Abstracts

The Egyptian Labour Movement and the Politics of Visibility

MARIE DUBOC

American University in Cairo

Re-scaling Egypt’s Political Economy: Neoliberalism and the Transformation of the Regional Space

ADAM HANIEH

School of Oriental and African Studies

What Did Mubarak Actually Do: The Causes of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution according to Egyptian Intellectuals

AMR OSMAN

Gulf University of Science and Technology

Horizontalism on the Nile: what does it mean to say that the Egyptian uprising of 2011 was leaderless/or leaderful? And does it matter?

JOHN CHALCRAFT

London School of Economics

Managing the Transition in the Arab Spring: A Comparative Perspective

MUSTAPHA KAMEL AL-SAYYID

Cairo University

Unusual suspects: “Ultra’s” as political actors in the revolution

ROBBERT WOLTERING

University of Amsterdam


Poetry as Archive: Egypt’s Revolution and Archival Poetics

TAHIA ABDEL NASSER

American University in Cairo

Narrating the Egyptian Revolution through Jokes: Is it still a Laughing Revolution?

HEBATALLAH SALEM

American University in Cairo


University on the Square Documentation Project: A glimpse into the 
Economic and Business History Research Center’s Contribution

RANDA KALDAS

American University in Cairo

New Logics of Popular Sovereignty and Subaltern Alternatives to the Egyptian ‘Baltagi State’

PAUL AMAR

University of California, Santa Barbara

Law and Revolution Revisited

AMR SHALAKANY

American University in Cairo

Praetorian Parliamentarism: The contradictions of Egypt’s post-revolutionary experiment

ALEXANDER KAZAMIAS

Coventry University

From War of Manoeuvre to War of Position

NICOLA PRATT

Warwick University

Contesting Visions and Public Spaces in Cairo

AYA NASSAR

Cairo University

Trickster: Taufiq ‘Ukasha, the Perpetuation of Liminal Crisis, and the Shaping of Counter-revolutionary Discourse

WALTER ARMBRUST

University of Oxford

In Search of Antistructure: The Meaning of Tahrir Square in Egypt’s Ongoing Social Drama

MARK ALLEN PETERSON

Miami University

Contesting Democracy: Discursive Patterns Before and After the Egyptian Uprising

ANDREA TETI

University of Aberdeen

Fear of Tahrir: Turkish Perspectives on the Egyptian Revolution

KEREM ÖKTEM

University of Oxford

Revolutionary Egypt’s Relations with Surrounding States:  Internal Transformation, External Realignment and Regional Security

FRED LAWSON

Mills College

Facebook Revolution? Social Media as Orientalist Mediation

MIRIYAM AOURAGH

University of Oxford