This powerful book offers a distinctively new perspective on recent socio-political events in Egypt. Egyptian Revolutions draws together postcolonial and feminist theory to provide a unique and important account of the psychic life of politics.
It weaves an evocative account of everyday life into a compelling theory of political subjectivities، showing how the seemingly private and personal is also historical and the social. It will be crucial reading for anyone interested in contemporary gender and postcolonial studies، as well as those hoping for a better understanding of the hopes، fears، angers، and loves animating Egyptian political life.
About the Author
Amal Treacher Kabesh is an Associate Professor in the School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Nottingham. Her research and teaching engagements concentrate on the relationship between Egypt and the UK، citizenship، gender and subjectivity.
Hardcover: 196 pages
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield International (March 16، 2017)