Dina El Sharnouby is an Adjunct Instructor in Sociology/Anthropology at the American University in Cairo who does research on issues related to youth and the revolution.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaWithout hope Egypt is stuck between SCAF and the Brotherhood
Old patterns of thinking remain, you see, and everyone wants a quick solution.
Supporting justice in Egypt - is this possible?
Is it possible today to stand for universal human rights in Egypt? Can those who do not support the cause of the...
Egypt needs a change, not in regime, but in cultural logic
Restructuring of institutions to create a more efficient bureaucracy free from corruption so that Egyptians no...
Egyptian implications of an enforced constitution
What will the activists in Tahrir Square demand next, once the constitution is passed? Is it expected that they will...
Enough with the mess
The opposition, the liberals and seculars at Tahrir need to avail themselves of the new spaces that they could use...
Commodifying Islam in Egypt
Tahrir Square has recently been taken over by the Salafists to demand Islamic rule in the constitution and hence in...