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1 Chiti, Elena.
“A Dark Comedy”: Perceptions of the Egyptian Present Between Reality and Fiction. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 273-289
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2 Chiti, Elena.
Clash. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 2017. s. 470-473
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3 Chiti, Elena.
Due storie per una città? Dal Museo greco-romano (1892) al Museo Nazionale di Alessandria d’Egitto (2003). Memoria e politica nell’Egitto contemporaneo; 2017-04-07
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4 Chiti, Elena.
"Ink and blood: crime and popular culture in 2016 Egypt". The Tenth Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies; 2016-09-22 - 2016-09-24
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5 Chiti, Elena.
La fiction à l'épreuve de la réalité, la légitimité à l'épreuve de la révolution. Un regard sur les écrivains de Syrie. I: Ecrire l`inattendu.. Louvain-la-Neuve: Academia L`Harmattan 2015 ISBN 978-2-8061-0245-4. s. 61-75
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6 Chiti, Elena.
"Lack of collective resources = individual resourcefulness (ibtikar): an Egyptian broken code?". "Living 2016: Cultural Codes and Arrays in Arab Everyday Worlds—five years after the “Arab Spring”; 2016-05-29 - 2016-05-30
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7 Chiti, Elena.
Rendez-vous de l’Histoire du Monde Arabe. Traverser les frontières dans la littérature et le cinéma égyptien; 2017-05-21
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8 Chiti, Elena.
The Crisis as an Institutional Tool? Challenging Anti-Institutional Challenges in the Egyptian Cultural Field. Arab Cultural Fields in Crisis; 2016-11-07 - 2016-11-08
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9 Chiti, Elena; Fili-Tullon, Touriya; Valfort, Blandine.
Ecrire l`inattendu.. Louvain-la-Neuve: Academia L`Harmattan 2015 (ISBN 978-2-8061-0245-4) 340 s.
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10 Guellouz, Mariem; Achour Kallel, Myriam.
Dérja. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 482-483
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11 Guth, Stephan.
A close reading of Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht's "In 1926". What's in a Year?; 2015-12-10 - 2015-12-11
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12 Guth, Stephan.
An Egyptian utopia and "In 2016" : project presentation and a first attempt at an analysis. Tirsdagslunsj; 2016-03-29
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13 Guth, Stephan.
Arabic Fiction Five Years After the "Arab Spring" - Some general remarks. 10th meeting of the Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies; 2016-09-22 - 2016-09-24
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14 Guth, Stephan.
Die zum Islam konvertierte Jüdin – Zur Rolle eines Wunschbilds in nahöstlichen Gesellschaften nach dem 'Arabischen Frühling'. 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag; 2017-09-18 - 2017-09-22
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15 Guth, Stephan.
Dual identities / Masking. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 484-491
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16 Guth, Stephan.
Impressions from two festivals of the Arabic film (Oslo and Tübingen, 2016). Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 298-326
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17 Guth, Stephan.
"In 2016 - How it feels to live in the Arab World five years after the 'Arab Spring'" -- Presentation of the NFR-funded research project. Workshop "From Lingua Franca to the Arab World in 2016"; 2015-11-18 - 2015-11-19
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18 Guth, Stephan.
In 2016 - How it feels to live in the Arab world five years after the "Arab Spring": Introduction and presentation of a research project at UiO. 10th meeting of the Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies; 2016-09-22 - 2016-09-24
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19 Guth, Stephan.
Introduction: "Living 2016" and the "In 2016" Project. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 224-233
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20 Guth, Stephan.
Introduction [to the themed section on "Approaches to the Etymology of Arabic]. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 313-321
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21 Guth, Stephan.
Programs of Renewal: Towards an adab al-būḥ wa’l-ṣidq wa’l-karāma? An analytical and comparative glance at the forewords of some recent (literary?) publications. I: New Geographies: Texts and Contexts in Modern Arabic Literature. Madrid: Ediciones Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 2018 ISBN 9788483446201. s. 65-80
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22 Guth, Stephan.
The Past in the Present - and the Future!. I: Arabic Literature in a Posthuman World [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo]. Harrassowitz Verlag 2019 ISBN 978-3-447-11261-1. s. 13-52
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23 Guth, Stephan; Chiti, Elena.
Living 2016: Cultural Codes and Arrays in Arab Everyday Worlds Five Years After the “Arab Spring” = Proceedings of a workshop, held at the Department for Cultural Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS), University of Oslo, Norway, May 29-30, 2016.. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 221-388
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24 Guth, Stephan; Chiti, Elena; Hofheinz, Albrecht.
