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Thursday, 18 April 2019
Books
Khaled Fahmy, In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt, Oakland: University of California Press, 2018. Reviewed by Adam Sabra

The annual history seminar of the Department of Arab and Islamic Civilisations of the American University in Cairo will focus on the centenary of the 1919 Revolution

Omani writer Jokha Alharthi and Palestinian Mazen Maarouf are in the running for the prestigious literature award

Egyptian photographer Sherif Sonbol's book is a rare addition to any Arabic library

Abdel-Rahman Salah, Egypt’s last Ambassador to Turkey, talks about his recently published book which recounts his years as the ambassador to Ankara

the Swedish Academy was blocked from awarding one last year after a scandal that led to the rape conviction of the husband of an academy member and allegations that prize winners' names had been leaked

Makos, who established himself as a meticulous researcher, remains strong and dramatic in his writing
Hemingway, wrote some of his greatest books during the 21 years he lived at Finca Vigia,in Cuba
Mohamed Shoair and Ahmed Shafei will meet Thursday, 11 April, to discuss Naguib Mahfouz and Shoair's book on the author's most controversial novel
This edited collection contains essays on the textiles industry, communications, engineering, and the financial sector, among other aspects, examining the politics involved in the formulation of economic policy
Cooper will work on two books of nonfiction with Katherine Howe, who specialises in novels about witchcraft
Plans for an "instant" bound and e-book edition of special counsel Robert Mueller's highly anticipated summation on alleged ties between Russia and Donald Trump's presidential campaign
The book is a journey through Salah Eissa's mind, heart and memories; a journey to the times in which he lived
Youssf translated the complete works of Anton Chekhov, and works by Pushkin, Sholokhov and many other Russian literary figures
an archive of more than a million images, hundreds of artefacts and field diaries, and thousands of hours of video - is looking for a home.
In a recently published book, Helmi Shaarawi, a leading Egyptian expert on Africa, shares parts of a long journey dedicated to learning about and working with the continent
For over 40 years, Al-Arabi has exhibited at the Cairo International Book Festival, with this year marking further success for the publishing house
Nahed Nasr celebrates the American Embassy’s presence at the Cairo Book Fair

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