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Power, Agency & Resistance In Egypt (And Elsewhere)

Resistance is everywhere these days, and it begs analysis, especially in thinking about issues of power and agency.

Nowhere is this more true than in Egypt, where protesters have exerted considerable agency in forcing changes, yet somehow they are unable to exert strong agency over the ultimate outcomes. 1,426 more words

Book Launches in Innsbruck & Vienna

Book Launch: Revolution as a Process: The case of the Egyptian Uprising
→ June 28, 2014, 19.30, Haus der Begegnung, Innsbruck

Panel Discussion: Revolution as a Process: Egypt one year after 30 June
→ June 30, 2014, 18.00, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna

Egyptian Uprising

Imagining the Egyptian Revolution

The latest issue of the interdisciplinary journal Postcolonial Studies features a special issue on “Imagining the Revolution”

Among articles on the revolutionary imagination China, and the American and British Occupy movements, are three articles on the revolution in Egypt. 905 more words

How Is The Egyptian Revolution Framed In The Iranian Press?

I am always interested in South-South intercultural relations–we read so little about them.

So it was with great pleasure I encountered this recent article by Rusi Jaspal of De Montfort University in the UK. 330 more words