Sexual harassment in Egypt is still an under-researched topic. Here is a list of some of the existing scholarly research. If you know of other works, or are working on some yourself, please let us know and we will add it to the list! The more we work together, sharing information and resources, the better we become at combating sexual harassment.
Anderson, Kristine Ellen, (2012). “Sexual Harassment Discourse in Egypt: A Sociolinguistic Analysis,” Thesis, University of Texas at Austin.
Ebaid, Neama. “Sexual Harassment in Egypt – A Neglected Crime,” Thesis, American University in Cairo.
Ilahi, Nadia (2008). You Gotta Fight for Your Rights: Street Harassment and its Relationship to Gendered Violence, Civil Society, and Gendered Negotiations,” Thesis, American University in Cairo.
Kirollos, Miriam (2013). “Sexual Violence in Egypt: Myths and Realities,” Yadaliyya.
Langohr, Vickie (2014). “New President, Old Pattern of Sexual Violence in Egypt,” Middle East Research and Information Project.
Langohr, Vickie (2013). “This is Our Square – Fighting Sexual Assault at Cairo Protests,” Middle East Report 268.
Replogle, Elaine (2011). “Reference Groups, Mob Mentality, and Bystander Effect: A Sociological Analysis of the Lara Logan Case,” Sociological Forum Vol.26 No.4.
Skalli, Loubna Hanna (2014). “Young Women and Social Media Against Sexual Harassment in North Africa,” Journal of North African Studies Vol.19 No.2.
Tadros, Mariz (2014). “Reclaiming the Streets For Women’s Dignity: Effective Initiatives in the Struggle Against Gender-Based Violence in between Egypt’s Two Revolutions,” Evidence Report No.48.
Tadros, Mariz (2013). “Politically Motivated Sexual Assault and the Law in Violent Transitions: A Case Study from Egypt,” Evidence Report No.8.
Tadros, Mariz. “Whose Shame Is It: The Politics of Sexual Assault in Morsi’s Egypt,” Heinrich Böll Stiftung.
Zaki Ahmed, Hind and Abdel Hamid, Dalia (2014). “Women As Fair Game in the Public Sphere: A Critical Introduction for Understanding Sexual Violence and Methods of Resistance,” Yadaliyya.
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