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The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On: Causes, Characteristics and Fortunes

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by Andrea Teti
ECIA Senior Fellow
18-19 May 2012 at Oxford University, Department of Politics and International Relations

Andrea Teti participates with a lecture titled “Contesting Democracy: Discursive Patterns Before and After the Egyptian Uprising” at the conference “The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On: Causes, Characteristics and Fortunes“, to be held at the Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University, on 18-19 May 2012. The popular uprising of 25 January 2011 launched a revolution in Egypt that captured the imagination of observers worldwide. Its reverberations continue to be felt throughout the Arab world and Middle East region, as well as in major international capitals. This conference seeks to mark the first anniversary of this extraordinary development, with Oxford University as the meeting point for scholars and activists to consider the causes, characteristics, and fortunes of Egypt’s January Revolution.