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social movements, rural politics, law and society, human rights, political economy, court politics
Awards and Honors
Bastian Transnational Graduate Fellowship (2019), University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Civil Society Scholar Award (2018- 2019), Open Society Foundations
McPhail Collaborative Research Award (2017), University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Summer 2020: Sociology of Deviance (Soc 310)
Fall 2020: Global Inequalities and Social Change (Soc 160)
Khalil, Heba, and Brian Dill (2018). "Negotiating statist neoliberalism: the political economy of post-revolution Egypt." Review of African Political Economy 1-18.
Moussawi, G., & Khalil, H. (2018). Book Review: Sexual States: Governance and the struggle over the antisodomy law in India by Jyoti Puri. Gender and Sexuality.
Khalil, H.M (2020) “Lawyers and politics: lawyering and counter-lawyering in Egypt.” In Ed. Springborg, R et al. The Routledge Handbook on Egyptian Politics. London: Routledge, 2020 (forthcoming).
Khalil, H (2019). “Access denied: everyday movements for public Services in Egypt”. In Al-Asfari Institute’s ed. Transnational Social Movements in the Arab Region. The American University in Beirut Press.
Khalil, H (2019). “Revolution in Parallel Times: An Ethnography of an Egyptian Village in Flux”. In: ed., Transformative Justice in Egypt and Tunisia. American University in Cairo Press.
Nothing New on the Nile. Foreign Policy, 2015.
Khalil, Heba, and Allison Corkery. Egypt Must Stop Penalizing the Poor Foreign Policy 2014.