Limor Lavie, Ph.D
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The Idea of the Civil State in Egypt: Its Evolution and Political Impact following the 2011 Revolution
L Lavie
The Middle East Journal 71 (1), 23-44, 2017
Consensus vs. Dissensus over the 'Civil State' Model: A Key to Understanding the Diverse Outcomes of the Arab Spring in Egypt and Tunisia
L Lavie
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 48 (3), 455-472, 2021
The Battle over a Civil State: Egypt's Road to June 30, 2013
L Lavie
SUNY Press, 2018
The Egyptian Muslim Brothers’ ideal state model: a religious state – out; a civil state – in
L Lavie
Middle Eastern Studies 53 (6), 996-1012, 2017
Legitimation in post‐revolutionary Egypt: Al‐Sisi and the renewal of authoritarianism
B Yefet, L Lavie
Digest of Middle East Studies 30 (3), 170-185, 2021
The Constitutionalization of the Civil State: The Self-Definition of Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen Following the Arab Uprisings
L Lavie
Religions 12 (4), 269, 2021
The Civil State vs. the Secular State in Arab Discourse: Egypt as a Case Study
L Lavie, A Shalaby
Strategic Assessment 24, 88, 2021
The relationship between the state and the new media in Egypt: A dynamic of openness, adaptation, and narrowing
L Lavie, B Yefet
Contemporary Review of the Middle East 9 (2), 138-157, 2022
The Ambiguity of the Quest for Mastership of the World: The Concept of Ustāḏiyyat al-ʿĀlam in the Doctrine of the Muslim Brotherhood
L Lavie
Religions 14 (9), 1144, 2023
“Allies or Foes: The Interplay between al-Azhar and the Muslim Brotherhood following Egypt’s 2011 Uprising (2011-2021),”
L Lavie
Middle Eastern Studies, 2023
Egyptian State Media in Opposition: Al-Ahram under Morsi, 2012–2013
L Lavie
The Middle East Journal 76 (4), 466-486, 2023
De-Theocratizing the State? The Debate over the Civil State (Dawla Madaniyya) Model in Saudi Arabia
L Lavie
Journal of Arabian Studies 12 (1), 64-83, 2022
Lessening Anti-Jewish Hate Speech in Service of the Egyptian Regime. State Media under Mubārak, Re-Examined
L Lavie
Die Welt des Islams 61 (3), 308-327, 2021
Book Review: The Muslim Brotherhood Going into Reverse Mustafa Menshawy Leaving the Muslim Brotherhood: Self, Society and the State.
L Lavie
The Journal for Interdisciplinary Middle Eastern Studies 6 (2), 189-193, 2020
Egypt after the Arab Spring – Is It Really a Revolution? [Hebrew]
EPL Lavie
The Third Wave - Protest and Revolution in the Middle East, 79-105, 2017
The 'Civil State' Discourse in Egypt (1981-2014): Roots, Competing Meanings and Political Influence [Hebrew]
L Lavie
Hamizrah Hahadash 55, 137-166, 2016
State-Religion Relations in Egypt: The Evolution of the 'Civil State' (Dawla Madaniyya) Concept in the Intellectual Discourse since the Mubarak Era (1981-2014)
L Lavie
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, 2015
The Establishment of the Arab Common Market and Its Failure: The Political Dimension and the Relevance of Israel [Hebrew]
L Lavie
Hamizrah Hahadash 52, 231-260, 2012
The Establishment of the Arab Common Market and Its Failure, 1951-1971: The Political Dimension and the Israeli Connection
L Lavie
McGill Journal of Middle East Studies 11, 9-43, 2009
The Establishment of the Arab Common Market and Its Failure, 1951-1971
L Lavie
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Contemporary Middle Eastern Studies, 2008
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