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A history of the state told through the senses

This conversation with Youssef El Chazli was published din Mada Masr on 8 June 2019 Khaled Fahmy, who holds the Sultan Qaboos bin Said chair in modern Arabic studies at the University of Cambridge, has worked tirelessly to scrutinize and reevaluate dominant narratives and historical assumptions about the Egyptian state and its many institutions. In his first book, All the Pasha’s Men, Fahmy took up the narrative of Mohammed Ali’s construction of modern Egypt, in particular the role the construction of the army played in this trajectory. As Amr Ezzat wrote in an article in al-Shorouk in 2013, the book was an attempt…

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Advanced praise for In Quest of Justice

In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt  Due to be published by University of California Press in October 2018 Rights: Available worldwide Pages: 408 ISBN: 9780520279032 Trim Size: 6 x 9 Illustrations: 10 bw figures ORDER ONLINE AND SAVE 30% Use source code 17M6662 at checkout       “Fahmy rewrites the narrative of legal and institutional development by bringing in the Egyptian state with its new capacities and its elite as actors with clear interests and strategies of their own, as well as the broader Egyptian population whose protests and accommodations shaped this…

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