When Regimes Attack: The Repression of Protest after the Egyptian Coup of July 2013

When Regimes Attack: The Repression of Protest after the Egyptian Coup of July 2013

Friday, 27 February 2015 - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Library Reading Room at the Middle East Centre, 68 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6JF
Speaker(s): 
Dr Neil Ketchley (Hulme Research Fellow in Sociology, Brasenose College)
Chair: 
Dr Michael Willis (St Antony's College)
Series: 
Middle East Centre Friday Seminar Series

MIDDLE EAST CENTRE FRIDAY SEMINAR SERIES: The state of Egypt, the State of Palestine

Neil Ketchley is Hulme Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Sociology and Fellow of Brasenose College. He received his PhD (2014) in Political Science from the London School of Economics. He was previously a Leverhulme Trust scholar studying Arabic at the Institut français du Proche-Orient in Damascus, Syria and a Visiting Research Fellow in the Depatment of Political Science at the American University in Cairo. Neil's research has appeared in Comparative Studies in Society and History and Middle East Report. He is currently completing a book manuscript on the 25th January Revolution, its trajectories and legacies.