Jehan Reda

American University in Cairo

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Part-time Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture at the American University in Cairo

Jehan Reda on KCRW

For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

Egyptians Vote in Historic Election

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For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

Democracy in the Land of the Pharaohs

For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

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As the protests in Cairo have turned violent, some 17 million residents are wondering when their lives will return to normal.

Egypt: Ten Days of Protests, Disruption and Continued Uncertainty

As the protests in Cairo have turned violent, some 17 million residents are wondering when their lives will return to normal.

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