One year, ten years, one hundred years on, the path for Egypt’s women has not been linear.
A new book of essays offers a nuanced glimpse into the complexities of reporting on the Arab world, including North Africa.
A commentary on how Egyptian society treats the abandoned, disabled, or those suffering from ailments and thus deemed a risk.
Reflections on World Cup fever from Cairo and my Canadian immigrant father’s Egyptian football nationalism.
Sergio Ramos’ injury to Mohamed Salah in the 2018 UEFA Champion’s League final set him up for a world of insults from Egyptian football fans.
The Nile Hotel Incident chronicles a brutal murder and cover-up, framed against the backdrop of the outbreak of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
What Egypt’s latest football tragedy says about social divisions in the country.
Ridley Scott’s “Exodus” and deeply rooted issues of bigotry and racism in Hollywood.
Egypt has a sexual harassment problem. Two young women decided to make a film about it.
Documenting the change from hope to depression and then finding new means to cope with the fading fragrance of revolution in Egypt.
Highlighting one of the dark sides of Egyptian nationalism, and exposing the dangers of blanket xenophobia.
An Egyptian theater company puts on Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables in colloquial Arabic. The choice was no error.
Egyptian director Mohamed Diab’s film “Cairo 678” documents the lives of 3 women, all victims of sexual harassment and assault and who organize collectively against it.
An interview with the artist Lalla Essaydi who seeks to challenge Orientalist mythology in her work.
The photographer Scarlett Coten wants to look beyond accepted stereotypes of Arab men, exposing a more diverse, and perhaps softer image.
Is this Egypt’s second revolution, a military coup, or an agglomeration of both (“Democratic Coup”, anyone)? And then there’s the media noise.