Middle East Studies
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October  2015
112 pp.
14.2X21.6 cm
ISBN 9781617976483
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The Political Economy of the New Egyptian Republic

Cairo Papers Vol. 33, No. 4 Edited by Nicholas S. Hopkins

A collection of studies looking at social and political changes following Egypt's 2011 Revolution

Egypt is a country of its people. What has been the effect on its inhabitants of the 2011 revolution and subsequent developments? In 2013, a conference held under the auspices of Cairo Papers in Social Science examined this issue from the points of view of anthropologists, historians, political scientists, psychologists, and urban planners. The papers collected here reveal the strategies that various actors employed in this situation. Contributors: Ellis Goldberg, David Sims, Yasmine Ahmed, Deena Abdelmonem, Dina Makram-Ebeid, Clement Henry, Sandrine Gamblin, Hans Christian Korsholm Nielsen, Zeinab Abul-Magd
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Nicholas S. Hopkins is emeritus professor of anthropology and former dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the American University in Cairo.

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