Masters Thesis

 

  • Joelle ​Petrus

"NGO Outreach to Priority Refugee Population Demographics in Cairo" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Rebecca Malcolm

"Spaces Between: Identities of Transnational People Expressed Through Their Art and Its Significance" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Hend A. F. Hafez, October 2010

"The Journey of Death: Suicide or Salvation?Irregular Egyptian Migration of Unaccompanied Minors to Italy"  A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Reham Shams ElDin, May 2010

"HIV Services for Refugees in Egypt" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Erin Ajygin

"Livelihoods and Family Formation among Eritrean Refugees in Cairo." A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Emilie Minnick

"Between Return and Resettlement: The formation of Iraqi Refugee 'communities' in Cairo and Amman" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Marise Habib

"Migration Intentions of Engineering students: Potential Labor Market, Financial, Social and Human Capital Implications" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Michael Carl Budd

"Mistakes in Identity: Sexual Orientation and Credibility in the Asylum Process" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Philip Edward Culbertsone

"Xenophobia: The Consequences of Being a Zimbabwean in South Africa" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.

  • Karin Fernandez

"The Gendering of Vulnerability and Protection Needs: Iraqi Male Refugees" A thesis presented to the Center for Migration and Refugee studies of the American University in Cairo.