Welcome to the Egyptian Studies Catalog.
This catalog contains key monographs, textbooks and supplemental reading, from new and established authors for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. You will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.
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A small selection of our key titles include:
Protest Movements and Uprisings
This book intends to throw light on the 'Arab spring' of 2011 by investigating the specific experience of Egypt. To this end, the revolution in Egypt and its subsequent development are situated within a historical framework of a decade long of protest movements and new forms of opposition politics....
To Be Published December 31st 2013 by Routledge
Politics and Practice
This ground-breaking work presents original research on cultural politics and battles in Egypt at the turn of the twenty first century. It deconstructs the boundaries between ‘high’ and ‘low’ culture drawing on conceptual tools in cultural studies, translation studies and gender studies to analyze...
Published April 2nd 2008 by Routledge
Opposition, Conflict & Cooperation
In a detailed analysis of the continued survival of authoritarian governments in the Arab world, this book uses Egypt as a case study to address the timely and complex issue of democratization in the Middle East. This book examines how relations between different actors in the Egyptian opposition...
Published November 26th 2009 by Routledge
Politics and Process
In the current climate of political extremism and violence, much attention has been directed towards "radicalisation" as the reasons behind such courses of action, along with a conviction that those who are radicalised represent an irrational deviation from the conventionally accepted norms of...
Published July 28th 2011 by Routledge
Literature, culture, and empire
Remembering Cosmopolitan Egypt examines the link between cosmopolitanism in Egypt, from the nineteenth century through to the mid-twentieth century, and colonialism. While it has been widely noted that such a relationship exists, the nature and impact of this dynamic is often overlooked. Taking a...
Published October 7th 2009 by Routledge