[This is a monthly archive of pieces written by Jadaliyya contributors and editors on Egypt. It also includes material published on other platforms that editors deemed pertinent to post as they provide diverse depictions of Egypt-related topics. The pieces reflect the level of critical analysis and diversity that Jadaliyya strives for, but the views are solely the ones of their authors. If you are interested in contributing to Jadaliyya, send us your post with your bio and a release form to email@example.com [click “Submissions” on the main page for more information].
عندما تضطهد الثورة المضادة الحلقة الأضعف
Mahinor Almasri writes about how both the Muslim Brotherhood and the military regime have used the refugees in Egypt as a political card for their own goals.
Under Morsi, Red Lines Gone Gray
Jonathan Guyer argues that following political cartoons in Egypt can clarify the red lines of censorship in Egypt at a given moment.
L`armée égyptienne et la révolution de 2011
The French translation of Sara Salem’s article on the Egyptian army and the revolution.
Face the Vitrine
The authors of the installation “Face the Vitrine,” Ganzeer and Yasmin Elayat, discuss the ideas behind their project.
Two of the artists behind SMSlingshot, presented at Second Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival, discuss the design of the project.
Event: Bassam Haddad on Understanding the Arab Uprisings and Their Aftermath (23 September, Fairfax)
Jadaliyya editor Bassam Haddad speaks about the Arab uprisings at George Mason University.
الحق في قتل الجسد: الزومبي جسد/نص ما بعد كولونيالي
Abdullah Albayyari argues that killing the "other" is acceptable to the “white” man when he creates the idea that that "other" is less than human.
إعادة تشكيل النخبة بعد 3 يوليو في مصر
Sherif Mohy Eddin compares the formation of constitution committee, the national human rights council, and the supreme council of press.
Arabic translation of Ahmed Sabry and Mohamed Abdelkarim`s recent book project.
Exercises in Collective Reading: A Workshop by MarwaArsanios
Medrar TV makes a report on the Workshop of Exercises in Collective Reading by MarwaArsanios.
Exhibition of Collage Workshop by HanyRashed
Medrar TV makes a report on the Exhibition of Collage Workshop led by HanyRashed.
مصر أوهام الحرب والإجماع
Ali ElRaggal writes that the revolution is in its fourth phase, and sheds light on the political, social, and economic dynamics.
Arabic translation of Sawsan Bou Khaled and Hussein Baydoun`s talk about their contemporary art performance.
Arabic translation of Khalid Abdalla’s piece on the new campaign in Egypt to break the silence.
جذور أوسلو: كيسنجر، منظمة التحرير الفلسطينية، وعملية السلام-الجزء الأول
Osama Khalil argues that the roots of the Oslo Accords go back to the political dynamics right after the October War of 1973.
Universities Missing in Action in a New Egyptian Literary Wave
Since the 25 January Revolution, Egypt has witnessed a new wave of literary activity.
Egypt’s History Problem
Paul Sedra talks about the failure of the Egyptian state to take care of the modern historical heritage of the country.
Ahmed Sabry and Mohamed Abdelkarim talk about their recently-launched book project.
Sawsan Bou Khaled and Hussein Baydoun talk about their contemporary art performance.
The Moral Ambiguity of United States Aid to Egypt
Frida Alim says that human rights were never a consideration in the disbursement of US aid to Egypt.
The Egyptian Military and the 2011 Revolution
Sara Salem argues that the military intervened on the side of the revolution in 2011 because it wanted to reestablish its position within the ruling elite.
مكان للثقافة، وقت للفن
Elisabeth Jaquette talks about recent cultural and artistic projects that have arisen despite increasing pressure on freedom of expression in Egypt.
New Texts Out Now: Ray Bush, Turmoil in North Africa
Jadaliyya’s interview with Ray Bush, the editor of the special edition of Review of African Political Economy focusing on the uprisings in North Africa since 2010.
الإخوان المسلمون وسؤال النشأة المستأنفة
Mohammed Addakhakhni talks about the historical development of the Muslim Brotherhood and future direction it would take after the setback it recently suffered.
Masmou3: Audible / Heard / Listened to
Khalid Abdalla talks about a new campaign in Egypt to break silence and the artificially constructed political binaries that have taken over the society.