Khaled Fahmy

May 29th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, was interviewed yesterday on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” show. The topic was the runoff election for President of Egypt. The interview can be heard by clicking HERE.

Khaled Fahmy

May 29th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, was interviewed yesterday in a BBC Radio 4 Analysis program entitled “Middle East: Too Soon for Democracy?” The program can be heard by clicking HERE.

Khaled Fahmy

May 27th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, was interviewed yesterday on the BBC World Service “World Today Weekend” program, on the topic of the results of the first round of Egypt’s Presidential elections. Click HERE to listen. Khaled’s portion begins at the 36:48 mark.

Khaled Fahmy

May 21st, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, was interviewed twice in recent days on National Public Radio (NPR) about candidates in the upcoming Egyptian Presidential election. On May 18, the topic was Amr Moussa, HERE. On May 20, the topic was Ahmed Shafik, HERE.

Khaled Fahmy

April 3rd, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, was interviewed yesterday on National Public Radio (NPR) about the political situation in Egypt. Click HERE to listen to the story.

Khaled Fahmy

March 28th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, is quoted in Matt Bradley’s March 27 Wall Street Journal article, “Egypt’s Brotherhood Eyes Presidency.” Click HERE to read the article.

Khaled Fahmy

March 27th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, appeared on March 26 on Reem Magued’s program “Baladna bi’l-Masry” on the ONTV channel to talk about the recent tension between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. Click HERE to watch the program.

On March 27, Khaled was quoted in Patrick Cockburn’s editorial in The Independent titled, “The true price of Egypt’s freedom.” The editorial can be read by clicking HERE.

Khaled Fahmy

March 25th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, published Part One of his “Smell of Alexandria” article yesterday in the online magazine Manifesta Journal  (issue # 14). The article can be read by clicking HERE.

Part 2 will be published in issue # 15, due to appear by the end of April.

Khaled Fahmy

March 24th, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, published an article in the Egypt Independent on March 23 dealing with the so-called “virginity tests” trial. Click HERE to read the article.

Khaled Fahmy

March 21st, 2012

Khaled Fahmy, Professor of History and Chair of the Department, was interviewed twice in connection with the recent death of Pope Shenouda III.

For his interview on National Public Radio, click HERE.

To read his interview in the Wall Street Journal, click HERE.