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Bibliography of the Egyptian Revolution Updated

November 15, 2016

Books

The Bibliography resource on the Egyptian uprisings has been updated.

The bibliography now includes over 875 references.

Updates include articles from such journals as Digest of Middle East Studies, Information, Communication & Society, Journal of North African Studies, New Media & Society, South African Journal of International Affairs, and many others.

It also now includes books like Reem Abou El-Fadl’s Revolutionary Egypt: Connecting Domestic and International Struggles, Brecht De Smet’s A Dialectical Pedagogy of Revolt: Gramsci, Vygotsky, and the Egyptian Revolution, and The Arab Spring: Pathways of Repression and Reform by Jason Brownlee, Tarek E. Masoud, and Andrew Reynolds among others.

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  1. Karima Khalil permalink
    November 15, 2016 5:22 pm

    Excellent bibliography; the best out there imho.

    A small correction: The citation for the book I edited, *Messages from Tahrir*, should be Khalil, Karima (Ed). *Messages from Tahrir*, American University in Cairo Press, Cairo, 2011 and not as shown here:

    Khalil, Karima. 2012. New Texts Out Now: Karima Khalil, *Messages from Tahrir **. **Cultural Anthropology* Hotspots: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt a Year after January 25th, Julia Elyachar and Jessica Winegar, eds. http://www.culanth.org/?q=node/494

    Your bibliography is a really excellent resource – many thanks!

    On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 8:36 PM, CONNECTED in CAIRO wrote:

    > MPeterson posted: ” The Bibliography resource on the Egyptian > uprisings has been updated. The bibliography now includes over 875 > references. Updates include articles from such journals as Digest of Middle > East Studies, Information, Communication & Society, Journal of” >

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