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(Re)Imagining Subjects and Citizens





ISBN 9780367139360
Published December 11, 2018 by Routledge
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This book offers nuanced analyses of the narratives, spaces, and forms of citizenship education prior to and during the aftermath of the January 2011 Egyptian Revolution. To explore the dynamics shaping citizenship education during this significant socio-political transition, this edited volume brings together established and emerging researchers from multiple disciplines, perspectives, and geographic locations. By highlighting the impacts of recent transitions on perceptions of citizenship and citizenship education in Egypt, this volume demonstrates that the critical developments in Egypt’s schools, universities, and other non-formal and informal spaces of education, have not been isolated from local, national, and global debates around meanings of citizenship.

Table of Contents

Foreword Nagwa Megahed



Introduction Jason Nunzio Dorio, Ehaab D. Abdou, and Nashwa Moheyeldine





Part I Pre-Revolution: Spaces of Citizenship Reproduction and Resistance





1 Envisioning hope in post-revolutionary Egypt through critical citizenship education



Jason Nunzio Dorio, Ehaab D. Abdou, and Nashwa Moheyeldine





2 Latent Heat: Changing Forms of Activism Under Repressive Regimes From Formal



Institutions to Disruptive Social Movements



Shireen Zayed





3 Social Media as a new space for Citizenship and Resistance in Egyptian Public Sphere



Yousra Omar El Farouk





4 Educated hope in Cairo: The formation of young Muslim citizens



Sara Lei Sparre





5 Re/production of the loyal Muslim Egyptian citizen: physical spaces, everyday rituals, and



discourses in schools



Mamdouh Fadil





Part II Post-Revolution: Citizenship Narratives and Spaces in Schools and Universities





6 Discourses Around Nubians: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Egyptian Social Studies and



History Textbooks



Nesma Mansour





7 One subject, various understandings: Secondary School Student perceptions of citizenship



in Post-Revolutionary Egypt



Nashwa Moheyeldine





8 Between Local and Global Citizenship in Egypt



Sara O. Ahmed





9 Global Citizenship Education In A Digital Age: A Collaborative Autoethnography



Maha Bali, Azza Awwad, Fatma Halawa, Fadila Hassib, Jana Khalifa, and



Fayrouz El Serougy





10 Citizenship negotiation in spaces of non-formal education: Student activities in Egyptian



public universities



Farah Ramzy





11 Towards a Holistic Journey of Self-authorship: Impacts of Community Engagement on



intercultural Maturity and Global Citizenship of University Students in Egypt



Noha Desouky Aly



Part III Nonformal and Informal Spaces of Citizenship Education





12 Unschooling and opportunities for boosting citizenship in Egypt



Nouran S. Ahmed





13 Rite of Passage? Child Laborers, Education and Identity in Egypt



Koboul E. Mansour





14 Alternative Spaces for Civic Engagement: The Phenomenon of Coworking Spaces in



Egypt



Abeer Rabei and Shereen Aly





15 Egyptian History without "Gatekeepers": Non-Formal History Learning in Post-2011



Egypt



Nayera Abdelrahman Soliman and Mohamed Yehia

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Biography

Jason Nunzio Dorio is a Lecturer at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA.



Ehaab D. Abdou is a Ph.D. Candidate at McGill University’s Department of Integrated Studies in Education, Canada.



Nashwa Moheyeldine is an instructor at the Professional Educators Diploma of the School of Continuing Education, at the American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt, and a senior instructor at the Teaching Effectiveness Unit at Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt.