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Anouar Abdel-Malek gained a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1954 from Ain Shams University before studying for a doctorate at the Sorbonne. He subsequently joined the CNRS, becoming head of research there in 1970.
- Égypte : société militaire, 1962. Translated by Charles Lam Markmann as Egypt: military society; the army regime, the left, and social change under Nasser, 1968.
- Anthologie de la littérature arabe contemporaine, 1964
- Idéologie et renaissance nationale, l'Égypte moderne, 1969
- La Pensée politique arabe contemporaine, 1970. Translated by Michael Pallis as Contemporary Arab political thought, 1983
- (ed.) Sociologie de l'impérialisme, 1971
- La dialectique sociale, 1972. Translated by Mike Gonzalez as Social dialectics, 2 vols., 1980.
- Nation and revolution, 1981
- (ed. with Miroslav Pečujlićand Gregory Blue) Science and technology in the transformation of the world, 1982
- (ed. with Ānisujjāmāna) Culture and thought in the transformation of the world, 1983.
- Nkrumah, Gamal (16–22 March 2006). "Anouar Abdel-Malek: And the light flickers on". Profile. Al-Ahram. Retrieved 31 August 2012.
- Sayed Mahmoud, Anouar Abdel-Malek, champion of pan-Arabism, dies at 88, Ahram Online, 18 June 2012
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