Books written by Philip Marfleet

Egypt

Pluto Press (UK) | June 15, 2016 | 240 pages
The tumultuous events that began in Egypt in 2011 have embraced revolution and counter-revolution. For Philip Marfleet they are best understood as part of a complex, ongoing process in which millions of people have become agents of change.Amidst a surge of publishing on the 'Arab Spring' this book... More Info

Egypt

December 15, 2009 | 186 pages
This book is the first for over 20 years to comprehensively and accessibly examine contemporary issues in Egypt. It presents a series of analyses of politics, culture and society, including many by Egyptian academics and activists. It addresses the turmoil created by imposition of neo-liberal... More Info