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Has Citizenship Got a Future in Post-Revolutionary Egypt?
Apr 4 2013 12:30pm-2pm
Location
Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Intercultural Center CCAS Boardroom (241 ICC)
Access
This event has been marked as open to the public.
Description
The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies and the Egyptian Revolution Working Group

are proud to co-sponsor

Paul Sedra

'Has Citizenship Got a Future in Post-Revolutionary Egypt?'



Paul Sedra is Associate Professor of History at Simon Fraser University, and Middle East Editor of the Wiley-Blackwell journal, History Compass. A specialist in modern Egyptian history and Christian-Muslim relations, Sedra has taught at Dalhousie University and the University of Toronto, and received his doctorate from New York University in January 2006. His most recent book, From Mission to Modernity: Evangelicals, Reformers and Education in Nineteenth-Century Egypt, is published by I.B. Tauris.

Sedra is a prolific commentator on contemporary Egypt, Christian-Muslim relations, Canadian policy in the Middle East, and Middle East politics generally. His op-eds appear regularly in Egypt Independent and Jadaliyya, and he has furnished analysis to such media outlets as Al-Jazeera English, CTV, CBC Radio, the Associated Press, and The Globe and Mail.

Limited seating, please RSVP to ccasevents@georgetown.edu.
Contact
CCAS; phone 202-687-6215; e-mail: ccasevents@georgetown.edu
Sponsor
Center for Contemporary Arab Studies

Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign ServiceICC 301, Georgetown UniversityWashington D.C. 20057Phone: (202) 687.5696sfsinfo@georgetown.edu

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