While this study on the historiography of the French occupation in not fully inclusive, it highlights the complexity and changing views on events in Egypt’s past and how these views were influence by political and social factors. The French occupation of Egypt will continue to be a viewed in various ways for various agendas.


Arab & Islamic Civilizations Department

Degree Name

MA in Arabic Studies

Graduation Date


Submission Date

November 2013

First Advisor

Ghazaleh, Pascale

Committee Member 1

Han, Nelly

Committee Member 2

Reimer, Michael


106 p.

Document Type

Master's Thesis

Library of Congress Subject Heading 1

Egypt -- History -- French occupation, 1798-1801.

Library of Congress Subject Heading 2

Egypt -- History -- 1517-1882.


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