Roundtable on Egypt Tomorrow Afternoon
Political Science Graduate Student Association
PRESENT A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON:
The Crisis in Egypt:
What Happened, and What Does It
Mean for Egypt and the Middle East?
Wednesday, February 16th, 2011
William Wehr Physics Bldg., Room 141
Prof. Barry McCormick, Department of Political Science
Prof. Risa Brooks, Department of Political Science
“Explaining the Role of Egypt’s Military in the Uprising”
Prof. Philip Naylor, Department of History
“Egypt’s Upheaval in Historical Context”
Riman Barakat, Department of Political Science
“Youth and Technology in Egypt’s Uprising”
The presenters will make brief presentations, and discussion with the audience will follow. Refreshments will be provided.
The recent (or perhaps “ongoing”) revolution in Egypt is either (most likely) the best thing ever to happen to that very important nation, or (possibly) another disaster of the magnitude that brought the Mullahs to power in Iran.
We’re talking monumentally important stuff here, and we wouldn’t dream of missing this.