Rana Magdy is Associate Editor for Arab Awakening. She completed her MA at King's College, London, and her research was on sexualized violence in demonstrations in Egypt.
Egyptian feminist movement: a brief history
The reinstatement of the 'deep state' only provides continuum for the further entrenchment of the overarching powers...
Published in: Home'What would I do?'
Homeland (Iraq Year Zero) documents the lives of family and friends over the course of the US invasion of Iraq. At...
Egypt in the balance: what the blogs are saying, 25 January 2016
On the fifth anniversary of Egypt’s uprising: a range of opinions in articles and tweets, first and foremost from...
On Arab Awakening: a response
Can the mass uprisings that happened across the Arab world in 2011 accurately be called an awakening? The editors of...
Published in: HomeFar from Tahrir
Anna Roussillon’s I am the People intimately documents the Egyptian revolution’s effect on a rural family. At the...
Cairo: a history of people’s right to the city
A social and historical introduction to people’s struggle over the right to the city in Cairo, Egypt.