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dc.contributor Shaheen, Hazem
dc.contributor Essam, Ramy
dc.contributor Fayed, Ahmed Alaa
dc.contributor.advisor Fox, Kim
dc.creator Badawi, Nada 2012-05-17 2012-05-17T13:12:44Z 2012-05-17T16:00:05Z 2012-05-17
dc.description.abstract During the eighteen days of the January 25 Revolution, the number of musicians who have began singing for the revolution has grown. They were not restricted nor censored, but they were forced to deal with a different kind of pressure when the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces were in power after Egyptian former President Hosni Mubarak stepped down. Despite that, they still managed to find educational institutions, like AUC, their best venues to hold concerts and perform music. en
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dc.format.medium interviews en
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dc.language.iso en en
dc.rights Author retains all rights with regard to copyright. en
dc.subject Egypt en
dc.subject American University in Cairo en
dc.subject January 25th Revolution en
dc.subject Protest songs en
dc.subject Student unions en
dc.subject Eskenderella en
dc.subject Popular music--Political aspects en
dc.subject Developers Inc. en
dc.subject.classification Other publications en
dc.title Revolutionary rhythms in Egypt and the American University in Cairo en
dc.type Sound en
dc.type Text en
dc.contributor.sponsor American University in Cairo. Dept. of Journalism and Mass Communication en
dc.subject.discipline Journalism and Mass Communication en
dc.subject.course JRMC 460 en
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    This collection includes papers, presentations, and research findings related to the January 25th Revolution and Arab Spring authored by AUC faculty and students.

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