Faber | 13 April 2016 Faber signs a remarkable debut The City Always Wins amidst major rights excitement at the London Book Fair Faber is delighted to announce an extraordinary and important first novel by Omar Robert Hamilton. David Godwin sold Lee Brackstone World Rights excluding US. The novel is scheduled for publication in Spring 2017. The City Always Wins is a remarkable novel from the psychological heart of a revolution.
Egyptian pupils play at a school near Cairo Photograph: Hong Wu/Getty Images Egypt may today look like a tragic example of why mass protest is doomed, but the turmoil of the five years since Tahrir Square has unleashed a will for change and a resistance to power among ordinary citizens that could yet transform the country, and maybe the world Jack Shenker The Guardian, Saturday 16 January 2016 The video is shot from a balcony, and its style is familiar.
By Jack Shenker A book exploring Egypt's revolution and counter-revolution from below, published by Allen Lane / Penguin - Available now to pre-order - Egypt: 2011-16 “Egypt’s revolutionary turmoil has been misunderstood, and a great deal of that misunderstanding has been deliberate.” Five years on from the start of Egypt’s revolution, and counter-revolution, ‘The Egyptians: A Radical Story’ interrogates the country’s turmoil from below – and argues that its struggles are intimately enmeshed with global patterns of oppression and resistance which stretch well beyond Egypt’s borders.
Tara Povey ISBN 9781137379009 Publication Date March 2015 Formats Ebook (PDF) HardcoverEbook (EPUB) Publisher Palgrave Macmillan Series Palgrave Studies in the History of Social Movements The contemporary movements seen on the streets of the Middle East today have their roots in a rich history of social and political struggle in the region. Since the 1990s, large-scale social movements have mobilised millions in opposition to authoritarian regimes often backed by the West.
Special Issue for Journal of Cultural Research Volume 19, Issue 2, 2015 Foreword Anastasia Valassopoulos pages 115-116 Acknowledgements page 117 Introduction: Egyptian women, revolution, and protest culture Dalia Said Mostafa pages 118-129 Action, imagination, institution, natality, revolution Ziad Elmarsafy pages 130-138 Egypt’s revolution, our revolution: revolutionary women and the transnational avant-garde Caroline Rooney pages 139-149 Inserting women’s rights in the Egyptian constitution: personal reflections Hala Kamal pages 150-161 Egyptian women, revolution and the making of a visual public sphere Fakhri Haghani pages 162-175 A multimodal analysis of selected Cairokee songs of the Egyptian revolution and their representation of women Nadia A.
When the Sun Falls over Tahrir 28 March 2015 SOMETIME IN THE SUMMER of 2011, I was sitting with a few friends at a café on the edge of a cliff overlooking Cairo. We were smoking shisha and drinking tea and beer, watching the sun set over the taupe tableau when we spotted two tall, blond men on the other side of the terrace with a digital camera, filming the sun’s descent through the smog.
Informations sur cette image Crédits : DR CEDEJ ISBN 9782905838858 Troisième série | n° 12/// 2015 Evolution des systèmes médiatiques après les révoltes arabes Nouvelles directions de recherche Changes in the media system after the Arab revolts: New research directions Sous la direction de Enrico De Angelis The Arab revolts have forced us to re-evaluate our theoretical approaches and many of our assumptions on the role of media in the Arab region.
Amāra and the 2011 Revolution Ayman A. El-Desouky Hardcover (160 pages) £45.00 + delivery Permissions Request Libraries - add to your ebook collection on Palgrave Connect ISBN 9781137392435 Publication Date November 2014 Formats Hardcover Ebook (EPUB) Ebook (PDF) Publisher Palgrave Pivot The challenges of social cohesion and the radical possibilities of solidaristic action are among the most pressing issues on the global scene today.
By Maha Abdelrahman Routledge – 2015 – 170 pages Series: Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Democratization and Government The millions of Egyptians who returned to the heart of Cairo and Egypt’s other major cities for 18 days until the eventual toppling of the Mubarak regime were orderly without an organisation, inspired without a leader, and single-minded without one guiding political ideology. This book examines the decade long of protest movements which created the context for the January 2011 mass uprising.