Arrays of Egyptian and Tunisian Everyday-Worlds: An update on the project "In 2016—How it felt to live in the Arab World five years after the 'Arab Spring'”. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 455-508
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25 Guth, Stephan; Hofheinz, Albrecht.
Introduction: From "Issues" to "Arrays". Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 457-462
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26 Guth, Stephan; Hofheinz, Albrecht; Chiti, Elena.
In 2016 -- How it felt to live in the Arab World five years after the "Arab Spring". Guth Hofheinz Chiti at <folk.uio.no> http://folk.uio.no/albrech/In2016/ 2018
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27 Guth, Stephan; Hofheinz, Albrecht; Haugen, Toril Kristin Viken.
Lagar "leksikon" over året 2016: Livet i Egypt og Tunisia fem år etter. Apollon [Tidsskrift] 2017-01-27
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28 Guth, Stephan; Pepe, Teresa.
Arabic Literature in a Posthuman World [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo]. Harrassowitz Verlag 2019 (ISBN 978-3-447-11261-1) 430 s. Mizan: Studien zur Literatur in der islamischen Welt(31)
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29 Hofheinz, Albrecht.
A Look Back on Generation Stuck: of Dreams Repressed, of Seeking a Way Out. Five Years after the Arab Spring: Political and Ideological Trends; 2016-06-10 - 2016-06-10
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30 Hofheinz, Albrecht.
Baby Milk. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 466-469
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31 Hofheinz, Albrecht.
Baby Milk. In 2016 Workshop; 2017-11-11 - 2017-11-12
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32 Hofheinz, Albrecht.
#Sisi_vs_Youth, or: Who Has a Voice in Egypt?. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 327-348
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33 Hofheinz, Albrecht.
Social Media Five Years after the “Arab Spring”—Some General Remarks. The Tenth Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies; 2016-09-22 - 2016-09-24
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34 Hofheinz, Albrecht.
Withdrawal from Taḥrīr? Voices from the social media on the fate of the revolution, the wall of fear, and the role of individual actors in post-coup Egypt. Oslo: Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo 2015 19 s.
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35 Håland, Eva Marie.
ʿĀmmiyya. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 463-465
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36 Håland, Eva Marie.
Voices in the Novel: Ten Yellow Leather Chairs. I: Arabic Literature in a Posthuman World [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo]. Harrassowitz Verlag 2019 ISBN 978-3-447-11261-1. s. 93-117
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37 Lindbekk, Monika.
Conversions. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 474-478
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38 Mohamed, Mohab Attia Mahmoud.
Digital reality as heterotopia: Exploring the relation between daily life discourse and online activity in Egyptian culture. Living 2016: Cultural Codes and Arrays in Arab Everyday Worlds—five years after the “Arab Spring”; 2016-05-29 - 2016-05-30
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39 Mohamed, Mohab Attia Mahmoud.
Living together in a patriarchal context – codes of coexistence. PhD researcher training course in literary, aesthetic and cultural studies; 2017-08-14 - 2017-08-18
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40 Mohamed, Mohab Attia Mahmoud.
presentation of PhD project. Workshop with Jocelyne Dakhlia; 2015-11-21
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41 Mohamed, Mohab Attia Mahmoud.
Satire (on YouTube Channels). Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 502-505
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42 Mohamed, Mohab Attia Mahmoud.
The parallel media: Comments on political and social life on YouTube channels. 10th meeting of the Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies; 2016-09-22 - 2016-09-24
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43 Mohamed, Mohab Attia Mahmoud.
The use of visual techniques in communicating meanings in YouTube activism. Visualizing Knowledge (Paris, 25- 28 April 2017),; 2017-04-25 - 2017-04-28
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44 Pepe, Teresa.
Aḥmad Nājī’s Istikhdām al-ḥayāh (Using Life) as “Critical Dystopia”. I: Arabic Literature in a Posthuman World [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo]. Harrassowitz Verlag 2019 ISBN 978-3-447-11261-1. s. 179-191
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45 Pepe, Teresa.
Crowdfunding. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. 479-481
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46 Pepe, Teresa; Guth, Stephan.
Foreword / Introduction. I: Arabic Literature in a Posthuman World [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo]. Harrassowitz Verlag 2019 ISBN 978-3-447-11261-1. s. IX-XVIII
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47 Yordanova, Mihaila.
Father Figures. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2017 ;Volum 17. s. -
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48 Zorgati, Ragnhild Johnsrud.
Impressions from Tunisia, Spring 2016. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies 2016 ;Volum 16. s. 385-388
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