Reviewed & Recommended

“Western readers will be rewarded with insights into the rise of Islam”
About The Night Will Have Its Say by Ibrahim al-Koni, translated by Nancy Roberts (Hoopoe, 2022).
Historical Novels Review, G.J. Berger, November 2022

“Rich and resonant”
About The Night Will Have Its Say by Ibrahim al-Koni, translated by Nancy Roberts (Hoopoe, 2022)
The Irish Times, Michael Cronin, October 2022

[S]heds courageous light on the lives of the Greek Orthodox Christian communities of Istanbul, including the memory of the horrific 1955 pogrom.”
Internationally acclaimed Turkish writer Elif Shafak recommends A Recipe for Daphne by Nektaria Anastasiadou (Hoopoe, 2021) to help ‘Read Your Way Through Istanbul’
The New York Times Books, October 26

“Chahinda Karim is to be commended for bringing to light the architecture of an era poorly thought of and widely neglected.”
About Chahinda Karim’s Ottoman Cairo: Religious Architecture from Sultan Seliim to Napoleon (AUC Press, 2021)
ASTENE Bulletin, Caroline Williams, Autumn 2022

“The book is an invitation to remember the city through its urban fabric, but also a call to arms to protect its inestimable heritage”
About Mohamed Elshahed’s Cairo since 1900: An Architectural Guide (AUC Press, 2020).
Financial Times, Gilles Khoury, Travel issue 2022

“30 incredible treasures discovered in King Tuts tomb”
Mention of Iron from Tutankhamun’s Tomb (AUC Press, 2022) by Katja Broschat, Florian Ströbele, Christian Koeberl, Christian Eckmann, and Eid Mertah
Live Science, Owen Jarus, October 27

“This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of events that shaped the contemporary Middle East”
About Truths and Lies in the Middle East: Memoirs Of A Veteran Journalist, 1952–2012 by Eric Rouleau, foreword by Alain Gresh, translated by Martin Makinson (AUC Press, 2019)
Insight Turkey, Summer 2022 issue

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