By Nicholas S. Hopkins,Kirsten Westergaard
What emerges is an image of a rural Egypt that's energetic, dramatically evolving, and treading a fragile line among growth and impoverishment. even supposing not anything is normal of rural Egypt, those papers offer a revealing account of the struggles and rewards that represent the Egyptian geographical region today.
Contributors: Mohamed Hassan Abdel Aal, Lila Abu-Lughod, Soraya Altorki, Kamran Asdar Ali, Kirsten Haugaard Bach, Ray Bush, Donald Cole, Nicholas Hopkins, François Ireton, Sohair Mehanna, Günter Meyer, Timothy Mitchell, Mohamed M. Mohieddin, Detlef Müller-Mahn, Hans-Christian Korsholm Nielsen, Malak Rouchdy, Reem Saad, Hania Sholkamy, James Toth, Kirsten Westergaard, Peter Winch, Ahmed Zayed.
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Directions of Change in Rural Egypt by Nicholas S. Hopkins,Kirsten Westergaard