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Dr. Amr Nabil HAMZAWY Member, Parliament of Egypt; Professor, Department of Political Science, Cairo University and the American University of Cairo


1992-1993 Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, Cairo University
1998-2003 Assistant Professor of Political Science, Middle Eastern Study Section, Free University of Berlin
2003-2004 Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Cairo University
2005-2010 Senior Associate, Democracy and Rule of Law Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington D.C.
2010-2011 Research Director and Senior Associate, Carnegie Middle East Center, Beirut
2011 Elected Member of the Egyptian People Assembly
since 2011 Professor, Department of Political Science, Cairo University
2011 Founder for "Misr El Horya" (Freedom Egypt) Party
since 2011 Member National Council for Human Rights
Professor, Department of Political Sciences, AUC University


U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Fellowship to fund a visit to political science department at several Universities in the U.S., 1989
Dutch Foreign Ministry (The Hague), Fellowship to conduct Masters studies in the Netherlands, 1990-1992
Hans Seidel Foundation (Munich), Fellowship to conduct doctoral research at the Free University of Berlin, 1994-1998
German Institute for advanced Studies (Berlin),Fellowship to conduct field research on Islamism in the Arab world in Beirut, Lebanon, 1999


Contemporary Arab Political Thoughts: The dialectics of continuity and changes (German), Hamburg: Schrifften des Deutschen Orient-Instituts, 2005
The Arab Future: Debates on democracy. Political islam and Resistance (Arabic), Beirut: Dar an-Nabar, 2010
Brown, N.; Hamzawy, A.N.: Between Religion and Politics, Washington D.C. and Beirut, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2010


Robert Busch Foundation (Bonn, Germany), Grant to conduct research on civil society actors in the Arab world, 2000-2001
United Nations Development Program (Cairo), Grant to conduct on good governance in Egypt at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, 2003-2004
U.S. Institute of Peace (Washington D.C.), Grant to conduct a research for a book titled "Islamists in Parliament: The effect of parliamentary participation on Islamist, Political movements in the Arab world", with Nathan J.Brown, 2006-2007