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Giulia Cimini

Junior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Political and Social Sciences

Academic discipline: SPS/14 Asian History and Institutions

Publications

Ruolo editoriale nella rivista «Interdisciplinary Political Studies»

Cimini, Giulia, Disentangling Political Parties in the Maghreb, in: Giulia Cimini, Political Parties in Post-Uprising Tunisia and Morocco. Organization, Development and Legitimation, Abingdon and New York, Routledge, 2023, pp. 14 - 41 [Chapter or essay]

Cimini, Giulia, Environmental security in the Middle East and North Africa: approaches, policy patterns, and activism trends, in: Handbook of Middle East Politics, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2023, pp. 368 - 385 (Political Science and Public Policy ) [Chapter or essay]Open Access

Cimini G.; De Martino C., Middle East Studies in Italy: a field in search of an identity and recognition within and outside academia, in: Michelle Pace; Jan Claudius Völkel, Knowledge Production in Higher Education: Between Europe and the Middle East, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2023, pp. 60 - 79 [Chapter or essay]

Giulia Cimini, Political Parties in Post-Uprising Tunisia and Morocco. Organization, Development and Legitimation, Abingdon, Routledge, 2023, pp. 236 (Routledge Studies in Mediterranean Politics). [Research monograph]

Cimini, G, Review of: The Tunisian Revolution and Democratic Transition: The Role of al-Nahdah, by Mohammad Dawood Sofi [Book review], «THE MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL», 2023, 77, pp. 115 - 117 [Review]

Cimini, Giulia, Authoritarian Nostalgia and Practices in Newly Democratising Contexts: The Localised Example of Tunisia, in: New Authoritarian Practices in the Middle East and North Africa, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2022, pp. 276 - 295 [Chapter or essay]

Giulia Cimini;Guendalina Simoncini, From Counter-Terrorism to Preventing Violent Extremism: Security Practices and Approaches in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia., in: Between Integration and Radicalization in North Africa. A focus on Morocco and Tunisia., Bologna, Bologna University Press, 2022, pp. 97 - 123 [Chapter or essay]Open Access

Cristina Algaba; Beatriz Tomé-Alonso; Giulia Cimini, Orientalism and the Mass Media – A Study of the Representation of Muslims in Southern European TV Fiction: The Case of Spanish Prime-time TV Series, in: Hate Speech and Polarization in Participatory Society, London, New York, Routledge, 2022, pp. 221 - 236 [Chapter or essay]Open Access

Giulia Cimini; Beatriz Tomé-Alonso, Political Islam Inside-Out. Adaptation and Resistance of Islamist Movements and Parties in North Africa., Abingdon, Routledge, 2022, pp. 116 . [Editorship]

Giulia Cimini; Beatriz Tomé-Alonso, Securitisation dynamics and COVID-19 politics in Morocco: Old wine in new bottles?, in: The MENA Region and COVID-19: Impact, Implications and Prospects, Abingdon, New York, Routledge, 2022, pp. 72 - 87 [Chapter or essay]Open Access

Cimini G.; Santini R.H., Applying Principal-Agent Theory to Security Force Assistance: The Atypical Case of Post-2015 Tunisia, «JOURNAL OF INTERVENTION AND STATEBUILDING», 2021, 15, pp. 665 - 681 [Scientific article]Open Access

Edoardo Baldaro, Giulia Cimini, Competing orders in cross-border areas of limited statehood: the cases of Southern Tunisia and Northern Mali micro-regions’, in: Limited Statehood and Informal Governance in the Middle East and Africa, New York, Routledge, 2021, pp. 141 - 165 [Chapter or essay]

Cimini Giulia; De Martino Claudia, Disentangling membership of Islamist parties in a post- ideological political arena: The PJD, Ennahda and Ra’am compared, «ORIENT», 2021, 62, pp. 20 - 33 [Scientific article]

Cimini G., Learning mechanisms within an Islamist party: Tunisia’s Ennahda Movement between domestic and regional balances, «CONTEMPORARY POLITICS», 2021, 27, pp. 160 - 179 [Scientific article]Open Access