Monier Elizabeth

Research Fellow in Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge Associate Fellow, Middle East Institute, GIGA

United Kingdom

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University of Cambridge

Pays : United Kingdom

Type d'institution : University

Institution FEMISE : not sure

Thèmes de recherche

  • Governance and Institutions
  • Regional Integration
  • Inclusiveness
  • Other (please specify)

Contemporary history of the Middle East, intellectual history, national identity, minority

Participation in FEMISE-funded research: %s

Publications récentes

2017. Middle Eastern Minorities in Global Media and the Politics of National Belonging. Arab Media and Society. Issue 24 Summer/Fall.

2015. Egypt, Iran, and the Hizbullah Cell: Using Sectarianism to “De-Arabize” and Regionalize Threats to National Interests. The Middle East Journal. Vol 69, No. 3 Summer, pp.341-357.

2015. Regional Insecurity After the Arab Uprisings. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

2014. The Arabness of Middle East regionalism: the Arab Spring and competition for discursive hegemony between Egypt, Iran and Turkey. Contemporary Politics. Vol.20, No.4, pp. 421-434.

2013. The Fall of the Muslim Brotherhood: Implications for Egypt. Middle East Policy. Vol. XX No.4 Winter, pp.111-123 (with Dr Annette Ranko)

2012. The Arab Spring and Coptic–Muslim Relations: From Mubarak to the Muslim Brotherhood. The European Yearbook of Minority Issues. Vol. 11. pp.169-186.

2012. The ‘mediation’ of Muslim–Christian relations in Egypt: the strategies and discourses of the official Egyptian press during Mubarak's presidency. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Vol.23 No.1, pp. 31-44.

2012. Sectarian Conflict in Egypt: Coptic Media, Identity and Representation. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.