Laura Gribbon

Pedagogies of Revolt: Translating Egypt in Flux

Pedagogies of Revolt: Translating Egypt in Flux

26 March 2015 Salle des thèses Bernard Maris, Espace Deleuze Université Paris 8 - Vincennes-Saint-Denis One of the most remarkable accomplishments of the revolutionary spirit in Egypt since January 2011 has manifested itself in an unprecedented production and proliferation of cultural materials, whether written, oral, visual, or performative, all of which have decidedly remapped and redefined not just the contours and meanings of both public culture and public space but more specifically, for the purposes of this symposium, the strategies, problems, limits, and challenges of translating this cultural production to a global audience.
Then and now: The singer, the graffiti artists and the writer

Then and now: The singer, the graffiti artists and the writer

Photo by: Laura Gribbon. Alaa Awad's work on Mohamed Mahmoud Street Cultural producers who gained fame after the revolution Sunday, January 25, 2015 - 09:53 By: Rowan El Shimi; Laura Gribbon; Amany Ali Shawky We take a look at the trajectories of four cultural producers who gained fame during or after the January 25 revolution and find out what they're doing now.