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Book Talk: “Iranian Women and Gender in the Iran-Iraq War” with Professor M. Mateo Farzaneh (Northeastern Illinois University) (virtual)
September 22, 2021 | 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
Zoom link: https://duke.zoom.us/j/95925679038
The Iranian Cultural Society of NC (ICSNC) & Graduate Student Association of Iranians at Duke (GSAID) present the Duke University Emamian Lectureship Series featuring a book talk by Professor M. Mateo Farzaneh. Dr. Farzaneh is a Professor of History at Northeastern Illinois University and is the author of “Iranian women and Gender in the Iran-Iraq War” and The Iranian Constitutional Revolution. He is also the principal of the NEIU Foundation’s Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh Initiative. This lecture will be conducted primarily in English (with some Persian) and is free and open to the public.
Co-sponsored by: Dr. Ali and Parvin Jarrahi; Duke University Middle Eastern Studies Center; Duke Persian Studies Program; Duke Islamic Studies Center; UNCG Department of History; Persian Studies Program at UNC Chapel Hill; Duke University Libraries, History Department, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences at Duke University; WFU Middle East and South Asia Studies; Middle Eastern Communities and Migrations at James Madison University; and South Bay Persian Heritage Foundation in Southern California.