Average Rating 0 Reviews View During the Arab Spring, city walls were often the only places where artists could talk back to tyrants. The map includes 32 examples of graffiti from Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Syria and Bahrain. Each instance has two points: the first point, in red, includes visual representation, the story behind it, an English translation of the text, and the name of the artist. The second point, in blue, and includes a video related to the piece of graffiti. Each of these points indicates the approximate location of the graffiti on the map. This work has been sponsored by ‘Crossing Boundaries,’ an interdisciplinary humanities project at St. Lawrence University made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.” Related Resources Blank Map of the Middle East and North AfricaHistory & Culture Essential Readings: Reading LebanonHistory & Culture Inside Story - Why is ISIL Targeting Cultural Heritage?History & Culture Learning Each Other's Historical Narratives – Lesson PlansHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.