Interview with Egyptian Filmaker Philip Rizk.
Dr Dina Rezk interviewed Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef about Egyptian popular culture in the aftermath of the 2011 Revolution.
A Film Review by Sara Salem, Research Fellow
Scene from Out on the Street
Revisiting the "Blue Bra" Incident: Towards a New Agenda for Researching Politics and Popular Culture in Egypt
New article by Nicola Pratt and Sara Salem
News and Events
New online archive launched: Politics, Popular Culture and the 2011 Egyptian Revolution
Dr Dina Rezk: The Death Of Egypt's Former President Shows Deep State Was Always Going To Triumph
Dr Dina Rezk Selected As One Of The New Generation Thinkers 2019 By The Arts and Humanities Research Council
**Call for papers: Politics and Popular Culture in the Middle East: Power and Resistance post-2011**
Project Team hosts a film event in Manchester - The 2011 Egyptian Revolution Revisited
Project team participate in the BRISMES 2018 Conference
Nicola Pratt Speaks Out for Giulio Regini and all Egypt's Disappeared
Dalia Mostafa takes part in the post-screening Q&A for the film Dalida
Nicola Pratt, Dalia Mostafa and Dina Rezk showcase their work at the World Politics and Popular Culture Conference at Newcastle University
Dictionary of the Revolution: an innovative project documenting popular meanings of the 25 January Revolution
Forum for the Study of Popular Culture: a forum for promoting research in the field of popular culture regionally and internationally
MadaMasr.com: Independent reporting on Egypt as well as reviews of Egypt's cultural scene
Jadaliyya.com: In-depth commentary on Egyptian politics, society and culture
Egyptian Streets: News and opinions on Egyptian politics, society and culture.
Aswat Masriya: Egyptian politics, economy, society and gender issues.
suzeeinthecity: a fantastic blog about street art in Egypt and beyond
Tahrir Documents: an on-line archive of documents related to the 25 January 2011 uprising and its aftermath