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Faculty Gender Human Rights Politics Students

Egypt Studies Code of Ethics to Combat Harassment of Women in Universities

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 23 Nov 2021

Following tougher laws to stamp out gender-based violence, the Ministry of Higher Education mulls a code to make women feel more secure on campuses.

Arts & Culture Liberal Arts Profiles

‘What’s Left Unsaid’: Evelyn Ashamallah Captures Magical Memories in Art

Sayyid Mahmoud | 21 Nov 2021

The Egyptian artist Evelyn Ashamallah draws on imagination and memory in paintings that tell “stories that deserve to be told.”

Arts & Culture Liberal Arts Literature & Translation Students

Students’ Play About a Disabled Child Succeeds on a Professional Stage

Sayyid Mahmoud | 20 Nov 2021

“Minus One”, a play produced by students of Egypt’s Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts, won an extended run at Cairo’s El-Hanager Arts Centre.

Coronavirus Health & Medicine Research Science

Study Finds Gene Linked to Higher Risk of Severe Covid-19

Amr EL-Tohamy | 19 Nov 2021

A recent study suggests a gene more prevalent in some ethnic groups increases the likelihood of potentially fatal complications of Covid-19.

Arts & Culture Coronavirus Gender Liberal Arts

‘Between Women Filmmakers’: International Event Reaches Out to Arabs

Mona Abu Al-Nasr | 17 Nov 2021

The Between Women Filmmakers Caravan presents films made by women around the globe. It includes projects tailored to the Arab world.

Coronavirus Health & Medicine Science

Oral Covid-19 Drug Shows Promise, but Scientists Want More Data

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 14 Nov 2021

Arab researchers are among those monitoring the effectiveness and safety of a new oral Covid-19 drug that could reduce hospitalisations and deaths by 50 percent.

Arts & Culture Liberal Arts

Iraqi Artist Afifa Aleiby Fulfills a Life-Long Dream to Exhibit in Cairo

Sayyid Mahmoud | 11 Nov 2021

Born in Iraq, the artist Afifa Aleiby trained in Baghdad, Moscow and Italy. Bringing her art to Cairo, she says, represents “a great song of joy.”

Arts & Culture Literature & Translation Publishing

Egyptian Editions Help Arab Writers Reach New Readers

Sayyid Mahmoud | 10 Nov 2021

Publishers of Egyptian editions say printing locally not only cuts costs, but also helps writers reach a wider public. Some authors strongly agree.

Data & Surveys Faculty Publishing Rankings Research Students

2 Saudi Universities Are Among the World’s Top 100, U.S. Publisher Says

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 08 Nov 2021

In the latest “Best Global Universities” rankings from “U.S. News & World Report”, two Saudi universities earn spots in the top 100.

Arts & Culture Liberal Arts

Cairo Jazz Festival Builds Bridges Across Nations and Generations

Mona Abu Al-Nasr | 07 Nov 2021

This year’s running of the international Cairo Jazz Festival showcased Egyptian artists alongside Palestinian, Sudanese and Western bands. It paid tribute to jazz’s pioneers, too.




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