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Reflections on Egypt, Tunis, the Middle East and Beyond
Speech
Mohamed Abdou, Dr. Mohamed Bayoumi, Dr. Adnan Husain, Dr. Dana Olwan, Nasser Saleh, Dr. Ariel Salzman, Khaled Shaheen
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On February 17, 2011, hundreds gathered on the campus of Queen's University in Kingston for a teach-in on the Egyptian Revolution. The teach-in provided historical, social, and political context and perspective to better understand the January 25th movement in Egypt as well as revolutionary happenings in Tunisia, the Middle East, and beyond.

Speakers (in order) include:
Dr. Mohamed Bayoumi, Khaled Shaheen, Dr. Adnan Husain, Dr. Ariel Salzman, Nasser Saleh, Mohamed Abdou, Dr. Dana Olwan
Many thanks to Dr. Dana Olwan for organizing the teach-in.
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