Barbara Casciarri, Abdalbasit Saeed, Translated by Hancock Hutton “”It all started with Bread-and-Butter Issues”. Interview with Abdalbasit Saeed about 2019 Sudanese Revolution”, in Politique africaine Volume 158, Issue 2, April 2020, pages 175 to 186

This interview, conducted by Barbara Casciarri, a researcher in Sudan for thirty years, with Abdalbasit Saeed, a Sudanese anthropologist, focuses on key moments of the uprising that began in December 2018 and that led to the fall of the regime in April 2019. It analyzes the convergences and divergences with the revolutions of 1964 and 1985, as well as the class composition of the movement and the new political actors, such as Resistance Committees. Despite the support expressed for this revolutionary process, it points out some of its ideological contradictions or blind spots, such as the marginalization of peripheral urban groups and nomads.

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mathieulonglade (2022, 23 mai). Barbara Casciarri, Abdalbasit Saeed, Translated by Hancock Hutton “”It all started with Bread-and-Butter Issues”. Interview with Abdalbasit Saeed about 2019 Sudanese Revolution”, in Politique africaine Volume 158, Issue 2, April 2020, pages 175 to 186. Politique africaine. Consulté le 22 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/sy18

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