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18 July 2012 / dkardo

CfB Welcomes Second Senior Fellow Sarra Moneir

Sarra Moneir

Cairo from Below would like to welcome Sarra Moneir, our new Senior Fellow, who will be contributing articles and leading a project, all with a focus on the understanding of public and private spaces in Egypt.

Sarra Moneir is currently an Assistant lecturer of political science at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science – Future University in Egypt. She is a holder of a B.Sc. Political Science from Cairo University in 2006 and an MA degree of Global Political History from the University of Vienna in 2010. Currently Moneir is a PhD candidate at the Institute of International Development Studies at the University of Vienna, while carrying out her field research in Cairo. Moneir specializes in masses’ political psychology, masses-political institution relationships and grassroots movements and political urban development studies.

We greatly look forward to Sarra’s writing and future project.

“القاهره من الاساس” ترحب بالزميله ساره منير

القاهره من الاساس “ترحب بالزميله الجديده ساره منير التى ستشارك بمقالات و قياده مشروع مع التركيزعلى فهم الفراغات العامه والخاصه بمصر
ساره حاليا مدرس مساعد فى العلوم السياسه بكليه الاقتصاد والعلوم السيايه بجامعه المستقبل بمصر,وهى حاصله على درجه الماجستير فى فى العلوم السياسيه من جامعه القاهره عام 2006 ودرجه الماجستير فى التاريخ السيايى العالمى من جامعه فيينا عام 2010,حاليا هى مرشحه لدرجه الدكتوراه فى معهد دراسات التنميه الدوليه من جامعه فيينا مع القيام ببحثها الميدانى بالقاهره .ساره متخصصه فى السيكولوجيه السياسه للجماهير,والعلاقات السياسيه بين الجماهير والمؤسسات ,الحركات الشعبيه ودراسات التنميه الحضريه السياسيه.
نحن نتطلع الى كتابات ساره و مشروعها.


Translated by: Hazem Adel, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Engineering, BSc Architecture 2011

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