3 edition of Cairo University and the making of a modern Egypt found in the catalog.
Cairo University and the making of a modern Egypt
Donald M. Reid
Bibliography: p. 273-281
|Statement||Donald Malcolm Reid|
|Series||Cambridge Middle East library -- 23|
|LC Classifications||LG511.C48 R45 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 296 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||89-7047|
Khaled Fahmy is a historian of the modern Middle East, with a specialty in the social and cultural history of nineteenth-century Egypt. Born and raised in Egypt, Fahmy studied economics for his BA, and then political science for his MA, both degrees he received from the American University in Cairo (AUC). Adam Mestyan is a historian of the modern Arab world, whose research and teaching focus on the global social history of nation-state building, nationalism, and sovereignty in the region from the late Ottoman period until today. He was a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, and recipient of numerous grants and fellowships.
Nov 01, · Donald Malcolm Reid is Professor of History at Georgia State University and author of Cairo University and the Making of Modern Egypt (), Lawyers and Politics in the Arab World, (), and The Odyssey of Farah Antun: A Syrian Christian's Quest for Secularism (). Central Cairo - and Modern Cairo, Egypt. The area across from Gezira Island above Shari Ramses is generally known as Bulaq, and during the Ottoman period was a busy port and warehousing district, but today is a residential district, though the El-Balah Wakala is here with its various dealers in military surplus and scrap iron.
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Cairo University has been crucially important in shaping the national life of modern Egypt. In this history, Professor Reid explains the university's part in the national quest for independence from Britain, in the perennial tension between secular and religious world-views, and in the push for a Cited by: Cairo University has been crucially important in shaping the national life of modern Egypt.
It has educated much of the political, professional and cultural elite: doctors and lawyers, novelists and philosophers, bankers and prime ministers have all studied natalierosedodd.com by: Get this from a library.
Cairo University and the making of modern Egypt. [Donald M Reid] -- This text explains Cairo University's part in the national quest for independence from Britain, in the perennial tension between secular and religious world views, and in the push for a more. Cairo University is usually ranked among the top universities in Egypt, and one of the top universities in Africa.
In QS ranking Cairo University was ranked the 2nd in Egypt, it was rated the 7th across Africa, and it was rated worldwide.
In the ARWU ranking the university was ranked 1st in Egypt and it was the only Egyptian university in the natalierosedodd.com: Urban. Jul 04, · Cairo University has been crucially important in shaping the national life of twentieth-century Egypt.
It has educated much of the political, professional and cultural elite; doctors and lawyers, novelists and philosophers, bankers and prime ministers have all studied there. Founded in and for many years competing only with the religious al-Azhar, the European-inspired Cairo University.
Get this from a library. Cairo University and the making of modern Egypt. [Donald M Reid] -- Cairo University has been crucially important in shaping the national life of twentieth-century Egypt.
It has educated much of the political, professional and cultural elite; doctors and lawyers. History. Hardbound "This is the single best book on the role of the one-time flourishing Greek community in Egypt: richly sourced, wide-ranging, and subtle and complex in its judgments, by one of the world’s leading scholars of the modern Greek diaspora."—Robert Vitalis, University of Pennsylvania.
Dec 07, · Donald Malcolm Reid's Cairo University and the Making of Modern Egypt exemplifies these relationships by studying four themes implicit in the university's development: (1) Western imperialism (and competing imperialisms) versus various nationalisms (2) "university autonomy versus state control" (3) "elitism versus egalitarianism" (4) secularism.
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Cairo Modern is set in the s (and was first published in ) and begins with four friends who are completing their studies at university. They correspond to different paths Egypt can follow, from the one who believes Islam offers. Book reviews, interviews, columns, and musings. October Jacob Silverman fiction Cairo Modern by Naguib Mahfouz.
Franz Kafka famously diagnosed the horrors of the modern governmental bureaucracy -- its capacity to reduce individuals to mindless cogs, preyed-upon automatons lost in a great machine shrouded in malevolence and dehumanizing mystery.
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Education. natalierosedodd.com Oxford University () M.A. University of Keele () B.A. University of Warwick () Research. My research and publishing focuses on nationalism and ethnicity in modern Greece and its diaspora, and its manifestations across a broad spectrum, from politics to sports.
Nov 06, · Professor Alexander Kitroeff’s much anticipated book, The Greeks and the Making of Modern Egypt was released this spring, and I, like many, looked forward to reading it. I spent the spring of teaching at the American University in Cairo (AUC) in the Graduate School of Education.
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Prominent Greek historian Alexander Kitroeff, author of 'The Greeks and The Making of Modern Egypt' (AUC Press, ) gave an illustrated presentation of his book at AUC Tahrir this month, addressi. May 07, · The Greeks and the Making of Modern Egypt is the first account of the modern Greek presence in Egypt from its beginnings during the era of Muhammad Ali to its final days under Nasser.
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