New Hazine Post – Fetishizing Egypt: An Exhibition Review of Art D’Égypte’s “Cairo International Art District” (2021)

Hazine has published the new article "Fetishizing Egypt: An Exhibition Review of Art D’Égypte’s “Cairo International Art District” (2021)" by Marwa Gadallah where she critiques the Cairo International Art District (CIAD) exhibition that was held in Egypt last year by Art D'Égypte and discusses the issues associated with fetishizing ancient Egypt. Here's an excerpt: 

ANN: Hazine Post: Fetishizing Egypt: An Exhibition Review of Art D’Égypte’s “Cairo International Art District” (2021)

Hazine has published the new article "Fetishizing Egypt: An Exhibition Review of Art D’Égypte’s “Cairo International Art District” (2021)" by Marwa Gadallah where she critiques the Cairo International Art District (CIAD) exhibition that was held in Egypt last year by Art D'Égypte and discusses the issues associated with fetishizing ancient Egypt. Here's an excerpt: 

Khaled Fahmy will discuss his book In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt on Wednesday the 18th of May at 7pm in Newnham College (Pavilion Meeting Room).

Venue: Pavillion Meeting Room, Newnham College

Event date: Wednesday, 18 May, 2022 - 19:00

Speakers: Professor Khaled Fahmy FBA

The Cambridge University Arab Society is hosting an event with Professor Khaled Fahmy to talk about his recent book In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt.

PhD Studentship - Transnational Solidarity in the Global Cold War: Egyptian-Southern African Relations

 

PhD Studentship - Transnational Solidarity in the Global Cold War: Egyptian-Southern African Relations

Applications are invited for a fully funded three-year CHASE doctoral studentship, jointly supervised within the Departments of Politics and International Studies (SOAS University of London), History, Classics and Archaeology (Birkbeck College, University of London), and the Arab and African Research Center (AARC) in Egypt. 

CALL FOR PAPERS: Archaeology, Antiquity, and the Making of the Modern Middle East: Global Histories 1800–1939, 25–26 May, 2023, University of Warwick, Global History and Culture Centre

This conference will explore the role played by discoveries and debates about the ancient past in the development of ideas about the Middle East in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. What competing imperial, national, and transnational narratives about the present and future of this geopolitically crucial region were fed by archaeology, philology, and history?

Online Lecture & Book Talk by Dr. Carl Rommel: Egypt’s Football Revolution: Emotion, Masculinity, and Uneasy Politics

Discussants: Dr. Nazanin Shahrokni and Dr. Samuli Schielke
Moderation: Dr. Sabiha Allouche

Organized by Leibniz Zebtrum Moderner Orient in cooperation with C-MEP (Centre for Middle East Politics, University of Exeter)

Details

Monday, 09 May 2022 
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm 

 

 

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PhD Studentship - Transnational Solidarity in the Global Cold War: Egyptian-Southern African Relations

 

PhD Studentship - Transnational Solidarity in the Global Cold War: Egyptian-Southern African Relations

Applications are invited for a fully funded three-year CHASE doctoral studentship, jointly supervised within the Departments of Politics and International Studies (SOAS University of London), History, Classics and Archaeology (Birkbeck College, University of London), and the Arab and African Research Center (AARC) in Egypt. 

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