Reviews, Studies.

Economist, July 15, 2004

The Pasha's Passing

"Samia Serageldin's novel was first published four years ago by a small university press in America. It is now being brought out in Britain by an imprint of HarperCollins a multi-national publisher. An enchanting novel-as-memoir, it fully deserves its crack at a wider audience." Read full article below:

 The Last Pasha’s Den Al-Ahram Weekly 1-7 February 2001, Issue no. 519.

The Hyphenated identity and the question of belonging: A study of Samia Serageldin’s The Cairo House

Studies in the Humanities: An Interview with Samia Serageldin, by Maysa Hayward. June 1, 2003

Unleashing the Power of the Hyphen: Application of Arts-Informed Inquiry and Psychoanalytic Perspectives in Autoethnography to Explore Cultural Hybridity by Tatiana Galetcaia

“The Burden of Belonging: Review of The Cairo House by Samia Serageldin,” M. Zaki, in Banipal Magazine of Modern Arab Literature (Spring/Summer 2001) pp136-7.

”Cairo House paints a fascinating portrait of Egyptian Family,” by Debbie Meyer, The Chapel Hill News, October 13, 2002.

”Interview with Samia Serageldin,” Heba Sharobeem, Cairo, December 18, 2002.