Summer Field Research Workshop in Egypt

ATH 426/526 Changing Egypt: From the Pharoahs to the Revolution

Sunset on the NileFrom the Valley of the Kings and the Pyramids to medieval Mosques to Red Sea Resorts, this ethnographic workshop introduces you an exploration of social change in Egypt. Students will visit multiple sites around Egypt, interact with political activists, scholars, students, market vendors and artisans, and use anthropological concepts of social change to reflect on what they experience and what they learn.


Chance encounter at the Khan al-Khalili


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