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Photos

On this web site I use a number of photos that I took during my years in Cairo, or were taken by my daughter Sophie in 2005 and 2010. I also use photos by permission from friends like Abdelrahman Mustafa, Yasmine Perin, Malak Rushdy, and cartoonist Carlos Latuff.  In addition, I have frequently used photographs whose provenance is unclear. I honor and respect those unknown photographers and graphic artists for their awesome work. By using these images, I might very well have messed up and broken a few intellectual property laws. I do not want the FBI or Egypt’s Ministry of Culture to show up at my office. If I have messed up your life by using a photo or other image that belongs to you, let me know and I’ll remove it.

A Bibliography of the Egyptian Uprising

A list in Chicago format of academic and semi-academic works on the Egyptian uprisings.

What’s What

An alphabetical listing of Egyptian institutions, some of which are mentioned in Connected in Cairo, some in this blog, but mostly those which have  played a prominent role in the Egyptian uprisings. It was initially compiled by Sarah Sterner, an International Studies major at Miami University.

Who’s Who

An alphabetical listing of prominent people in Egypt, mentioned in Connected in Cairo, this blog, or who have otherwise played a prominent role in the Egyptian uprisings. It was compiled initially by Mikaela Ashley, an International Studies major at Miami University.

Timeline: 2011

This is a timeline of events taking place in Egypt leading up to, and including to the Egyptian uprisings of 2011, and recounting the ongoing changes in Egypt since. It was initially compiled by Sarah Fields, an International Studies major at Miami University.

Dramatis Personae

Brief biographical sketches of all the people featured in my book and here on my blog. All names are pseudonyms unless otherwise stated.

Errata

Typos and errors other that occur in the first edition of the book.

Glossary

Arabic words from my book and this blog.

References

All the best books and articles that have helped me understand life in Egypt and interpret my experiences there. First compiled in 2010 and only occasionally updated thereafter.

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  1. Becky Schulthies permalink
    February 11, 2013 1:44 pm

    The Photos link currently does not work, and I would like to direct students to illustrate key visual aspects of your book in particular.

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