Camillia Sobhy, a professor of comparative French literature at the faculty of linguistics and former head of Supreme Council for Culture, was appointed to head the NCT
Camilia Sobhy, professor of French comparative literature, was appointed on Monday as the new head of Egypt’s National Centre for Translation (NCT) to succeed professor Faisal Younis, who retired in April.
The appointment is Saber Arab’s last decision in office as minister of culture before he, along with the whole Egyptian cabinet, resigned on Monday.
Camilia Sobhy, the first woman to head the Supreme Council for Culture (SCC) since it was established in the 1980’s, will become the first woman to head the NCT, too. More.