Translation and Diaspora Politics: Narrating the Struggle at Home and Abroad

Helen Underhill As mobilization connected to the 2011 revolution continues inside Egypt and beyond its borders, the translation and narration of particular moments and actors shapes and further complicates various understandings of the struggle. This essay draws on the experiences and perspectives of British-Egyptian and Egyptian migrant activists in the UK to illustrate how and why they used translation as […]

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Developing Diaspora Politics in the Egyptian Revolution … | Helen Underhill

    Developing Diaspora Politics in the Egyptian Revolution: Learning about Democratic Transitions from the Praxis of Egypt’s Diaspora and Migrant Activists The Arab Uprising: Researching the Revolutions, 22-23 September 2014. Conference held at the CBRL British Institute in Amman. Abstract: This paper examines diaspora and migrant participation in the Egyptian uprisings of 2011 and the continuing struggle. I reflect […]

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