Faculty in the News
“Untangling the Leviathans of the Arab Spring,” interview with Amal Ghazal by Lasha Markozashvili, Revolutions: Global Trends & Regional Issues.
Amyn B. Sajoo, Social Inclusion: The Fog of Extremism: Governance, Identity, and Minstrels of Exclusion
Rima Berns-McGown, Calgary Herald: Success stories are possible, but Somali-Canadians are faced with overcoming trauma, racism
Rima Berns-McGown, Torontoist: A Life Worth Mourning
Amyn B. Sajoo, Religion Dispatches: It's Theology, Not Baseball: Misunderstanding Iraq's Sectarian Conflicts
Amyn B. Sajoo, Open Democracy: Faith in Rights: Ethics of the Public Square
Paul Sedra: Pope Tawadros II and the Quest of Egyptian Sectarianism Tahrir Squared, March 14, 2013.
THE VANCOUVER SUN: YVR Tops in Country Seizures of Undeclared Cash by Zoe McKnight, March 4, 2013.
Paul Sedra: Egypt's State of Siege. Egypt Independent, February 20, 2013.
Paul Sedra: The Dignity of Hamada Saber. Jadaliyya, February 5, 2013.
Paul Sedra: The Tragedy of the Brotherhood. Egypt Independent, February 3, 2013.
Andre Gerolymatos: Syrian peace envoy asks UN for help. January 30, 2013
Paul Sedra: Al Jazeera English interview. January 25, 2013.
Paul Sedra: The Revolution and History. Jadaliyya, January 25, 2013.
Paul Sedra: The Revolution Continues. Egypt Independent, January 21, 2013.
THE VANCOUVER SUN: Ethnic mix Among Muslims gives peace a chance by Douglas Todd, December 11, 2012.
Paul Sedra: Morsi's Failure in Leadership: The Battle for Sovereignty in Egypt. Counterpunch Newsletter, December 10, 2012.
Paul Sedra: The Ethics of Electioneering. Al Arabiya News, November 7, 2012.
Andre Gerolymatos: More Poolice and Cameras needed on the SkyTrain line. News1130, November 4, 2012.
Eva Sajoo: Debunking the 'oppressed' Muslim woman myth. The Vancouver Observer, October 6, 2012.
More Faculty Featured in the News
CONTRIBUTOR: THE MARK: Fueling the Fire
THE MORUNG EXPRESS: "Neither with the West, nor against it" by Alain Gresh
More Police and Cameras needed on the SkyTrain line. News1130, November 4, 2012.
Radio Interview CKNW AM 980
VANCOUVER SUN: Why the U.S is impotent to act in the Middle East
THE PROVINCE: Canada has "turned its back" on human rights by Ethan Baron
TORONTO STAR: Tories' talk on human smuggling annoys immigrant voters by Petti Fong
NEWS 1130: Ghadafi's compound attack
VANCOUVER SUN: YVR tops country in seizures of undeclared cash
THE VANCOUVER SUN: Unique, diverse Muslim population grows in Metro Vancouverby Douglas Todd
THE VANCOUVER SUN: Vancouver's Muslim community anything but monolithic by Douglas Todd
THE VANCOUVER SUN: Ethnic mix Among Muslims gives peae a chance by Douglas Todd
MIND THE GAP: Introducing Laura Marks
How Will Western Reactions Affect Egypt? As the West struggles to keep pace with the changes occuring in Egypt, Canada’s silence and the U.S.’s support for Suleiman may actually serve to strengthen the existing regime.
FOREIGN POLICY: Does Egypt Need a new constitution?
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Let's keep the pressure on Mubarak
TORONTO STAR: Autocrats still rule Egypt, reformers say
BLOG: A NEW EGYPT RISING: http://anewegyptrising.blogspot.com/
BLOG: THAWRA THOUGHTS
YOUTUBE CHANNEL: Misr Monitor
Interview with CBC regarding protests in Egypt, November 21st: CBC podcasts
Interview with CBC:One year after protests in Tharir square began, we ask how much progress has been made in Egypt CBC podcasts
Interview with AJE regarding protests in Egypt, January 2013: AJE
Canadian International Council (CIC): How to Lose Friends in the Middle East
Al Arabiya News: The Ethics of Electioneering
Counterpunch Newsletter: Morsi's Failure in Leadership: The Battle for Sovereignty in Egypt.
Egypt Independent: The Revolution Continues
Jadaliyya: The Revolution and History
Egypt Independent: The Tragedy of the Brotherhood
Jadaliyya: The Dignity of Hamada Saber
Egypt Independent: Egypt's State of Siege
Tahrir Squared: Pope Tawadros II and the Quest of Egyptian Sectarianism
THE VANCOUVER SUN: World Literature conference to feature multilingual poetry slam, Four-day event hosted by SFU expected to attract 1,500 scholars.by F. Steffenhagen
MACLEANS MAGAZINE: Remarks on Faith and Pluralism in Canada,
The Edmonton Journal Feature on 9/11: http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/9-11-anniversary/Story+that+began+continues+distort+view+world+years+wars+incalculable/5383819/story.html