Dalia F. Fahmy
Associate Professor of Political Science
Director of the Program in International Relations and Diplomacy
Long Island University
Dr. Fahmy most recent books include the following edited volumes: “Arab Spring: Modernity, Identity and Change,” “Illiberal Intelligentsia and the Future of Egyptian Democracy,” and “International Relations.” She is currently completing a monograph analyzing the rise and fall of the Muslim Brotherhood and the implications on the future of political Islam. She has published on democratization and most recently on the effects of Islamophobia on US foreign policy and American Identity and politics. She has given several briefings on the future of democracy in the Middle East. She has been interviewed by and written editorials in various media outlets including AlJazeera, ABC, CBS, CBC, CNBC, CNN, CTV, MSNBC, PBS, NPR, the Huffington Post, the Immanent Frame, and the Washington Post.
Dr. Fahmy has won several academic awards for her teaching and research including the prestigious Kleigman Prize in Political Science, the Newton Prize for Excellence in Teaching, and has been named NPR’s ‘Source if the Week’.