Tag: Maurice Chammah
My Father’s AleppoApril 2016
An exodus, a return, and the questions that follow.
A Tripartite DramaSeptember 2014
The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer mines the ongoing resonance of the Camp David Accords, on stage and on the page.
Maurice Chammah: Blue Star StateNovember 2013
Wendy Davis’s filibuster becomes a book, a performance piece, the origin story of a new political star, and a symbol of change in a maybe-not-so-red Texas.
The Minority Report of David PowellMarch 2013
The story behind a landmark case that transformed death penalty trials in the U.S.
Maurice Chammah: Egypt’s Military KitschJuly 2012
As Egypt’s first civilian president assumes his role, it’s unclear how much political power the nation’s generals will wield.
Maurice Chammah: After the RevolutionJune 2012
A year after the Arab Spring, Egyptian voters must choose between a Mubarak minister and a Muslim Brotherhood candidate. How did we get from Tahrir Square to here?