- Position: Associate Professor and Chair
- Department: Department of History
- Email: email@example.com
Pascale Ghazaleh is chair and an associate professor of history at The American University in Cairo. Ghazaleh has taught in AUC's history department since 2005. She is an expert on Ottoman history and 19th century Egypt.
Ghazaleh received her PhD in history (très honorable, félicitations du jury) from Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris in June 2004. Her dissertation was titled “Généalogies patrimoniales. La constitution des fortunes urbaines: Le Caire, 1780-1830” (Patrimonial Genealogies. The Constitution of Urban Wealth: Cairo, 1780-1830). She received her MA in Arabic studies, with a specialization in Middle East history, from The American University in Cairo in 1997. Her thesis was titled "Crafts and Craftspeople in Cairo, 1750-1850." Ghazaleh holds a BA in political science and a minor in development studies from The American University in Cairo.
- State-society relations in the 19th century
- Labor history
- Social classifications
- Legal reform