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Mohamed-Dhia Hammami is a scholar at Wesleyan University in the College of Social Studies and Government. He previously studied mathematics in the University of Tunis and statistics and data analysis in the University of Carthage. Since the Tunisian revolution of 2011 that led to the Arab Uprisings and until coming to Wesleyan University in 2016, Mohamed had a diverse professional experience that allowed him to immerse fully in the Tunisian political sphere and develop an advanced understanding of post-revolution politics in Tunisia. His research interests include, but are not limited to, social contestation, authoritarianism, corruption, and political ideologies. Mohamed is currently working on two different research projects. First, he is exploring corruption in Tunisia through a quantitative analysis of Ben Ali family network. Secondly, he is focusing on the emergence of the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) as a major political actor in post-revolutionary Tunisia. The latter is supported by a Davenport Study Grant from the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life at Wesleyan University.

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