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The American University in Cairo Digital Archive and Research Repository (DAR Repository) is the open access home to AUC's scholarly communications, including theses, faculty publications, student projects, and departmental records and publications. "DAR" means home in Arabic, which reflects the repository's role as a "home" for scholarship and institutional records.

Submit your theses, student projects, and publications to the DAR Repository by logging in with your AUC email username and password.

If you would like to collaborate with the DAR Repository project team on an AUC records and publications project, contact us at dar@aucegypt.edu.

Communities in AUC DAR

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    American University in Cairo Records and Publications [743]
    This community includes collections of newsletters, administrative records, surveys, and plans created by academic departments, administrative offices, and research centers.
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    American University in Cairo Scholarly Communications [2103]
    The American University in Cairo Scholarly Communications community includes research findings, papers, and theses authored by students, faculty, and staff.
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    Rare Books and Special Collections [1287]
    The Rare Books and Special Collections digital collection includes architectural drawings, documents, reports, photographs, and other resources available from the American University in Cairo's Rare Books and Special Collections library.

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  • Harman, Graham (Assembly Point, 2016-12-08)
    This art catalog essay, published in 2015 in London, was originally delivered in June 2002 as a conference lecture at the annual meeting of the International Association for Philosophy and Literature (IAPL) in Rotterdam, ...
  • Harman, Graham (Sonic Acts Press, 2016-12-08)
    This is a re-reading of the ideas of Jean Baudrillard through the lens of object-oriented ontology (OOO).
  • Mikhail, Miriam (2016-12-06)
    This documentary reveals the truth about the Armenians in 1915 and the Armenian Diaspora- more specifically in Egypt. After over hundred years of massacres and displacement, how they have become an integral part of the ...
  • Mikhail, Miriam (2016-12-06)
    This documentary reveals the truth about the Armenians in 1915 and the Armenian Diaspora- more specifically in Egypt. After over hundred years of massacres and displacement, how they have become an integral part of the ...
  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-05)
    In this interview, Shahira Hamdy talks about her experience as a dancer in 2003 and her opinion about Egyptian attitude towards dancers, specifically girl dancers.