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  • Al-Ghareeb, Abdul-Aziz Bin Ali (King Khalid Foundation, 2011-10-17)
    This study attempts to identify criteria of trust of philanthropic businessmen toward charity organizations within Saudi Arabia. The aim is to develop a set of recommendations and definite criteria to promote businessmen ...
  • Al-Hadidi, Badrshah (Bint Al Nil, 1949-04)
    The article focuses on the Charitable Organization of Princess Ferial established in 1941, and King Farouk’s fostering care. The author describes in elaboration the services rendered at the Organization, commending its ...
  • Gamal-Eldin, Mohamed Amr (2012-05-21)
    My paper argues that charity can be used as a lens to examine nationalism. Due to the transformation of the institution of charity in late nineteenth-century Egypt new charities were developed. In the nineteenth century ...
  • Anjum Haque (2015-02-16)
    This paper was presented at the 2011 Takaful Conference in Amman, Jordan. This conference was held in the wake of the Egyptian revolution and the amazing awakening in the Arab World. The events following the Egyptian ...
  • El Guiddawy, Nadine (2014-12-21)
    An interview conducted with Professor Green at her office. AUC, Cairo, Egypt
  • ElDamaty, Nada Khaled (2017-12-17)
    This audio documentary is about the effect of food on anxiety. Producer and reporter Nada El Damaty will address how an individual’s eating habits can affect their anxiety levels, as well as how different foods can cause ...
  • American University in Cairo. Social Research Center (2011-12-07)
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  • Hassanien, Mariam (12/18/2016)
    This one of the interviews included in My Audio documnentary. Greek Egyptian Christina Farid discussing what it is like being Half Greek.
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    The Economic and Business History Research Centre (EBHRC) originated while embracing a spirit to provide a forum through which young graduates interested in academic research can explore a wide scope of research topics ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    In preparing for the second issue of The Chronicles we were faced with a number of challenges. Due to the generous feedback we received, we were encouraged not only to proceed with our project of producing a quarterly ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    History is not dead. This is an assertion one of our colleagues made while trying to portray an idea for this issue's cover page. Historical statues exchanging places with the modern day man might be one of the readings ...
  • serial; American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    Historians and storytellers have a lot in common. They both endeavor to describe a story that occurs between a spectrum of fiction and reality, and mostly precedes a present disquiet and delve into the past, narrating ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    July 2006 is a month to be added to the chronology of events in the Arab world's historical conflict with Israel. Lebanon at war is a topic that cannot be avoided, if one attempts to write anything about this region at ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    When we gathered last summer to discuss the provisional substantial build-up for the fall issue of the Chronicles, we were sound surround by strikes. These strikes weren't taken from their traditional Cairene hotspots, but ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    This is the sixth issue of The Chronicles. So far it has been published as a quarterly publication; however, starting from this issue it will become a semi-annual one. That is not the only change in regards to this issue, ...