TOPIC memory
Detox | What was life like before 2011?
Something was bubbling right under the surface, threatening to overflow.
‘Trying hard to get out of my skin’: A conversation on Waguih Ghali’s multiple selves
Sara Elkamel | On Waguih Ghali's birthday, a talk with Zainab Magdy about the writer and his life
Forgiveness: On difficult memory
Lina Attalah | I became curious about Udi Aloni’s feature film Forgiveness (2006) after I read his article for Mondoweiss
Remembering Ali Shaath
Lina Attalah, Maysara Abdulhaq, Sherene Seikaly and Sherene Seikaly | In 1994, Ali Shaath and three of his colleagues, Sa’id al-Qidra, Mustafa Harara, and Majd al-Khalidi
Why is Maspero different?
Sarah Carr | The months of 2011 are remembered less by their names than acts of violence — clashes of varying intensity
Daniel O'Connell
We had all been together in the cafe when the ammonium nitrate in the port ignited
Omar Robert Hamilton
The City Always Wins
An excerpt from Omar Robert Hamilton's book
Tarek Ghanem
History hurts, disturbs, inspires, revives
Some thoughts on histories from below and state narratives.
More Op-eds
Maspero2011: Archiving the memory of the Coptic protest’s violent dispersal
Streets to be named after martyrs of Jan 25 and following events
Streets and schools to be renamed after police ‘martyrs’
Beblawi opens new Tahrir monument