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Carmen Gitre is an associate professor of history at Virginia Tech.
- Modern Egyptian History
- Popular Culture
- Theater and Performance
- Ph.D., Rutgers University
- MAT, Dominican University
- B.A., Northwestern University
- Middle East Studies Association
- American Historical Association
- Favorite Faculty Award, Residential Life, Virginia Tech, 2015
- Bevier Fellowship, Graduate School-New Brunswick (GS-NB), Rutgers University, 2006
- Fulbright Fellowship, 2005
Acting Egyptian: Theater, Identity, and Political Culture in Cairo, 1869–1930 (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2019).
“The Dramatic Middle East: Performance as History in Egypt and Beyond,” History Compass, 13/10 (2015): 521-532.
“Farāḥ Effendi Anṭūn, and the Staging of a ‘New Egypt’,” Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement 28, (2012): 139-150.
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