The Spaces of Liberation Team and its associates and research groups have been active in disseminating our research efforts, findings and results through several venues and publishing or media outlets. Here is a glimpse of our recent publications.
Stay tuned for up-to-date information on our dissemination activities and publications…
Book: “The Architecture of Home in Cairo: Socio-Spatial Practice of the Hawari’s Everyday Life”
Abdelmonem, M.G., Farnham: Ashgate
Article: “In search of common grounds: Stitching the divided landscape of urban parks in Belfast’s interface zones”
Abdelmonem, M.G., McWhinney, R., 2015, Cities. Vol. 44, pp 40-49
Chapter: “Chase over the Nile: The Social Evolution of riverine landscape in Urban Egypt”
Abdelmonem, M.G., In Silva, C.N. (ed.), “Urban Planning in North Africa”, Farnham: Ashgate. (Forthcoming).
Book: “Traditions: The ‘Real’, the Hyper and the Virtual in the Built Environment “
AlSayyad, N., London: Routledge.
Article: “Narratives of Spatial Division: The Role of Social Memory in Shaping Urban Space in Belfast”
Mulholland, C., Abdelmonem, M.G., Selim, G., Journal of Civil Engineering & Architecture. Vol.8, No.6; pp746-760
Article: “Cairene Homes of Modernity: The Changing Architecture of the Home in Early 20th Century Cairo”
Abdelmonem, M.G., 2014, Traditional Dwellings and Settlements WPS. Vol. 254, pp1-20. [2014 Jeffrey Cook Award Winner]
Article: “Revolting Arts or Spatial Democracy: Performances of popular arts during the Egyptian Revolution?”
Abou El Fadl, B.R. & Abdelmonem, M.G., GAU Journal of Social and Applied Sciences. Vol.6, No.10; pp. 444-470
Working Paper: “Spaces that Revolt: Narratives of everyday revolution in Cairo”
Abdelmonem, M. G., World Congress of Middle Eastern Studies, Working Paper
Article: “Between tradition and modernity: Determining spatial systems of privacy in the domestic architecture of contemporary Iraq”
Al-Thahab, A., Mushatat, S., Abdelmonem M.G., International Journal of Architectural Research , Vol. 8, No. 3, pp 238-250.
Article: “Negotiating spatiality: Potential of border areas for inter group mixing in divided cities”
Mulholland, C., Abdelmonem, M. G. & Selim, G., GAU Journal of Social and Applied Sciences. Vol.6, No.10; pp. 428-441
Article: “The Disrupted Space: Safety and Security in traditional contexts”
Selim, Gehan & Abdelmonem, M. Gamal, Lonaard, Vol. 15, No. 3, p. 6 – 51.
Article: “Instituting Order: the limitations of Nasser’s post-colonial planning visions for Cairo in the case of the indigenous quarter of Bulaq (1952–70)”
Selim, Gehan. Planning Perspectives.
Book: “Peripheries: Edge conditions in architecture”
Morrow, Ruth & Abdelmonem, M. Gamal (eds.), London: Routledge
Article: “Architecture, memory and historical continuity in Old Cairo”
Abdelmonem, M. Gamal & Selim, Gehan; Journal of Architecture, Vol. 17, No. 2, p. 163-189.
Article: “The Contemporary Urban Condition: Understanding the Globalizing City as Informal, Contested, and Anchored“
Gaffikin, F. & Perry, D. C., Urban Affairs Review, Vol. 48, No. 5, pp. 701-730.
Book: “Cairo: Histories of a city”
AlSayyad, Nezar; London: Harvard University press
Book: “Planning in Divided Cities: collaborative shaping of contested space” (Book)
Gaffikin, F. & Morrissey, M., London: Wiley-Blackwell
Article: “Understanding Everyday Homes of Urban Communities: The Case of Local Streets (Hawari) of Old Cairo”
Abdelmonem, M. G., Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Vol. 5, No. 11, pp. 996-1010.
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