Egypt 2013: Uncovering Misconceptions about the Muslim Brotherhood, Anti-Islam Video, and Post-Revolution Changes

Egypt 2013: Uncovering Misconceptions about the Muslim Brotherhood, Anti-Islam Video, and Post-Revolution Changes
A panel lecture on the political, economic and social state of Egypt moving into the new year. Panelists include: Adham Hashish, KU Law doctoral student and law lecturer at Alexandria University in Egypt; Jacqueline Brinton, KU professor, religious studies expert, Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2009; and Marwa Ghazali, Ph.D. student in anthropology, graduate teaching assistant western civilization.
November 28, 2012
07:00 pm - 08:30 pm
Kansas Union, Big 12 Room
785-864-1120
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