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Letter of Support by Colleagues and Personal Friends of Emad Shahin
Jadaliyya Reports Page releases a letter signed by over twenty scholars and researchers in solidarity with Professor Emad Shahin who was sentenced to death in absentia by an Egyptian court.
Naema’s Office is Bleeding
Medrar TV reports on Cairo-based artist Hany Rashad’s workshop that introduces participants to different techniques and practices in painting.
Visualizing Egypt: Uncovering Media Manipulation
Jadaliyya Reports Page releases infograph on media freedoms prepared by Visualizing Impact and Mada Masr.
Farida El Gazzar`s Dream City: Drawings and Paintings from Cairo
Medrar TV reports on Egyptian-Greek artist Farida al-Gazzar’s exhibition entitled: “Dream City.”
New Texts Out Now: Kenneth M. Cuno, Modernizing Marriage: Family, Ideology, and Law in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Egypt
Jadaliyya interviews Kenneth M. Cuno about his newly released book “Modernizing Marriage: Family, Ideology, and Law in Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth Century Egypt.”
المسألة الزراعية ومأساة العمالة المصرية الريفية في ليبيا
Sakr al-Nour reflects on the ramifications of the neoliberal agricultural policies on Egyptian workers who eventually sought work in Libya.
New Texts Out Now: Kamran Rastegar, Surviving Images: Cinema, War, and Cultural Memory in the Middle East
Jadaliyya interviews Kamran Rastegar author of newly released book: “Surviving Images: Cinema, War, and Cultural Memory in the Middle East.”