In the 6th session of the DREAM Seminar 2023 Images of revolt, spaces of projection, we look forward to the contributions from: Nayera Abdelrahman, a PhD fellow in Political Sciences at Freie Universität Berlin and Berlin Graduate School for Muslim Cultures and Societies. Her research project is questioning the concept of home through studying the 1967 forced migration from the city of Suez in Egypt. Graduated from the Political Science Department, Cairo University in 2012, she received her Master’s degree in Political Sociology from Sorbonne University in 2013. She also participated in organizing Ihky ya Tarikh, a series of History Workshops in Egypt. Her research interests and publications concern memory studies, social history, forced migration and education in Egypt. Her presenting paper is entitled “The echo of the 1967 forced displacement in the 1960s-1970s social movements in Egypt”.
Mayada Madbouly, a sociologist specialized in the making of memories and heritage work in the Arab speaking worlds. She lectures on political sociology, cultures studies, and sociology of international relations. She holds a PhD in political sociology from Université Paris Nanterre where she analyzed Nubian memorial practices and collective actions in Egypt from a generational perspective. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen where she explores heritage work by different local groups in Egypt and its metamorphosis. Her presentation for this session is entitled “The making of patriotic arts during ani-colonial moments”.
Alia Mossallam: EUME Fellow of Forum Transregionale Studien, 2021-2023; EUME Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation 2017-2021.
The session, will be transmitted via Zoom, and will be conducted in ENGLISH.
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