Iran: A People Interrupted
Professor Dabashi also wrote Authority in Islam and Iranian Cinema: Past, Present, Future.
The author talked about his book, Iran: A People Interrupted, published by New Press. He described the history of Iran going back two hundred years, including the reform movements that have emerged since the 1979 revolution. He read excerpts from his book. He responded to audience members' questions.
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