“Syria’s Revolution and Egypt’s Elections”

Listen to “Syria’s Revolution and Egypt’s Elections“, a recent discussion on WUNC’s “The State of Things” with Audrey Anne Lavallee-Berlanger, a rising senior at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who spent this past school year at Damascus University and working in refugee camps on Syria’s borders; miriam cooke, a professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Duke University and author of several books about the Middle East including, Dissident Syria (Duke University Press/2007); and Samia Serageldin, an Egyptian-born, Chapel Hill-Based novelist.