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Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
9/27/2022 8:21:43 PM

Books - Reviews
9/25/2022 1:56:25 PM
In his semi-memoire, Hekayat Taeir AlTabashir (“Stories of the Bird on the Chalkboard”), cartoonist and illustrator Ahmed Ezzalaarab shares recollections of and views on people and politics – with the 1970s figuring high in his stream of consciousness.

Sports - Egyptian Football
9/22/2022 3:17:41 PM
Zamalek’s new-signing Zakaria El-Wardi revealed that he intends to join one of topflight European teams as well as book a regular place on Morocco’s national team squad.

Books - News
9/16/2022 7:35:44 PM
A biography of the late George Floyd and poetry by Pulitzer Prize winner Sharon Olds were among the works included Thursday on long lists for the National Book Awards.

Books - News
9/16/2022 7:09:04 PM
The wave of attempted book banning and restrictions continues to intensify, the American Library Association reported Friday. Numbers for 2022 already approach last year's totals, which were the highest in decades.

Books - Reviews
9/16/2022 4:13:11 PM
Ahmed Sabry Aboul-Fottouh tells the personal histories of Egypt's feudal masters and servants alike in his newest novel, Another History of Sadness.

Life & Style - Health
9/13/2022 8:31:47 PM
Neveen Radwan and Mariam Khaled talk about a mother and daughter’s shared battle against anorexia in the book “A Glow-Up Gone Wrong – My Daughter’s Journey for Her Life Against Anorexia.”

Sports - Omni sports
9/12/2022 10:15:32 AM
Carlos Alcaraz said Sunday he was "hungry for more" after claiming a maiden Grand Slam triumph at the US Open and a place in the record books as the youngest world number one in the history of men's tennis.

Books - Reviews
9/10/2022 7:38:35 PM
With the government’s fast and intense urban development plans across the city, Cairo’s history, present and future, is being subject to daily attention of the Egyptian press. Below is a short list of some titles providing many perspectives on this invincible capital.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
9/6/2022 4:09:24 PM
One of the few European philosophers to have written at length on Egypt, the 17th-century German philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz also drew up plans for its invasion, writes David Tresilian in an occasional series on books by visitors to Egypt

Books - Reviews
8/28/2022 1:58:38 PM
Ahmed Kheireddine’s latest title – To the Beloved’s Country – Zamzam’s Last Voyage – tells the sad “unofficial history” of a passenger boat during a trip in 1941 between Alexandria and New York as a belated tribute to unsung Egyptian heroes who got caught up in a side battle of World War II

Books - News
8/23/2022 12:25:43 PM
New never-before-seen handwritten memoirs by the only Arab Nobel laureate writer, Naguib Mahfouz (1911-2006), will be published in a new book, according to a statement by the late novelist’s daughter.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
8/16/2022 9:20:21 PM
A new book examines the 19th-century “Eastern Question” that wracked the brains of European statesmen when thinking about the Middle East, writes David Tresilian

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
8/16/2022 6:38:23 PM
Abdel-Moneim Said shares his thoughts on a new book of wide-ranging relevance

Books - Reviews
8/16/2022 2:52:11 PM
In his debut novel, Dr. Osama Abdel-Raouf El-Shazli, who is an orthopaedic surgeon, chooses an unprecedented setting for his tale: the years the Israelites spent wandering in the wilderness led by the Prophet Moses after the Exodus.

Heritage - Heritage special
8/14/2022 10:53:22 PM
Education has always been a cornerstone in Egyptian history. From the ancient Egyptians down to university halls, however, education took many forms back in the day according to the history of Cairo University book written by professor Raaouf Abbas Ahmed.

Books - Reviews
8/14/2022 11:12:43 AM
Italian Professor Giovanni Gobber’s fascinating book, Languages, Cultures and Experiences, shows how languages transcend political borders to co-exist and develop with one another, helping to explain why – for example – Arabic words can be found in European languages.

War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
8/12/2022 6:59:24 PM
Ahram Online spoke to Gilles Kepel, the author of more than 20 books on the modern Arab world which have been translated into 17 languages, about the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on the balance of power in Europe and the Middle East and the future of regional and international jihadism.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
8/9/2022 9:55:44 PM

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
8/9/2022 9:09:15 PM

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