The Political Economy of the New Egyptian Republic: Cairo Papers in Social Science Vol. 33, No. 4



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.

Zeinab Abul-Magd, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, USA
Yasmine Ahmed, The American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
Deena Abdelmonem, independent scholar, Cairo, Egypt
Sandrine Gamblin, European Universities in Egypt, Cairo, Egypt
Ellis Goldberg (d. 2019), University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA
Clement M. Henry, University of Singapore, Singapore
Dina Makram-Ebeid, The American University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
Hans Christian Korsholm Nielsen, Danish–Egyptian Dialogue Institute, Cairo, Egypt
David Sims, economist and urban planner, Cairo, Egypt

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