Michael Akladios is the Founder and Director of Egypt Migrations, a non-profit corporation in Canada. An historian of 20th century Egyptian migrations, his research critically reflects on the mundane transnationalism of Coptic and Muslim middle-class professionals in North American cities. He details the historical trajectory of Coptic diasporic activism in a forthcoming chapter in Dalia Abdelhady and Ramy Aly eds., The Routledge Handbook on Middle Eastern Diasporas (Routledge, 2021). You can follow him on twitter @michaelakladios.
Articles by: Michael Akladios