I am an Assistant Professor at the American University in Cairo. I hold a doctorate in public policy from Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. I am married with three children. I am half Kenyan, half American, married to a Kenyan. The American side of me is of German and French extraction. I grew up in the United States, in New Mexico, so I am a straight-shooting Westerner. Many people say I look Egyptian, others say I look Puerto Rican, Dominican, Brazilian or Swahili. I think this makes me a Global Citizen! Please check out my more scholarly work at www.warigiabowman.com
An Alexandrian Adventure
Tourism in Egypt is down sharply, and vendors are hurting, but the country is safe.
change and politics in Egypt's tourism capital
One wife's experience of Egyptian life under military rule.
This revolution is personal.
Egyptian politics in the week after the constitutional referendum.
What time at the market can teach you about Egyptian politics.