New Media and Political Change in Egypt: Causes, Implications and Communication Strategies

Date/Time: 
03/30/2011

The Middle East Program of the Woodrow Wilson Center
presents

New Media and Political Change in Egypt:
Causes, Implications and Communication Strategies

with Sahar Mohamed Khamis
Assistant Professor of Communication and Affiliate Professor of Women's Studies,
University of Maryland

 

Khamis will discuss the causes behind the Egyptian revolution and its multiple national, regional, and international implications, with a special focus on the role of new media and innovative communication strategies within it.


Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Location: 4th Floor Conference Room, Woodrow Wilson Center

Please RSVP to mep@wilsoncenter.org or fax 202-691-4184, with the following information, Name and Title, Affliation and E-mail address.

Seating is limited. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
A photo ID is required for entry.

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