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  • 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, ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, )
    Dear Reader, After three semesters of absence, we are thrilled to once again offer you this volume of The Chronicles. This Issue does not only attempt to revisit the publication and present it in a new form, it also aims ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, 2013-10-09)
    On January 25, 2011 thousands of Egyptians marched on the streets of all major cities chanting ‘eesh, horreya, ‘adala egtema’eya (bread, freedom, social justice) leading to the toppling down of the then president of Egypt, ...
  • American University in Cairo. Economic and Business History Research Center (American University in Cairo, 2014-06-17)
    This is the 11th issue of The Chronicles. It is a special issue of this publication as it marks the 10th anniversary of EBHRC in January 2014. This issue is dedicated to documenting the institutional history of the Economic ...
  • American University in Cairo. Department of Political Science (American University in Cairo, 2012-01-08)
  • American University in Cairo. Department of Political Science (American University in Cairo, 2012-01-08)
    The American University in Cairo’s Political Science Department welcomes you to the inaugural edition of its new journal: “Khamasin.” Khamasin refers to the hot, dry southerly wind which emerges every March from the Sahara, ...
  • American University in Cairo. Department of Political Science (American University in Cairo, 2012-01-08)
  • American University in Cairo. Cynthia Nelson Institute for Gender and Women's Studies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-27)
    Why an Interdisciplinary Graduate Journal about Gender in the Global South?: It is the belief of the Surfacing Student Collective that there are several cumulative needs for the launch of a graduate student journal from ...
  • American University in Cairo. Cynthia Nelson Institute for Gender and Women's Studies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-27)
    Surfacing Contextualized Contours of Gender and Conflict in the Global South: For the second issue of Surfacing, the Student Editorial Collective decided to initiate dialogue on the concept of conflict -- past and present, ...
  • American University in Cairo. Cynthia Nelson Institute for Gender and Women's Studies (American University in Cairo, 2011-12-27)
    Introduction: Shifting Paradigms through Gender and Sexuality: Our task in stringing together six essays with an overarching theme that could create confluence while positioning gender and sexuality as the kind of antagonisms ...
  • American University in Cairo. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud Center for American Studies and Research (2011-12-07)
    On September 24 at the opening of the UN General Assembly, Barack Obama put forward a new initiative on nuclear weapons seeking to make the world safer and to build greater cooperation among all nations. He chaired the UN ...
  • American University in Cairo. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud Center for American Studies and Research (2012-01-10)
  • American University in Cairo. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud Center for American Studies and Research (2011-12-07)
    One of the distinctive elements of the United States� foreign policy is its close alliance with Israel. Numerous reasons can be given for this warm relationship: Israel�s political and economic orientation toward the West; ...
  • American University in Cairo. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud Center for American Studies and Research (2012-01-10)