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Enemies of the Revolution: Violence, Fear and Surveillance under ‘al Jamahiriyah’


Description : This paper draws on the collection of oral histories on the everyday lives of Libyans during the Libyan Arab al-Jamahiriyah. Being part of a larger research on the everyday lives, it engages with two main axis of research that came about in relation to memories of fear, surveillance and violence. In particular, it explores how such modalities of political interaction became dominant in society and within domestic spaces. While showing how the formation of a ‘culture of fear’ took place through a capillary control of the public and private sphere of the everyday life (creating a sort of mukhabarat state), it also shows how fear as an emotional state passed from fathers to son, as a generational state that marked and shaped society.
Contributeur : Laboratoire d'Excellence Labexmed <>
Soumis le : mercredi 9 octobre 2019 - 17:50:19
Dernière modification le : mercredi 16 octobre 2019 - 01:20:48