I am honored to learn that my book, Contesting the Iranian Revolution: The Green Uprisings, was assigned reading for a course on Iran at Harvard University this past spring. Here is the course description:
My quotes in the Norwegian daily, Klassekampen, on the potential American return to compliance of the Iran nuclear agreement:
My interview with Roqe Media on “The Triumph of the Green Wave.”
We “discussed the possibility of a new nuclear agreement with Iran, the impact of sanctions on Iran, and other topics on October 13, 2021 at The Pearson Global Forum.”
Watch the entire panel discussion here.
Here’s my interview for a Norwegian article on Iran and the US-subverted nuclear deal (must know Norwegian to read).
Berkeley Lecture Series: “The Limits of Empowerment: Women, Gender, and Revolution in Iran’s Green Uprising”
My June 27th talk on book-related topic, “The Limits of Empowerment: Women, Gender, and Revolution in Iran’s Green Uprising.”
Watch the recorded talk here.
I will be giving a book talk tomorrow, April 6 at 12:00 EST at Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. See here for details.
My quotes at Asia Times: “’Iran is incredibly demonized in the US. Take the statement from Senator Susan Collins who initially thought the siege on the Capitol building was being orchestrated by the Iranians. She’s a prime example of how so many Americans have internalized an anti-Iran worldview,’ said Pouya Alimagham, a lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s department of history.
‘As such, Biden will have to expend political capital to resurrect the Iran nuclear deal. He will have to expend even more if a hardline Iranian leader wins the presidency in 2021. Thus, time is of the essence, but it can be done if both have the will to do it,’ he added.”
Podcast on my book at the Iranian Studies Collective.