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For a friend in prison: ‘You’
A letter from Amsterdam about a close friend in prison in Egypt and the vivid presence of his memory
Abdelrahman al-Gendy
From prison: Color synesthesia
Wednesday isn’t blue? — Seeing emotions in color
Subhi Hadidi
15 years after Edward Said: A model and an adversary
On the impossibility of neutrality over Edward Said
MF Kalfat
Moi aussi, j’accuse: An open letter to an Egyptian state intellectual
A letter addressing Farouk Gouida and Egyptian intelligentsia regarding the LGBTQ+ crackdown
Angie Omar
Who’s afraid of free media?
Attempts to restrict new media in its challenge to state-led discourse
Dina Hussein
Galal Amin: A master of the declining art of teaching
Remembering Galal Amin not only as an intellectual, but a captivating teacher
Dina Wahba
Diaspora stories: Between knowing and learning
Personal struggles to unlearn and relearn within the parameters of the institution
Abdelrahman al-Gendy
From Tora: Harry Potter in an Egyptian prison
22-year-old Abdelrahman al-Gendy writes from prison about his magical pursuits
Mariam Kirollos
Diaspora stories: Ya Rayah
An ode to Rachid Taha, our generation’s voice for “ya rayah,” who traveled from this world yesterday
Parastou Hassouri
US leverage of UNRWA: Palestinians as refugees and their right to return
Cuts to UNRWA’s budget are intended to push Palestinian leadership back to the negotiating table
 
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