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Iran at 40: Gendering the Trajectories and Transformation of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Hosted by the Department of Gender Studies

Shaw Library, Old Building, LSE

Speakers

Deniz Kandiyoti

Deniz Kandiyoti

Emeritus Professor of Development Studies, SOAS

Nazanin Shahrokni

Nazanin Shahrokni

Assistant Professor of Gender, Development and Globalisation, LSE

Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi

Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi

Lecturer in Comparative Political Theory, Goldsmiths University of London

Event co-hosted by LSE Gender and LSE Middle East Centre.

On the occasion of the publication of Dr Nazanin Shahrokni’s book Women in Place: The Politics of Gender Segregation (University of California Press 2020) and of the 41st anniversary of the Iranian revolution in February 2020, the LSE Gender Studies Department and the Middle East Center invite you to a conversation moderated by Professor Deniz Kandiyoti, Emeritus Professor of Development Studies at SOAS.

In this conversation, Dr Nazanin Shahrokni, Assistant Professor of Gender, Development and Globalisation at LSE, offering an inquiry into gender politics and women’s rights in post-revolutionary Iran, and Dr Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi, Lecturer in Comparative Political Theory at Goldsmiths, examining the rise and evolution of reformist political thought in Iran, reflect on the trajectories and transformations of the Islamic Republic over its 40 years.

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