References

Many books here in Egypt come across our path and enter the blog, but either we have not read them, or we have but not written a review. Sometimes this is through our work when we present the views of a visiting professor; other times it is simply a book we know which contains a valuable connection to the topic at hand. This page will list these references, and just as on the ‘review’ page, the same comments about Amazon and the links back to our posts apply here as well.

What’s Right with Islam: A New Vision for Muslims and the West — Faisal Abdul Rauf — click here to read the post: What’s Right with Islam

Democracy in America (Penguin Classics) — Alexis de Tocqueville — click here to read the post: Civil Society

Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community— Robert Putnam — click here to read the post: Civil Society

Life as Politics: How Ordinary People Change the Middle East — Asef Bayat — click here to read the post: Life as Politics

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? — Bill Martin — click here to read the post: Brown Bear, Brown Bear

The Grief Recovery Handbook — John James and Russel Friedman — click here to read the post: A Grief Suppressed?

My Hope for Peace — Jihan Sadat — click here to read the post: My First Report

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