Dina BisharaAssistant Professor, International and Comparative Labor
Dina Bishara is Assistant Professor of International and Comparative Labor at Cornell University. Her research interests include authoritarianism, state-labor relations, social and protest movements, and transitions from authoritarian rule. Her book, Contesting Authoritarianism: Labor Challenges to the State in Egypt, has been published with Cambridge University Press (2018). Her articles have been published or are forthcoming in Comparative Politics, Perspectives on Politics and Middle East Law and Governance. She has been awarded research fellowships from Harvard University, the University of Oxford, and the German Institute for International and Security Affairs.
- Dina Bishara. . Title: Precarious Collective Action: Unemployed Graduates Associations in the Middle East and North Africa, Comparative Politics .
- Dina Bishara. 2020. Legacy Trade Unions as Brokers of Democratization? Lessons from Tunisia, Comparative Politics . 52(2):173-195. (DOI:https://doi.org/10.5129/001041520X15657305839654)
- Dina Bishara. 2019. Kira D. Jumet, Contesting the Repressive State: Why Ordinary Egyptians Protested during the Arab Spring (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018). Pp. 296. $29.95 paper. ISBN: 9780190688462, International Journal of Middle East Studies . 51(3):513--514. (DOI:https://doi.org/10.1017/S0020743819000564)
- Dina Bishara. 2015. The politics of ignoring: Protest dynamics in late Mubarak Egypt, Perspectives on Politics . 13(4):958--975. (DOI:https://doi.org/10.1017/S153759271500225X)
- Holger Albrecht, Dina Bishara. 2011. Back on horseback: The military and political transformation in Egypt, Middle East Law and Governance . 3(1-2):13--23. (DOI:https://doi.org/10.1163/187633711X591396)
- Dina Bishara. 2018. Contesting Authoritarianism: Labor Challenges to the State in Egypt. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
- Dina Bishara. 2012. The power of workers in Egypt's 2011 uprising. Cairo, Egypt: American University in Cairo Press, 2012. Bahgat Korany and Rabab El-Mahdi. (83--104)