Thoughts from Sidi Bou Said

My Egyptian background has made immersion in North Africa very interesting. It’s given a convenient benchmarking tool for things like cultural traditions and food preferences, or even economic, historical and political profiles, like the role of each country’s respective militaries in the region’s decolonization experiences. Fortunately Egypt’s dialect, understood acrossRead More

2014 Lauder Africa Report

Every year many students join the Lauder Institute, across our ten academic programs, with an interest in Africa. From students who aspire to work in the region to those who just want to learn more about this rapidly changing economic frontier, the Lauder Institute offers programs and activities to helpRead More