Revolutionary Egypt

there is the responsibility that comes with any social science study, particularly in an area fraught with legacies of colonization, authoritarianism, and dependency. As academics and students, we exist within structures of power and knowledge making that enable us to influence significantly the way in which policymakers, journalists, and investors deal with the people of the area we study—in this case, ninety million Egyptians
– Book: Revolutionary Egypt: Connecting Domestic and International Struggles by Reem Abou El-Fadl
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