Revolts Without Revolutions: The Algerian Paradigm

  • Starts: 11:30 am on Wednesday, March 2, 2016
  • Ends: 1:30 pm on Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Hamou Amirouche joined the armed struggle for Algeria’s independence as a teenager and served as secretary to a national hero, Colonel Amirouche Aït Hamouda in 1957-1958. After obtaining a French Baccalauréat he was sent to the United States where he earned a BA in Government at Wesleyan University (Connecticut) and an MA in Political Sciences at the University of Colorado. In 1967, he began his professional career at the Algerian Ministry of Industry and Energy and at the Institute of Global And Strategic Studies. In 1994, he settled in the United States with his family and began a new career as researcher and university lecturer. Mr. Amirouche is the author of numerous scholarly articles published in both French and English.
Location:
Pardee School, 121 Bay State Road, First Floor
Link:
http://www.bu.edu/pardeeschool/files/2016/02/Amirouche_March2nd.pdf