Welcome to Syria Studies, the official online journal of the Centre for Syrian Studies (CSS) at the University of St. Andrews. Syria Studies is a peer reviewed and indexed journal that has previously been published in hard form. We are proud to include on our Board of Reviewers some of the most renowned authorities on Syria.
The aim of Syria Studies is to provide a space for scholars and students to publish work focused on the study of modern and contemporary Syria (history, politics, economy, & society). Given the interdisciplinary nature of Syria Studies, high-quality submissions from various academic and professional backgrounds are encouraged. -- Raymond Hinnebusch, Director of CSS
Access the journal at http://ojs.st-andrews.ac.uk/index.php/syria
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Interrogating the construction of gendered identity in the Syrian nationalist narrative: Al-Husari, Aflaq and al-Arsuzi (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2017-04-21) - Journal articleIn Interrogating the Construction of Gendered Identity in the Syrian Nationalist Narrative: Al-Husari, Aflaq and al-Arsuzi, Rahaf Aldoughli sheds an important light on how early Bathist theortricans planted the intellectual ...
(Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2017-04-21) - Journal articleIn Isolating Dissent, Punishing the Masses: Siege Warfare as Counter-Insurgency, Will Todman analyses the intricate relationship between the nature of the Syrian regime and the military tactics it opted to use to supress ...
(Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2017-01-21) - Journal articlePolitical cartoons demonstrate the Syrian refugee crisis and their influx into bordering and European countries from different perspectives by using both visual and verbal metaphors in a caricaturised way. For this reason, ...
(Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2017-04-21) - Journal itemPreface to VOL 9, NO 1 (2017) by Omar Imady
The emergence of the political voice of Syria’s civil society from within the non-violent movements of the Syrian uprising (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2016-11-28) - Journal articleIn The Emergence of The Political Voice of Syria’s Civil Society from within the Non-violent Movements of the Syrian Uprising, Tamara Al-Om address one of the most important aspects and ironically least addressed, of the ...