Ezzedine C. Fishere
Ezzedine C. Fishere teaches courses on Middle East politics. He is also a novelist and a contributing columnist at the Washington Post. Before coming to Dartmouth in September 2016, he taught at the Political Science department of the American University in Cairo, worked as a diplomat, wrote novels and – since the Tahrir Uprising, got engaged in Egyptian politics. This includes advising pro-democracy political groups, writing and speaking about Middle East political realities.
Middle Eastern Studies
- PH D Universite de Montreal, 1998
- MA University of Ottawa, 1995
- Ecole nationale d'administration (ENA- Paris) 1992
- BSc University of Cairo, 1987