Women and Protests in Iran: Conversations with Iranian Researchers and Students at UO

Women and Protests in Iran: Conversations with Iranian Researchers and Students at UO
Women and Protests in Iran: Conversations with Iranian Researchers and Students at UO

Join UO researchers and students for a panel conversation on women's rights in Iran, moderated by CSWS affiliate Anita M. Weiss, professor of international and global studies. The event will be held 5-6:30 p.m. in 180 Prince Lucien Campbell Hall (PLC), 1415 Kincade Street, Eugene, OR. No registration required. Unable to attend in person? Join via Zoom: https://uoregon.zoom.us/j/96275535513

Panelists:

  • Parichehr Kazemi: CSWS Jane Grant Fellow and researcher of social movements and revolutions, with a particular focus on women's rights issues and resistance in authoritarian contexts.
  • Sanan Moradi: Political and cultural geographer focusing on social media, resistance, authoritarianism, and state violence in the context of contemporary Iran and the Kurdish movement in the Middle East.
  • Zeinab Nobowati: CSWS Graduate Student Research Grant winner and researcher of social political philosophy and feminist theory, with a particular focus on genealogical critique and postcolonial feminism.
Sponsored by: Division of Global Engagement, Global Studies Institute, CAS School of Global Studies and Languages, Center for the Study of Women and Society, Department of Global Studies, Department of Political Science.