Saturday,18 November, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1369, (16-22 November 2017)
Saturday,18 November, 2017
Issue 1369, (16-22 November 2017)

Ahram Weekly

‏Netherlands-Flemish Institute building in Cairo

‏Netherlands-Flemish Institute building in Cairo
‏Netherlands-Flemish Institute building in Cairo

The American University in Cairo

AUC New Cairo Campus
Bassily Hall
Fri 17, (10am -5.30pm) & Sat 18 (9am-5.30pm): EduForum 2nd  International Annual Forum, under the theme “New Horizons for Learning,” that is organized by Edupedia, an educational and management consultancy firm in collaboration with AUC’s Graduate School of Education (GSE) as a strategic partner. The forum includes 12 international speakers, who have exceptional areas of expertise in the field of education. It also includes 40 workshops facilitated by international experts, including Chris Wilkins, professor of education, University of Leicester, UK; Keith Browne, director of professional studies and teaching at the International School of Geneva; and Rebecca Gillman, international educator and service learning consultant.  

Darb 1718
Kasr El Sham3 St, Al Fakhareen, Old Cairo, near Mar Girgis Metro Station, Tel 02 2361 0511/ 0109 3766188
CAIROGRAPHIE Photography Festival 2017
Fri 17, 5-8.30pm: “Born to Change,” series of talks by rising young artists: Lobna Tarek, Nelly El-Skarkawy, Ravi Shaker among others.    

French Cultural Centre
Heliopolis, Masr Al-Gedida, Tel 02 2417 4824 Sat 18, 6pm: A lecture by Professor Peter Stone on protecting cultural heritage in conflict and wars held at The French Institute of Oriental Archeology (37 Al-Sheikh Ali Youssef St, Cairo, Tel 02 2797 1600 (The lecture is in French).  Misr Public Library 4 Gamal Hemdan St, Sharl De Gol, Dokki, Giza Tel 02 3336 0291 Sun 18, 5pm: “Galaxies,” Eng. Essam Gouda lectures on galaxies, how they come to existence, what do they consist of and the types of galaxies. Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo 1Dr. Mahmoud Azmy St, Omar Al Khayam, Zamalek, Tel  02 2738 2520 Thurs 16, 6pm: “Who is to blame for Sexual Harassment?- Understanding the Intersection of Toxic Masculinity, Racialization and Social Class in Sexual Harassment Discourses in Egypt and Beyond,” a lecture moderated by AUC associate professor of sociology Helen Mary Rizzo (The lecture is in English).    Thurs 23, 6pm: “Why is My Curriculum White?,” a lecture features Dr Omid Tofighian, a lecturer, researcher and community advocate who will discuss how the campaign is a transnational initiative that originated in South Africa and is designed to critically analyze the curriculum in higher education and the ways it replicates and reinforces whiteness.

El Sawy Culturewheel
End of 26th of July St, underneath the 15th of May Bridge, Zamalek, Tel 02 2736 8881/6178/2737 4448
Word Hall
Fri 17, 3pm: Signing author Karim Adly Taher's books Transit and Al Dam (The Blood). Mon 20, 7pm: “Is the Community at Home also Masculine,” a lecture by marital consultant Dr. Heba Qotb.

ALEXANDRIA
Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Chatby, Alexandria 21526, Tel (03) 4839999
The Auditorium Wed 22, 5pm: “Towards a Stable Family: When Divorce is a Solution,” part two of a series of lectures. Discussants are Dr. Tarek Molokheya, professor of psychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University and Mr. Tarek Abdel-Salam, an accredited therapist by the Ministry of Health and Population.    

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