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2013-2014 Academic Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, and Egyptology


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Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, and Egyptology
School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Anthropology

Professor Emeritus: D. Cole, N. Hopkins
Professor: S. Altorki
Associate Professor: R. Saad, H. Sabea
Assistant Professors: H. Al-Rustom, M. Tabishat, M. Khayyat, M. Anawati, M. Westmoreland
Assistant Professor and Post-Doctoral fellow: R. Aly
 

Sociology

Professor Emeritus : Dr. S. Ibrahim
Professor: M. Abaza (Chair fall 2013)
Associate Professors: N. Nosseir, H. Rizzo
Assistant Professors: A. Holmes, I. Morrison, A. Parrs, M. Rouchdy, M. Ryan

 

Sociology is the systematic study of society with special attention to social interaction and the social making of humans. It investigates the forces that hold society together and that threaten to pull it apart through the analysis of interaction at every level from micro-group interaction to competition of nation states. Having as its goal a holistic understanding of human society, human beings and their lives, sociology is relevant to a wide range of other disciplines and every day life issues. As a result, sociology has a broad scope that includes culture, family, gender, crime, religion, politics, development, population, and urbanization, among others. Besides their coursework, sociology majors are given the opportunity to carry out supervised field research as a part of their undergraduate program.

Egyptology

Professor Emeritus: K. Weeks
Professors: F. Haikal, S. Ikram, J. Swansan (Associate Provost)
Associate Professor: M. Ayad
Assistant Professors: L. Sabbahy
Assistant Professor & Post Doc Fellow: E. Salgues

Egyptology is the scientific study of the history and culture of Ancient Egypt, from the earliest times to the Arab conquest, a time span covering some 4,600 years. Egyptology covers all aspects of Ancient Egyptian civilization, from language and religion to art, architecture and social structure.

Psychology

Professor Emeritus: O. Farrag
Professor: C. Forden, H. Zaky
Associate Professors:
A. Justus, M. Amer, H. Henry
Assistant Professors:
A.Carrillo, B. Settlage
Assistant Professor & Post Doc Fellow:
K. Ellis

Psychology is the multifaceted scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. The program at AUC emphasizes physical, cognitive, emotional, personal, and social development from infancy to adulthood. This development is studied against a background of major theoretical and applied domains of psychology, concentrating on important aspects of individual, group, and cultural dynamics.

Sociology - Anthropology

Professor Emeriti: A. Cole, N. Hopkins , S. Ibrahim
Professors: S. Altorki, M. Abaza (Chair fall 2013)
Associate Professors: N. Nosseir, H. Rizzo, H. Sabea, R. Saad
Assistant Professors: A. Holmes, I. Morrison, A. Parrs, S. Perdigon , M. Rouchdy, M. Succarie, M. Tabishat, M. Westmoreland

 

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