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Book Alert: Historian Khaled Fahmy to speak at Egypt National Archives

His lecture, entitled 'Documents Belong to the People' will be delivered on Sunday, 23 June at 1pm at the Egyptian National Library and Archives Headquarters

Ahram Online , Tuesday 18 Jun 2013
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Prominent Egyptian historian Khaled Fahmy will deliver a lecture entitled “Documents Belong to the People” on Sunday, 23 June at 1pm at the Egyptian National Library and Archives Headquarters on the Nile Corniche.

Khaled Fahmy is the chair of the History Department at the American University in Cairo. Before joining AUC, he served as associate professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at New York University.

He has published two books in Arabic, including All The Pasha’s Men and The Body and Modernity: Essays in the History of Medicine and Law in Modern Egypt. Both works were translated from the English by historian Sherif Younis.

Programme:

Sunday, 23 June, 1pm

National Library and Archives, Nile Corniche, Cairo.

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