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Mariz Tadros lectures on sectarianism in Egypt and Syria

Former professor at AUC to deliver lecture – 'From revolt to sectarian ruptures: the challenges of building an inclusive society in post-revolutionary Egypt and Syria' - at Oxford University on Saturday

Ahram Online, Thursday 6 Jun 2013
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Mariz Tadros, whose forthcoming book is Copts at the Crossroads: The Challenges of Building Inclusive Democracy in Egypt, will be speaking on Saturday 8 June at 2:30pm at St Antony’s College in the UK.

The author will give a lecture entitled 'From revolt to sectarian ruptures: the challenges of building an inclusive society in post-revolutionary Egypt and Syria'.

The lecture is part of a two-day conference on 'The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East, North Africa and the Two Sudans', organised by the Middle East Centre at St Anthony's College at the University of Oxford.

Mariz Tadros is a research fellow at the Institute of Development Studies in the UK. She was formerly a professor of political science at the American University in Cairo. She is also the author of The Muslim Brotherhood in Contemporary Egypt: Democracy Redefined or Confined?

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Saturday, 8 June at 2:30pm

St Antony’s College, UK

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