The Bowab’s Daughters

A Qualitative Study of Ramadan in Egypt

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A qualitative study across class and gender of the transient mini-verse of Ramadan in Egypt. by Amanda Tapp “Ramadan is an example of how humans differentiate themselves as different from any other type of being - the spiritual value you get from fasting, from understanding what it means to fast. Understanding that your mind is … Continue reading A Qualitative Study of Ramadan in Egypt

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Deciding to stay in Egypt during COVID-19 as a Chinese-British Woman

COVID-19: The unasked for mirror of humanity and the individual. On Monday March 16th, Egypt announced it would close all the airports for two weeks. As a 24-year-old British-Chinese UK citizen, I decided to stay in Egypt during the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic is a testament to humanity and the unasked-for mirror of ourselves.  When … Continue reading Deciding to stay in Egypt during COVID-19 as a Chinese-British Woman

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A Call for Pedagogical Reform

"There is a fundamental crisis in our global education system. Today's global education systems are primarily designed in the form of disciplinary learning. This method of disciplinary learning constrains the learner into a number of commandment that must be the underlying basis and start towards analysing and examining the subject matter."