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“There is a common notion that masculinity in the region is this one static thing.” Q&A with Mohja Kahf and

The Network of Egyptian Professional Women is a volunteer committee investigating, expanding, and creating channels of communication, networks, professional advocacy,

Frances S. Hasso is associate professor of sociology at Oberlin College and visiting associate professor at Duke University.

Ira Dworkin, assistant professor of English and comparative literature at the American University in Cairo, is the editor of Daughter

Frances S. Hasso is associate professor of sociology at Oberlin College and visiting associate professor at Duke University.

Ira Dworkin, assistant professor of English and comparative literature at the American University in Cairo, is the editor of Daughter

John Calvert is associate professor of history at Creighton University, USA. He is co-editor and translator of Sayyid Qutb’s A

Shakir Mustafa is assistant professor of Arabic in the Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature at Boston University.

Mustafa Abdalla is a Ph.D. candidate at the Free University of Berlin. He holds an MA from the American University

Nadia Ramsis Farah is professor of political economy at the American University in Cairo. She has taught at Cairo University,

Gregor Schoeler is professor and chair of Islamic studies in the Orientalisches Seminar at the University of Basel. Shawkat Toorawa

Gregor Schoeler is professor and chair of Islamic studies in the Orientalisches Seminar at the University of Basel. Shawkat Toorawa

Gyozo Vörös is an architectural historian and Egyptologist. He was the director of excavations at Taposiris Magna from 1998 through

This publication provides an up-to-date account of archaeology in Egypt, including new discoveries and recent studies. For more than a

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