Noha Fikry is a PhD student in sociocultural anthropology at the University of Toronto. She was previously nurtured for seven years among incredible mentors at the American University in Cairo's anthropology department for, earning a bachelor's degree and a master's degree. Noha is interested in exploring food and human and animal relations in Egypt. Her research publications and undergraduate research papers are here: https://aucegypt.academia.edu/NohaFikry.
Posts by This Author
Ethnographic Experiments for Undergraduates: Reflections from The Ethnography Lab at the University of Toronto
Watching and analyzing TikTok viral videos, walking and engaging with students on campus, and attending meetings of a particular social movement are examples of... More
When I first started teaching as an adjunct faculty member at the American University in Cairo in 2018, I ran to one of my favorite mentors to share the excitin... More
Typically floor-length, black, and loose, abayas are dresses worn by women of working, middle, and upper classes in Egypt and other regions in the world. Conven... More
I titled my 2018 anthropology MA thesis for The American University in Cairo “Rooftop Recipes for Relating: Ecologies of Humans, Animals, and Life,” but it took... More