Dr. Amal Hamada is working in Faculty of Economic and Political Science, Cairo University, Political Science Department as an assistant professor. She has finished her PH.D in 2007. The title of her thesis was “The Iranian Experience in Transition from Revolution into Statehood” and it was nominated for publication by Cairo University. Her Masters was on “The Role of the Ulama in the making of the Iranian Revolution 1979-1981”. She was the Fulbright Scholar in Residence at Lehigh University, USA for the academic year 2008-2009, where she taught a course on “Civil Society and Democracy in the Middle East”. She was a visiting scholar at the Frie University in Berlin in 2012 and 2013 and University of Tubengin 2012. She is working as deputy director of center for civilization studies and dialogue of cultures, Cairo University. Her research interests are comparative politics issues; she have conducted research and written on virtual politics in Egypt and Iran, Youth Politics and change in the Middle East, Role of the Military Establishment in Egypt after Jan. 25 and doing a lot of field work in regard to studying the political awareness and its relation to the political process.