'Brings together a powerful group of voices, observers and activists, who have worked not only to make sense of events in Bahrain, but who have also tirelessly advocated for justice in one of the region's most tyrannical states.'
Toby Jones, Rutgers University
'An outstanding volume that fills a chasm in the scholarship on the Arab revolutions and uprisings. Beautifully written, empirically rich, theoretically provocative and meticulously researched. '
Frances S. Hasso, Duke University
'An essential addition to scholarship on the revolts and counter-revolutionary backlashes that have roiled the Arab world since 2011.'
Lisa Hajjar, University of California, Santa Barbara
'In an effort to address a large hole in Arab Spring analysis, Ala’a Shehabi and Marc Jones have assembled an enlightening compilation of essays addressing the popular Bahraini revolts of 2011.'
The Middle East Journal