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Q&A: The Mubarak Trial Verdict – What Just Happened?
Hossam Bahgat explains court ruling of Mubarak’s trial.
New Texts Out Now: Maha Abdelrahman, Egypt`s Long Revolution: Protest Movements and Uprisings
Jadaliyya interviews lecturer Maha Abdelrahman on publishing her latest book: Egypt’s Long Revolution: Protest Movements and Uprisings.
لم يكن في خطتنا أن ننتصر
Basem Zakaria al-Samragi analyzes the impact neoliberal policies have on lower and middle classes.
Moving in the Maze with Cairene Artist Qarm Qart
Margot Badran writes on Qaram Qart’s exhibition titled: “Restart.”
Maspero II: The Sequel
Medrar TV reports on Ali Abdelmohsen’s second-part exhibition entitled: “Maspero.”
Next to Here
Medrar TV reports on “Next to Here,” a photography exhibition that presents the work of eighteen young photographers from the North African and the Middle East.
Medrar TV reports on “an improvisational music project by Hashem L Kelesh (Dijit), Aly Talibab, Mohamed Adel and Abdallah Miniawy.”
لغز وادي الهول
Zakaria Mohammed writes on the discovery of Sinaiticus in al-Houl Valley in Egypt.
Medrar TV reports on “Interruption” a bi-annual exhibition held by current art students and recent graduates.
Symposium Report: `Researching the Middle East and North Africa after 2011: Challenges, Queries, and Questions`
Nada El-Kouny and Nova Robinson recap the discussions from a forum held at Rutgers University entitled: “Researching the Middle East and North Africa after 2011: Challenges, Queries, and Questions.” The symposium brought together scholars, researchers, and academics.
قل انتهاكات الحقوق الاقتصادية ولا تقل جرائم الفساد
Osama Diyab writes on the judicial dismissal of economic rights, which results in maintaining the status quo despite popular uprisings.