In this week's podcast, we give an update on the Tahrir Square sit-in, wonder if the never-ending cabinet shuffle will ever happen, talk about the politics in Upper Egypt with our guest Steve Negus, remember the movies that defined the late Mubarak era, and review the new Arabic comic Tok-Tok.
Sorry for the exclusive focus on Egypt lately — we want to talk about things we can bring added value to, and these days we're pretty Egypt focused. Please do let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll be taking a break for the next few weeks, so both blog posting and podcasting will be light. But we should be back up to speed in mid-August.
Links for this episode:
- Mapping Egypt's referendum - Blog - The Arabist (in reference to Sohag's relatively high "no" vote in the March 19 2011 referendum)
- TokTok bande dessinée :: TokTok comics :: توك توك محطة القصص المصورة
- Summer 2011: The great escape (Joseph Fahim's article on post-revolution box office flops in Egypt)