1. Fear and the Ruptured State: Reflections on Egypt after Mubarak
  2. Talal Asad
  3. pp. 271-298
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  1. Young Egyptians: Their Society and Future
  2. Tarek Osman
  3. pp. 299-322
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  1. Egyptian Workers and January 25th: A Social Movement in Historical Context
  2. Joel Beinin
  3. pp. 323-348
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  1. An Initial Perspective on “The Winter of Discontent: The Root Causes of the Egyptian Revolution
  2. Hazem Fahmy
  3. pp. 349-376
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  1. Society in Cinema: Anticipating the Revolution in Egyptian Fiction and Movies
  2. Mohammed Tabishat
  3. pp. 377-396
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  1. The Paradox of Transition to “Democracy” under Military Rule
  2. Atef Said
  3. pp. 397-434
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  1. The Egyptian Revolution against the Police
  2. Salwa Ismail
  3. pp. 435-462
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  1. Egypt: Human Rights in Transition
  2. Joe Stork
  3. pp. 463-486
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  1. Egypt’s New Left versus the Military Junta
  2. Juan Cole
  3. pp. 487-510
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  1. The Copts and the Egyptian Revolution: Various Attitudes and Dreams
  2. Magdi Guirguis
  3. pp. 511-530
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  1. Contention in Religion and State in Postrevolutionary Egypt
  2. Nathan J. Brown
  3. pp. 531-550
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  1. Endaazngered Scholars Worldwide
  2. Matt Congdon
  3. pp. v-xvi
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  1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Arien Mack
  3. p. xvii
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. c3-c4
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