The listing below includes the main academic books, journal articles, and conference reports that were consulted in the preparation of this profile. The many news articles and non-scholarly websites that were consulted in the preparation of this profile are not included in the listing below but are rather embedded as links in the profile text itself.
Anne-Claire Kerbœuf. 2005. The Cairo Fire of 26 January 1952 and the Interpretations of History. In Arthur Goldschmidt, Amy J. Johnson, and Barak A. Salmoni (eds). Re-Envisioning Egypt, 1919-1952. Cairo, Egypt: The American University in Cairo Press.
Tamir Moustafa. 2000. Conflict and Cooperation between the State and Religious Institutions in Contemporary Egypt. International Journal of Middle East Studies 32(1): 3-22.
Eugene Rogan. 2009. The Arabs: A History. New York: Basic Books.
Tamir Moustafa. 2010. The Islamist Trend in Egyptian Law. Simons Papers in Security and Development, No. 2/2010, School for International Studies, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, May.
Abdeen Kandil. 2010. Gender and Migration: The Case of Egypt. San Diego di Fiesole, Italy: European University Institute.
Suad Joseph and Afsaneh Najmabadi. 2005. Family, law, and politics. In The Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures:. Leiden: The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV.
George N. Sfeir. 1956. The Abolition of Confessional Jurisdiction in Egypt: The Non-Muslim Courts. Middle East Journal. 10(3): 248-256.
Sami Aldeeb. 2000. Religious Teaching in Egypt and Switzerland. Text sent to the symposium organized by The Movement for Human Rights. Beyrouth.g>
Linda Herrera. 2000. Carving out Civic Spaces: Schooling, the State, and Alternative Education Movements. Conference on NGOs and governance in the Arab Countries. Cairo: Egypt.
Fatma Sayed (2006). Transforming Education in Egypt: Western Influence and Domestic Policy Reform. Cairo and New York: The American University in Cairo Press.
James A. Toronto and Muhammad S. Eissa. 2007. Egypt: Promoting Tolerance, Defending Against Islamism. In Eleanor Abdalla Doumato and Gregory Starrett (eds). Teaching Islam: Textbooks and Religion in the Middle East. Boulder, London: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Nathan J. Brown and Amr Hamzawy. 2008. The Draft Party Platform of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood: Foray into Political Integration or Retreat into Old Positions. Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
William L. Cleveland and Marton Bunton. 2009. A History of the Modern Middle East. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Ana Belén Soage and Jorge Fuentelesaz Franganillo. 2010. The Muslim Brothers in Egypt. In Barry Rubin (ed). The Muslim Brotherhood: The Organization and Policies of a Global Islamist Movement. New York: Palgrave McMillan.
Richard Gauvain. 2010. Salafism in Modern Egypt: Panacea or Pest? Political Theology 11(6): 802-825.
Paul Marshall. 2011. Egypt’s Other Extremists. The Hudson Institute.
Khalil al-Anany. 2009. Jihadi Revisionism: Will it Save the World? Massachusetts: Crown Center for Middle East Studies.
Amr Hamzawy and Sarah Grebowski. 2010. From Violence to Moderation: Al-Jama’a Al-Islamiyya and Al-Jihad. Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Rachel Scott. 2003. An ‘Official’ Islamic Response to the Egyptian al-Jihad Movement. Journal of Political Ideologies 8(1): 39-61.
Khaled Elgindy. 2011. Egypt’s Transition Six Months On. From Diversity to Divisiveness. The Brookings Institute. http://www.brookings.edu/opinions/2011/0804_egypt_elgindy.aspx.
Tamim Elyan. August 11, 2011. “Islamists reject Cabinet promises of supra-constitutional principles.” The Daily News Egypt. http://www.thedailynewsegypt.com/other-top-stories/islamists-reject-cabinet-promises-of-supra-constitutional-principles.html.
Gallup Center in Abu Dhabi. 2011. Egypt from Tahrir to Transition. http://www.abudhabigallupcenter.com/147896/egypt-tahrir-transition.aspx.
John Pollock. 2011. “Streetbook: How Egyptian and Tunisian youth hacked the Arab Spring.” MIT Technology Review. http://www.technologyreview.com/web/38379/ September.
Eric Trager. 2011. Egypt’s Triangular Power Struggle. Washington Institute for Near East Policy. http://washingtoninstitute.org/templateC05.php?CID=3387.
Eric Trager. August 30, 2011. “Egypt's Military Tribunals: Illiberal and Destabilizing.” Washington Institute for Near East Policy. http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/templateC05.php?CID=3395