Carol Berger

Carol Berger is an anthropologist who specializes in South Sudan. She is a former foreign correspondent, reporting for the BBC, The Guardian, and The Economist from the Middle East and the Horn of Africa. She lives in Cairo, Egypt.


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Egypt and the Enemy Within

Carol Berger and Marie-Jeanne Berger report on recent developments in Egypt, in the wake of attacks on security forces and civilians....


Waiting for the Barbarians: Cavafy and Tahrir Square
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