- Title Pages
- Contesting Myths, Critiquing Cosmopolitanism, and Creating the New Cairo School of Urban Studies
- 1 Cairo as Neoliberal Capital? From Walled City to Gated Communities
- 2 Cairo as Capital of Socialist Revolution?
- 3 Cairo as Regional/Global Economic Capital?
- 4 Cairo as Global/Regional Cultural Capital?
- 5 Egyptianizing the American Dream
- 6 Café Latte and Caesar Salad
- 7 <b>From Dubai to Cairo</b>
- 8 <b>Keeping Him Connected</b>
- 9 <b>Reconstructing Islamic Cairo</b>
- 10 <b>Urban TransformationsSocial</b>
- 11 <b>Pyramids and Alleys</b>
- 12 Belle-éPoque Cairo
- 13 <b>Upper Egyptian Regionally Based Communities in Cairo</b>
- 14 <b>Place, Class, and Race in the Barabra Café</b>
- 15 When the Lights Go Down in Cairo
- 16 <b><i>A Round Trip to Isma‘iliya</i></b>
- 17: <b>Mulids of Cairo</b>
- 18 <b>The Giza Zoo</b>
- 19 <b>Egypt's Pop-music Clashes and the ‘world-crossing’ Destinies of Muhammad ‘ali Street Musicians</b>
- Whose Cairo?
- Cairo Cosmopolitan
- American University in Cairo Press
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