Women and the Egyptian Revolution: A Conversation with Nermin Allam (S. 7, Ep. 1)

Dr. Nermin Allam discusses her new book, Women and the Egyptian Revolution: Engagement and Activism During the 2011 Arab Uprisings, with Marc Lynch. Allam talks about how the she views the 2011 uprisings, and her book, which offers an oral history of women’s engagement and historical contours of Egypt.

Nermin Allam is an Assistant Professor of Politics at Rutgers University-Newark.  Allam holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in International Relations and Comparative Politics from the University of Alberta, Canada. Her areas of research interest include: Social movements; gender politics; Middle Eastern and North African studies; and political Islam.

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