This week’s conversation is with Hesham Sallam of Stanford University. He speaks with Marc Lynch about competing narratives of the Egyptian revolution. Sallam is a Research Associate at CDDRL and serves as the Associate-Director of the Program on Arab Reform and Democracy. He is also a co-editor of Jadaliyya ezine.
Read more from Sallam:
The Egyptian Revolution and the Politics of Histories, PS: Political Science and Politics, Volume 46, Issue 2 (April 2013).
Striking Back at Egyptian Workers, Middle East Report 259 (Summer 2011).
Letting Go of Revolutionary Purity, Jadaliyya (January 2014).