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Emad Shahin – “Egypt between Untenable Authoritarianism and Thwarted Democratization”

March 5, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Due to weather conditions, this event has been POSTPONED.
Updated information will be made available soon.

Emad Shahin, Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the IRCPL, will be speaking on “Egypt between Untenable Authoritarianism and Thwarted Democratization.”

This talk is sponsored by the Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life and co-sponsored by the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies.

EmadShahinAUC2Emad Shahin is a visiting professor of political science at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the editor-in-chief of The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics. He is professor of public policy, the American University in Cairo (on leave). Currently based in the U.S., he is also a distinguished visiting scholar at Columbia University. His areas of interest include Comparative Politics, Islam and Politics, Political Economy of the Middle East, and Democracy and Political Reform in Muslim societies. Shahin holds a Ph.D. (1989) from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, M.A. (1983) and BA (1980) from the American University in Cairo. A prolific author, Shahin authored, co-authored and co-edited six books and has more than 50 scholarly publications including journal articles, book chapters and encyclopedia entries. His publications include Political Ascent: Contemporary Islamic Movements in North Africa; co-editorship with Nathan Brown of The Struggle over Democracy in the Middle East and North Africa; and co-authorship of Islam and Democracy (in Arabic). He is the editor-in-chief of The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics and co-editor with John L. Esposito of The Oxford Handbook of Islam and Politics.


March 5, 2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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