The People Reloaded
The editors, Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel, and three contributors to the book. “The People Reloaded,” talk about the democracy movement… read more
The editors, Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel, and three contributors to the book. “The People Reloaded,” talk about the democracy movement in Iran and its prospects for success. The contributors participating are: Hamid Dabashi, professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University; Ervand Abrahamian, professor of Iranian and Middle Eastern History and Politics at Baruch College (CUNY); and Golbarg Bashi, instructor of Middle Eastern Studies at Rutgers University. This event was held in Schermerhorn at Columbia University in New York City. close
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Ervand Abrahamian Distinguished Professor Baruch College->History Department
Golbarg Bashi Instructor Rutgers University, New Brunswick->Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Hamid Dabashi Professor Columbia University->Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature
Nader Hashemi Assistant Professor University of Denver->Korbel (Josef) School of International Studies
Danny Postel Communications Coordinator Interfaith Worker Justice
The People Reloaded
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