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Book review--Walter Armbrust. Martyrs and Tricksters: An Ethnography of the Egyptian Revolution. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019)

Creative Expression in Egypt Ten Years After

‘Loud’ and ‘quiet’ politics: Questioning the role of ‘the artist’ in street art projects after the 2011 Egyptian Revolution

Neoliberal Expansion and Aesthetic Innovation: The Egyptian Independent Music Scene Ten Years After

Reframing the ‘Arab Winter’: the importance of sleep and a quiet atmosphere after ‘defeated’ revolutions

Street Concerts and Sexual Harassment in Post-Mubarak Egypt: Ṭarab as Affective Politics

‘More powerful than politics’: Affective magic in the DIY musical activism after Egypt’s 2011 Revolution

Challenging the Narrative of “Arab Decline”: Independent Music as Traces of Alexandrian Futurity

Melancholic modalities: affect, Islam and Turkish classical musicians, by Denise Gill, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2017

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