Browsing by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1949-06)
    The article calls upon anti-feminists to heed the steep rise in divorce rates. According to newspapers, two thirds of marriages end up with divorce after only one year. The author maintains that Bint al-Nil magazine was ...
  • Shafik, Doria (Bint Al Nil, 1950-08)
    The author calls on Egyptian women to be prepared for emergency, given the boiling events the world is witnessing. She maintains that Egyptian women can serve their country in various ways, such as nursing the wounded. ...
  • Harman, Graham (2012-01-22)
  • Abd Al-Kader, Mohammad Zaki (Bint Al Nil, 1951-11)
    This article talks about the problem that educated women face in Egypt. Because of their education and cultural awareness, Egyptian women would only choose to be with cultured and educated men. Most men, however, in spite ...
  • Naiem, Shaimaa Mohamed (2012-05-14)
    Art may have not started during the Egyptian revolution, but from the ancient Egyptian times. Nevertheless, the 25th of January revolution played a major role in putting a stop to suppression of the old corruption regime ...
  • Click, Amanda; Spencer, Jayme (2010-06-06)
  • Click, Amanda; Spencer, Jayme (2010-06-07)
  • Drewry, Josiah (2012-06-12)
    The American University in Cairo library started using Summon, our web-scale discovery service, in the Fall of 2010. Like competing products on the market, Summon provides a simple search interface, onestop access to all ...
  • Libraries and Learning Technologies; American University in Cairo. Libraries and Learning Technologies (American University in Cairo, 2010-12-20)
  • Michael, Ingy N. (2012-02-22)
  • El Refaey, Samiha Salah (2011-02-16)
    Around the world, in both developed and developing countries equally, divorce rates have increased tremendously during the twentieth century, regardless of the world's diversified cultures, religions, value systems, etc, ...
  • El Safty, Sarah (2015-05-18)
    This is an audio documentary about the life of a street food vendor in Egypt, touching on the food, the struggle, the dream and the people on the street.
  • Hassib, Mohga (2014-05-21)
    The purpose of this thesis is to provide a new approach to the existential dilemma of the self in crisis as it emerges in three modern plays. While scrutinizing how a person can remain human in a universe filled with ...
  • Heteba, Noran (2013-05-27)
    This research is concerned with the long-term enhancement of the systems and sources of lighting in Egypt. Lighting is at the top of the residential electricity consumption in Egypt with an estimated 34 percent. Internationally, ...
  • Tolba, Dina (2012-12-15)
    Of the thousands of the 20th-century orientalists and western scholars, who gravitated to the Islamic world, few possessed an extraordinary curiosity and passion to record the historical and artistic heritage of ancient ...
  • Abdel Rahman, Heba Mamdouh (2012-05-13)
    According to Africa and Middle East Refugee Assistance (AMERA) organization in Egypt online, Egypt hosts the fifth largest refugee population in the world with official estimates of 38,000 refugees from 35 countries mostly ...
  • Yousfi, Kenza (2015-05-27)
    The wall, as a practice and an imagination, involves an engagement with modes of producing fear in the contemporary moment. This research explores the relationships between the walling imagination in the weaponized field ...
  • Fatthelbab, Reem (2014-12-21)
    An interview with Lina Mahmoud at AUC, Egypt.
  • Lewko, Alexander (2012-05-20)
    This thesis investigates aspects of English usage in Egypt, including any possible linguistic projection of solidarity or power with other Egyptians, and the degree, if any, of linguistic ownership of English. As in many ...
  • Abou Enein, Sameh (2014-05-21)