Ms. Reem El Barbary
Teaching Assistant
Office 118 - Building G

Reem El Barbary is a teaching assistant. She has taught a wide range of subjects since she joined the BUE Political Science department in 2015, upon her graduation.

Ms. El Barbary holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International and Comparative Law from The American University in Cairo and a B.Sc. in Political Science from the British University in Egypt. She is currently pursuing another Master’s degree (M.Sc.) in Political Science at The British University in Egypt.

Alongside teaching, she has been a very active volunteer in the BAEPS Community Service Committee and AUC’s Student Action for Refugees (STAR). Formerly an intern and a member of the organisational committee of the summer training programme at the League of Arab States (LAS), Ms. El Barbary participated in various extracurricular activities, initiatives, and conferences pertaining to sustainable development, youth, human rights, and regional politics.  

Education

M.Sc. in Political Science, Faculty of Business Administration, Economics, and Political Science, the British University in Egypt (ongoing).

LL.M. in Comparative and International Law,  School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, the American University in Cairo, 2020.

B.Sc.in Political Science, Faculty of Business Administration, Economics, and Political Science, the British University in Egypt in partnership with Loughborough University, 2015.

Research Interests
  • International Law
  • Human Rights
  • Gender Studies
Chapters in Books

Books:

El Barbary, R. M. (2020). Neoliberalism, Violence and Capital Accumulation [Master's Thesis, the American University in Cairo]. AUC Knowledge Fountain. Available at https://fount.aucegypt.edu/etds/1506. 

El Barbary, R. (2016). The State, Women and Domestic Violence in Egypt. Lambert Academic Publishing.

Responsibilities
Social Media Team - Programme Director Team - Community Service Team.
Modules
Global Political Economy - International Law - Democratic Politics - Non-Western Political Thought - Modern Political Theory - Human Rights - Consular & Diplomatic Affairs - Contemporary Ideologies - Politics of The Gulf - Negotiations & Conflict Resolution - Comparative Politics – Political Islam.