Talks and media

Video talks and interviews:

Conversation with Hani Morsi on Social Media, Activism and Political Changes in Egypt since 2011 from Leslie Chan on Vimeo.

Hani Morsi on Social Media and Political Activism in Egypt from Leslie Chan on Vimeo.

Book, article and blog quotes and interviews:

Abolfazli, M. (2013). Using the C-word About Egypt. Retrieved August 5, 2015, from [quoted]

Broding, I. (2011). Für Revolution drücken Sie bitte die Rautetaste. Retrieved August 5, 2015, from [interview]

Emre, P. O. (2014). Does the Opposition Progress in Networks? Does the Opposition Get Caught in the Net? Journal of Media Critiques, (2), 176–177. Retrieved from [quoted]

From Tahrir Square: The First Days of Revolution. (2012). The Bowdoin Globalist, 17. Retrieved from [quoted]

Halaseh, R. (2012). Civil Society, Youth and the Arab Spring. In M. Calleya, Stephen & Wohlfeld (Ed.), Change and Opportunities in the Emerging Mediterranean. Retrieved from [quoted]

Khoury, D. (2012). Social Media and the Revolutions: How the Internet Revived the Arab Public Sphere and Digitalized Activism. Retrieved from [quoted]

Lotan, G. (2011). Egypt: Social Media in the Middle East as a Tool for Incremental Change · Global Voices. Retrieved August 5, 2015, from [blog posts featured and quoted]

Neubauer, Tit ; Pusnik, T. (2011). Are we witnessing a Facebook revolution? Evaluating the impacts of Web 2.0 in the peoples’ struggles in North Africa and some implications for citizenship education. Retrieved from [quoted]

Selim, M. (2014). Mapping harassment in Egypt | Tea After Twelve. Tea After Twelve. Retrieved from [quoted]

Servaes, J. (2013). Sustainability, Participation & Culture in Communication: Theory and Praxis (Vol. 3). Intellect Books. pp 139  [quoted]

Tande, D. (2011). The Digital Disconnect and Misconceptions about “Revolution 2.0” – AfrICT (Africa ICT). Retrieved August 5, 2015, from [quoted]

York, J. (2012). The Arab Digital Vanguard: How a Decade of Blogging Contributed to a Year of Revolution on JSTOR. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 13(1), 33–42. [quoted] [profile]

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