Browsing American University in Cairo Scholarly Communications by Medium "documentaries"

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  • Magharious, Luciana (2013-12-11)
    Atheists have been overlooked by the Egyptian society for a long time. However, following the January 25th revolution in Egypt, atheists in the country are speaking up and calling for their rights to be integrated in the ...
  • Hegab, Salma (2013-12-19)
    Women Rights, a topic often underrated and put on the bottom shelf. “It’s not a priority now,” they say. In this project, amazing and empowered women were interviewed discussing women’s rights issues in Egypt, and how the ...
  • Irshad, Ghazala (2013-05-20)
    Chugging along faulty infrastructure, and driven by corruption, Egypt’s railway system is on track to disaster, with 550 train accidents every year. Horrific deaths, public outrage, and politicians’ promises always follow. ...
  • Ahmed, Ahmed (2012-12-12)
    There are more than 2.2 million people with visual disabilities living in Egypt most of which suffer from poverty, lack of accessibilities, ineffective educational techniques and governmental negligence; yet they still ...
  • Badr, Linda Abdellatif (2012-12-12)
    Online radio gives you more space of freedom of expressing yourself, it's much more experimental projects where it gives an opportunity for young youth people to work on these projects. It's more straightforward, short to ...
  • Abdellatif, Yara (2012-12-10)
    Research shows that different types of music have different effects on people. Just like some songs can make us laugh, and other songs make us cry, some believe songs can actually change the way we think, and can ultimately ...
  • Youmna, Mohamed (2013-05-20)
  • Iskander, Christine Rafik (2013-06-05)
    The old art of criticism is called Hijaa’. It started in the Arabian Peninsula, where Arabs wrote it in poetry to make fun and criticize each other. This form has been in practice since the Pre-Islamic era until now in ...
  • Khallaf, Yomna Amr (2013-05-20)
  • Rabie, Engy (2013-12-19)
    The Graffito Effect talks about Graffiti in Egypt; it highlights graffiti as a form of expression in which it could be artistic, insulting or just personal expressive drawings and paintings on walls.
  • Salah ElDin, Dina (2011-12-12)
  • Hedia, Nada (2013-12-11)
  • Saad, Sarah (2013-06-05)
    The way the West perceives Islam is filled with many misconceptions, especially regarding women’s right. This has consequently led to the disregard of Islamic feminists, as they are judged to be disqualified to call out ...
  • Nagi, Mohamad (2013-05-20)
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • El Sherbine, Asmaa (2012-05-17)
    A revolutionary step towards a better media, during the beginning of the Egyptian revolution, the media played a significant role in misleading people and hiding the truth of what is going on in Tharir which makes people ...