Dr. Öğr. Üyesi


  1. Lisans

    Kahire Üniversitesi, Siyaset Bilimi, 1987 (Onur Derecesi)

  2. Yüksek Lisans

    Kahire Üniversitesi, Siyaset Bilimi, 1995 (Onur Derecesi)

  3. Doktora

    Kahire Üniversitesi, Siyaset Felsefesi, 2007 (Onur Derecesi)

Araştırma Alanları

Trans-local and Cyber-Islam, Vatandaşlığın değişen vecheleri, Küreselleşme ve demokrasi, Şehir sosyolojisi, Kozmopolitanizm


Doktorasını Kahire Üniversitesi’nde Siyaset Felsefesi alanında tamamlayan Heba Ezzat, mukayeseli siyaset teorisi, küreselleşme, vatandaşlık kavramları üzerinde çalışmalarını sürdürmektedir.

Kahire Üniversitesi, London Schools of Economics, Kahire Amerikan Üniversitesi, Oxford Üniversitesi, University of Berkeley ve Westminister Üniversite’lerinde araştırmacı olarak çalıştı ve dersler verdi.

The Oxford Encyclopaedia for Islam and Women adlı ansiklopedinin yayın kurulunda bulundu. Birçok sivil toplum kuruluşunda aktif rol aldı.

İngilizce ve Arapça birçok akademik yayını bulunan Heba Ezzat, Mayıs 2017’den beri İbn Haldun Üniversitesi Siyaset Bilimi ve Uluslararası İlişkiler bölümünde öğretim üyesidir.


2013 – Award for Outstanding Support of German-Egyptian Collaboration in Science and Innovation-DAAD (German Academic Exchange Program-Cairo)

2008 – Selected for the program of Future Leaders by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs to visit for a week and have meetings with officials, policy makers, intellectuals, and civil society figures on a topic choice, and chose to have the visit scheduled around the topic of French secularism “Laicité”.

2005 – Member of Young Global Leaders of the World Initiative by the World Economic Forum (Davos)


  • Member, the board of advisors of the 6 years programme ‘Legitimacy in Global Governance’ at the University of Stockholm-Sweden, recently awarded funding by the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Fund.
  • Deputy Director (Foundational Period), Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies-Cairo University Convenor for the Arab World of the 5 years project on Building Global Democracy, Warwick University-UK 2007-2012
  • Established and coordinated a Diploma for Public Policy and Child Rights at Cairo University (and three other Arab Universities in parallel) as a TEMPUS project in coordination with UNICEF. Partner universities included Cairo University, Assuit university (upper Egypt), the Hashemite and the Jordanian university (Jordan). The European partner universities were : Maastricht, the ISS/Hague, Bristol (UK) and Free University Berlin (FUB).
  • Editorial Board Member, The Oxford Encyclopaedia for Islam and Women, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Acting Teputy, the Centre for Political Research and Studies
  • Coordinator, the Civil Society Program for Research and Training, and Foreign Relations Coordinator, Centre for Political Research and Studies,  Cairo University
  • Coordinator, Foreign relations and academic events, Program for Dialogue between Civilizations-Faculty of Economics/Cairo University,
  • Deputy, the Centre for European Studies-Faculty of Economics/Cairo University
  • Frequent academic Advisor and reviewer for Fulbright, Carnegie, DAAD and other academic and research/funding bodies.

Akademik Yayınlar


  • Heba Raouf Ezzat and Aly El Raggal, “Can a revolution be negotiated?”, in : William Zartman (ed.), Arab spring : Negotiating in the Shadow of the Intifadat, Athens/US: Georgia University Press.
  • Co-editor, “Children and young people in  times of conflict and change:  Child rights in the Middle East  and North Africa”, Global Studies of Childhood, Vol.5 (2)
  • Heba Raouf Ezzat and Khaled Mansour, “Faith-based Action in Development and Humanitarian Work”, in: Global Civil Society Yearbook 2009, London: Sage Publications and the Centre for Global Governance-LSE.
  • Heba Raouf Ezzat,”The Future of Arab Women”, in : John Esposito and John Donohue (eds.),Islam in Transition: Muslim Perspectives, Oxford: OUP, 2006.
  • Co-author, Arab Human Development Report 2006 –Theme: Gender Equality in the Arab World. UNDP.
  • Heba Raouf Ezzat and Mary Kaldor, “Not Even a Tree : Delegitimizing Violence and the Prospects for Pre-emptive Civility ”in:  Global Civil Society Yearbook 2005, London: Sage Publications and the Centre for Global Governance- LSE, 2005.
  • Heba Raouf Ezzat, “Beyond Methodological Modernism: Global Civil Society and Multi-culturalism ”in:  Global Civil Society Yearbook 2004, London: Sage Publications and the Centre for Global Governance-LSE, 2004.
  • Contributed with a background paper to the UNIFEM Report on Women in the Arab World 1994-2004 (2004).
  • Globalization, Gender and Religion: The Politics of Women’s rights in Catholic and Muslim Contexts, Editors: Jane Bayes and Nayereh Tohidi, NY: Palgrave ,2001. Contributor with a Chapter .
  • Islam and Secularism in the Middle East/Co-author, NY: NY University Press 2000-Editor: John Esposito. Contributor with a Chapter.
  • Islam and Equality: Debating the Future of Women’s and Minority Rights in the Middle East and North Africa , NY: LCHR. (Contributor with a Chapter )






  • Heba Raouf Ezzat, Tamaddun and Umran: In Search of Humanity                         Due 2018

Mascat: Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs of Sultanate of Oman.

  • Heba Raouf Ezzat, Towards a New Civility, Beirut: The Arab Network for Research and Publishing.


  • Heba Raouf Ezzat, Political Imagination of Islamists, Beirut: The Arab Network for Research and Publishing.
  • Editor of a series titled: Strategic Fiqh-published by The Arab Network for Research and Publishing, and writes the analytical introductions of the volumes. The last three books published 2015-2016 were translations of  Zygmunt Bauman’s Liquid Modernity, Liquid Life and Liquid Love.
  • Published numerous articles in Journals on Islamic political theory, women’s rights, human rights, and global civil society.
  • “The Political Imagination of Islamists: A Conceptual Analysis”,  in: Amr El Coubaky (ed.), Islamists and the  Democratic Transformation, Cairo: Al- Ahram Center for Strategic Studies.
  • Editor, Globalization: New Visions for a Changing World, Cairo: Publications of the Department of Political Science at Cairo University.
  • Women ,Ethics and Religion /Co-authored with Nawal Saadawi in the form of a debate (Damascus: Dar Al Fikr, 2000)
  • Author, Women and Politics: An Islamic Perspective (Washington D.C.: IIIT, 1995)
  • The National Dialogue/Co-author (Cairo: Egyptian Peace and Justice Committee-Egyptian Catholic Church, 1994)