Dr. Nadia Badreddine Abou Ghazi
She is a professor of Political Science at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, and the Director of the Center for Political Research, Studies, and Intercultural Dialogue at the same college.
She graduated from the Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, in 1979.
She obtained a master's degree in 1984 from Cairo University, with a thesis titled "The Issue of Freedom in Egyptian Contemporary Theater, 1952-1967."
She obtained her Ph.D. in 1993 through a joint supervision between Cairo University and the Institute of Political Science in Paris, with a dissertation titled "The State and Culture in Egypt: A Study of Cultural Politics and its Impact on the Intellectual Environment, 1970-1981."
She holds a Bachelor's degree in Arabic Language and Literature from Yarmouk University, Jordan, in 1985.
She is a member of several civil society associations working in the field of culture in Egypt.
She has authored several publications and research papers in the fields of public opinion studies, communication, political sociology, cultural studies, cultural policies, and political and social analysis of creativity.
She has participated in numerous conferences and intellectual forums in Egypt, the Arab world, and France.