Date: February 11, 2016
Time: 5:00 pm  to  7:00 pm

In the five years since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned during the Arab Spring, there have been significant transformations in the Egyptian political landscape, most notably the removal of President Mohamed Morsi from office by the Egyptian military in 2013. What is Egypt’s future following the Arab Spring? This panel of University of Texas professors (Yoav Di-Capua, History; Jason Brownlee, Government; Samy Ayoub, Middle Eastern Studies; and Radwa El-Barouni, Middle Eastern Studies) will address the future of Islamist politics, secular political parties, and military hegemony over the political process in Egypt.

Location: University of Texas, Liberal Arts Building (CLA 1.302E), Austin