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#centennial
Feb
20
Wed
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Asaud Hall
01:00 pm
“Blind Spot: Notes on Reading Blindness," a lecture with Lina Meruane, Chilean author and professor at New York University. The lecture will take place Wednesday, February 20, 2019, from 1 - 2 pm in
“Blind Spot: Notes on Reading Blindness” with Lina Meruane
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#centennial
Feb
23
Sat
Oriental Hall
08:30 am
International Graduate Student Conference: Literature of the Americas and the Arab WorldKeynote speakers:Lina Meruane, Chilean author and professor at New York UniversityIman Mersal, Egyptian/Can
International Graduate Student Conference: Literature of the Americas and the Arab World
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#centennial
Feb
23
Sat
Oriental Hall
05:00 pm
“Chilestineans 4.0: Migration, Assimilation, Identification and Return” With Chilean author, Lina Meruane, professor at New York University Part of the International Graduate Student Conference:
“Chilestineans 4.0: Migration, Assimilation, Identification and Return”
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#Featured
Mar
4
Mon
The Allam Amphitheatre
All-day
AUC is excited to celebrate and share its uniquely international identity during Centennial International Day. A hallmark of the AUC experience, this year’s International Day will be open to the pub
Centennial International Day
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Mar
7
Thu
P071 Al-WALEED Hall
01:00 pm
Celebrating the winners of a student essay competition on the significance of International Women Day.  Restricted to the AUC Community Only.
International Women’s Day
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#Featured
Mar
9
Sat
Future and Legacy Galleries
02:00 pm
Relive one of the most influential events in history at Egypt’s 1919 Revolution Commemoration on AUC’s iconic Tahrir Square campus. Most Egyptian intellectuals regard the 1919 revolution – which
Egypt’s 1919 Revolution Commemoration
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Mar
18
Mon
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Hall
01:00 pm
The Arabesque, a form of decorative ornament based on stylized leaves and tendrils, is one of the most popular and emblematic elements of Islamic art. Whether in manuscripts or bindings, ceramics, sto
Qahwa and Kalam Lunch Hour Series
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Mar
20
Wed
Future and Legacy Galleries
07:00 pm
Global leadership in a changing world: Dame Minouche Shafik shares reflections from her career spanning global finance, development economics and academia at this year’s Nadia Younes Memorial Lectur
Nadia Younes Memorial Lecture: Dame Minouche Shafik
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Mar
24
Sun
Dubai
06:00 pm
Don’t miss our celebrity talk with Asser Yassin ’04, award-winning Egyptian actor, writer and film producer working to promote and support the development of performing arts in the region; and Mar
Dubai Centennial Alumni Speaker Series
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Mar
31
Sun
AUC New Cairo
07:00 pm
  Celebrating the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's 10th Anniversary 
School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's 10th Anniversary
#AUC100
Apr
10
Wed
06:00 pm
Let's bring together the AUC community as a whole and alumni in particular and to engage the AUC community in Jeddah and worldwide in all the activities and festivities of the Centennial year. More i
Alumni Global Lecture in Jeddah
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Apr
11
Thu
Boston
06:30 pm
Learn about “Interdisciplinary Research and its Impact on Computer Science” from the expert on the topic. Magy Seif El-Nasr ’95, associate professor at Northeastern University’s College of Com
Interdisciplinary Research and its Impact on Computer Science
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Apr
15
Mon
Ewart Memorial Hall
06:00 pm
You are cordially invited to attend the School of continuing Education's Free Community Lecture Series 3. The purpose of this lecture series is to offer the community an opportunity to listen to, lear
SCE Community Lecture Series 3
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May
16
Thu
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
06:00 pm
Join us at AUC’s eighth annual Benefit Dinner amid the majestic setting of ancient Egypt’s Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. As usual, our generous community of
Centennial Benefit Dinner
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Jun
11
Tue
London
06:00 pm
Attend a riveting discussion by AUC Professor of Economics Adel Beshai ’63 and Shima Barakat ’95, ’98, research and teaching fellow in enterprise and entrepreneurship at Judge Business School, U
London Centennial Alumni Speaker Series
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Sep
12
Thu
Geneva
07:00 pm
Hear from Ambassador Walid Abdelnasser ’83, ’85, Egypt’s former permanent representative to the United Nations, former chief of cabinet of Egypt’s minister of foreign affairs and current direc
Geneva Centennial Alumni Speaker Series
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Oct
9
Wed
Ewart Memorial Hall
06:00 pm
AUC proudly recognizes a century in service of our greater community — work that has already made an impact and will continue to shape the future.
100 Years of Community Service
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Oct
23
Wed
06:00 pm
Engage in conversation with Jawad Anani ‘67, chairman of the board of Amman Stock Exchange, president of the Jordanian Economic and Social Council and former deputy minister and foreign minister of
Amman Centennial Alumni Speaker Series
#AUC100
Nov
6
Wed
06:00 pm
Join us in celebrating 100 years of student leadership and achievement in governance by our Student Union.
100 Years of Student Union
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Feb
16
Sun
AUC New Cairo
All-day
Wrapping up a year of festivities, AUC closes its centennial celebration on a high note with a week of events, activities and performances. 100 Years of Fashion • Alumni Weekend • 40 Years of Pres
Centennial Celebration Week
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Saturday, February 16
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
16 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
16 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
16 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Sunday, February 17
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
17 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
17 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
17 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Monday, February 18
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
18 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
18 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
18 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Tuesday, February 19
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
19 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
19 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
19 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
Wednesday, February 20
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
20 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
20 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
This Is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار
20 Feb @ All-day | Howard Hall
On the occasion of its centennial, “This is What Has Come to Be أهو ده اللي صار” showcases contemporary design reflections on the 1919 Egyptian revolution.   With a fresh take on history, the selected students’ designs echo their diverse backgrounds and individual perceptions of the events. The art highlights a main feature o
“Blind Spot: Notes on Reading Blindness” with Lina Meruane
20 Feb @ 01:00 pm | Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Asaud Hall
“Blind Spot: Notes on Reading Blindness," a lecture with Lina Meruane, Chilean author and professor at New York University. The lecture will take place Wednesday, February 20, 2019, from 1 - 2 pm in Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Hall, Tim Sullivan Lounge, AUC New Cairo tel: 20.2.2615.1628/1630 email: eclinfo@aucegypt.edu     �
Thursday, February 21
"Bint al-Nil" (Daughter of the Nile) by Sherin Guirguis
21 Feb @ All-day | Future and Legacy Galleries
For her first exhibition in Egypt, Los Angeles-based artist Sherin Guirguis shares the untold story of feminist, activist and poet Doria Shafik (1908 - 1975) through various artwork. The exhibition is inspired by the life and work of Shafik, who, in the 1950s, led an army of women and stormed onto the floor of Egypt’s parliament to demand their r
"When Dreams Call for Silence" by Huda Lutfi
21 Feb @ All-day | Margo Veillon Gallery
An exceptional showcase by renowned visual artist and cultural historian Huda Lutfi, where she manages to bridge the gap between the intellectual and the aesthetic in a brilliant manner. Lutfi is a former associate professor of history in AUC’s Department of Arabic Studies. When Dreams Call for Silence marks her first exhibition at AUC in more th
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