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Emma C. Murphy



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Areas of Expertise
    • Arab-Israeli conflict/politics
    • New media in the Middle East
    • Political economy of the Middle East & North Africa
Emma C. Murphy, Senior Fellow at the ECIA, is Professor in Middle East Political Economy at School of Government & International Affairs of Durham University. She is also Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics at Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at the same university, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences. Prof. Murphy holds a PhD degree from University of Exeter.
Outreach Activities
The Arab State and (Absent) Civility in New Communicative Spaces
Third World Quarterly, Vol. 32, Issue 5, 2011 - 19 May 2011
Learning the Right Lessons from Beijing: A Model for the Arab World?
in Robert Springborg (Eds.) "Development Models in Muslim Contexts: Chinese, 'Islamic' and Neo-liberal Alternatives", Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009 - 19 Sep 2009
ICT and the Gulf Arab States: A Force for Democracy?
In Anoushiravan Ehteshami & Steven Wright (Eds.), "Reform in the Middle East Oil Monarchies", London: Ithaca, 2008 - 19 Sep 2008