A Dictionary of the Revolution
An online archive of voices of Egyptian people, documenting their understandings and perceptions of events after 2011. Material for the Dictionary was collected in conversations with around 200 individuals in Egypt from March to August 2014. Participants reacted to vocabulary cards containing 160 words that were frequently used in political conversation, talking about what the words meant to them, who they heard using them, and how their meanings had changed since the revolution. The website contains 125 imagined dialogues woven from transcription of this speech.
Amira Hanafi, “A Dictionary of the Revolution,” Politics, Popular Culture and the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, accessed July 9, 2020, https://egyptrevolution2011.ac.uk/items/show/102.