Middle East Centre Arab Uprisings lecture series
Date: Monday 9 January 2012
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Professor Roger Owen
Chair: Professor Charles Tripp
Professor Owen will look at Egypt's Tahrir Square revolution in the light of the revolutions of 1919 and 1952, drawing on them to indicate some of the problems and possibilities ahead.
Roger Owen is A J Meyer Professor of Middle East History at Harvard University.
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A transcript of Professor Roger Owen's speech is available to download. Download 'The Year of Egypt's Second Revolution, the Balance Sheet So Far' (pdf - should be viewed in Internet Explorer or Firefox).
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