References

Secondary Sources

The listing below includes the main academic books, journal articles, and conference reports that were consulted in the preparation of this profile. The many news articles and non-scholarly websites that were consulted in the preparation of this profile are not included in the listing below but are rather embedded as links in the profile text itself.

Islam and the Constitution

Layachi, A., & Haireche, A. (1992) National development and political protest: Islamists in the Maghreb countries. Arab Studies Quarterly 14.2/3, 69-93.

Tamimi, A. (2001) Rachid Ghannouchi: A Democrat Within Islamism. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.

Perkins, K. (2004) A History of Modern Tunisia. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Islam and the Legal System

Brown, L. (2001) Bourguiba and Bourguibism revisited: reflections and interpretation. Middle East Journal 55:1, 43-57.

Camau, M., & Geisser, V. (2004) Habib Bourguiba: la trace et l’heritage. Paris: Karthala.

Charrad, M.  (1990) State and gender in the Maghrib. Middle East Report 163: 19-24.

Charrad, M. (2001) States and women’s rights: the making of post-colonial Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco.  Berkley, CA: University of California Press.

Fluehr-Lobban, C. (2004) Islamic societies in practice. 2nd ed. London: Eurospan Group.

Megahed, N., & Lack, S. (2011) Colonial legacy, women’s rights and gender-educational inequality in the Arab World with particular reference to Egypt and Tunisia. International Review of Education 57: 397–418.

Murphy, E. (2003) Women in Tunisia: between state feminism and economic reform. In Doumato, E.A., & Posusney, M.P. (Eds.), Women and globalization in the Arab Middle East: gender, economy, and society, (169-194). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.

Perkins, K. (2004) A history of modern Tunisia. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Zayzafoon, L. (2005) The production of the Muslim woman: negotiating text, history, and ideology. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2005.

Political Landscape and Islam

Abbassi, D. (2005) Entre Bourguiba et Hannibal: Identité tunisienne et histoire depuis l’indépendance. Paris: Karthala Press.

Alexander, C. (2010) Tunisia: stability and reform in the modern Maghreb. New York: Routledge Press.

Brown, L. (2001) Bourguiba and Bourguibism revisited: reflections and interpretation. Middle East Journal 55.1: 43-57.

Burgat, F. (Oct. 1984) Integristes: la voie tunisienne? Grand Maghreb: 33-34. 

Camau, M., & Geisser, V. (2004) Habib Bourguiba: la trace et l’heritage. Paris: Karthala Press.

Jones, L. (July-Aug. 1988) Portrait of Rachid Al-Ghannoushi. Middle East Report 153.

Perkins, K. (2004) A history of modern Tunisia. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Tamimi, A. (2001) Rachid Ghannouchi: A Democrat Within Islamism. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.

Waltz, S.  (Autumn 1986) Islamist Appeal in Tunisia. Middle East Journal 40.4: 651-70.

Zayzafoon, L. (2005). The production of the Muslim woman: negotiating text, history, and ideology. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Islam and Education

“Baramij al-Tafkir al-Islami bil-Marhala al-Thanowiyya [Islamic Thought Program in Secondary Education].” (Sept. 2008). The Republic of Tunisia Ministry of Education and Training.

Chapman, D. & Miric, S. (July 2009). “Education Quality in the Middle East.” International Review of Education 55:4, p. 311-344.

Charfi, M. (2005). Islam and Liberty: the Historic Misunderstanding. London: Zed Books Ltd.

“Dalil al-Tawqit al-Isbuawi lil-Talmidh wa lil-Ustadh bil-Mudaris al-Idadiyya wal-ma’ahid [Handbook of weekly time for student and teacher in primary schools and institutes].” (2011). The Republic of Tunisia Minsitry of Education and Training.

Damis, J. (Sept. 1974). “The Free-School Phenomenon: the Cases of Tunisia and Algeria.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 5:4, p. 434-449.

Faour, M. (August 2012.) “Religious Education and Pluralism in Egypt and Tunisia.” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Middle East Center.

Groiss, A. (Nov. 2009). “Peace and the ‘Other’ in Tunisian Schoolbooks.” Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-SE).

Kinsey, D. (1967). “Education in the Shadow of the State: Private Elementary Schools in Tunisia.” Africa Today 14:2, p. 22-24.

“The Development of Education: National Report 2004-2008.” (2008). The Republic of Tunisia Ministry of Education and Training.

“The New Education Reform in Tunisia: an Education Strategy for the Future 2002-2007.” (October 2002). The Republic of Tunisia Ministry of Education and Training.

Tessler, M. & Hawkins, L. (Feb. 1980). “The Political Culture of Jews in Tunisia and Morocco.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 11:1, p. 59-86.

Transnational Influences

Schmelz, A. (Sept. 2012). “The Tunisian diaspora in Germany: potentials for economic development.” European Commission and the Invest in Med Programme.

Graziano, T. (April 2012). “The Tunisian diaspora: between ‘digital riots’ and web activism.” Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Perkins, K. (2004). A history of modern Tunisia. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.