESCO sur la coopération avec le monde arabe. Elle a été ensuite responsable des publications à Sud Editions (Tunisie) et se consacre actuellement à la traduction des essais d’études politiques et sociales.
Please find below the Arabic translations of two entries from The Spirit of Revolt:
The broom in Changing (your) world, changing yourself, p. 85-89.
The bread in Producing a political body, p. 147-150.
Traduction by Saïda Charfeddine, journalist, editor and translator. After a long career in journalism, she worked for ten years at UNESCO on cooperation with the Arab world. She was then in charge of publications at Sud Editions (Tunisia) and is currently working on the translation of political and social studies’ essays.
[French below] In the 8th session of the Dream Seminar “Décentrer les révolutions | Decentring revolutions” we are pleased to welcome the historian Naghmeh SOHRABI (Brandeis University) with a presentation on The Palestine Group.
The Palestine Group was a loosely connected collection of young anti-Shah activists some of whom were arrested and tried publically in 1970 for the crime of acting against the Pahlavi monarchy and Iran’s national security. Their plight became global, receiving support from anticolonial figures such as Jean-Paul Sartre. But while they played an important role in inspiring the revolutionary generation, their story has been mostly forgotten. In this talk Naghmeh Sohrabi will retell the story of the Palestine Group by focusing on two facets of their prerevolutionary activism: the importance of a connection to the anti-imperial/colonial struggles that spread from “Asia to Africa”; and the centrality of friendship circle to revolutionary activities.
The session which will be transmitted via Zoom, will be held in English.