Who Is She

Personal information

Professor of Anthropology
Hanan Sabea

Contact information / Private

Languages

Arabic
English

Contact information / Work

The American University in Cairo
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology and Egyptology
Postbox: 
74
New Cairo Campus
11835
Cairo
Egypt
Phone: 
+2-02-2615-1867

Education

PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2001
MA, The American University in Cairo, 1992
BA, The American University in Cairo, 1985

Competences

Development Anthropology
Communities in East and Central and Sub-Saharan Africa
Political Economy
Legal and Political Anthropology: Nationalism, Ethnicity, Identity and Race
Resettlement of Peoples and Communities

Work history

Jobs: 
Assistant Professor, The American University in Cairo
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and Carter G. Woodrow Institute of African and American Studies, University of Virginia
Productions and works: 
Sabea, Hanan. "Review of The Struggle for Meaning: Reflections on Philosophy, Culture and Democracy in Africa", Ed. Paulin Hountondji. Africa Today 51(1): 126-129, 2004.
Sabea, Hanan. "Reviving the Dead: Entangled Histories in the Privatization of the Sisal Industry in Tanzania." Africa 71(2): 286-313, 2001
Sabea, Hanan (with Nicholas Hopkins et al.) “Community and Participation in the New Lands: The Case of South Tahrir.” Cairo Papers in Social Science, Spring 1988: 1-135.

Awards