Cultural Anthropology: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt

Cultural Anthropology, the journal for the Society for Cultural Anthropology, has just posted a forum titled: Hot Spots: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt. Check it out for videos and links to discussions and reflections on the first anniversary of the ‘official’ start of the Egyptian Revolution.

Some excerpts:


The Women of Tahrir from Yasmin Moll on Vimeo.

Papers and Discussions:

Building the New Egypt: Islamic Televangelists, Revolutionary Ethics, and ‘Productive’ Citizenship
Yasmin Moll, New York University

Jadaliyya: A New Form of Producing and Presenting Knowledge in/of the Middle East (Interview by Julia Elyachar)
Bassam Hadad, George Mason University

“Do we need the army’s helping hand?” Le Monde Diplomatique, English Edition. October 14, 2011.

Niloofar Haeri, Johns Hopkins University

From Outside Cairo: A Graffiti Campaign to Denounce the SCAF
Eric Knecht

As well as papers from AMERICAN ETHNOLOGIST’s volume on the Egyptian Revolution (Vol. 39 No. 1, February 2012)

Again, check out Cultural Anthropology’s Hot Spot: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt!

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