This conference, free and open to the public, aims to shed light on the origins of the events in Tahrir Square, the deposing of President Mubarak, the changes currently under way, and the future of Egypt and the Arab world.
Experts will address the Roots and Character of the Egyptian Revolution in the 10:00am Roundtable and Possible Outcomes of the Egyptian Revolution in the 2:30pm Roundtable.
At 6:00, the keynote address will be delivered by Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Founder of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, and Trustee of the Arab Democracy Foundation in Cairo.
This is the 27th in the Social Research conference series at The New School.
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