Author Archives: iPouya
I participated in a rich discussion at France 24 on the protests in Iran. Click on the image below to access it:
Click on the image below to listen to the podcast:
Listen to my interview with the Latitude Adjustment podcast here:
My latest article via Cambridge University Press:
[I submitted this letter to The Tech, MIT’s daily, & it took about 10 days for them to publish it, but better late than never ↓] The members of the history faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) listed below … Continue reading
My quotes in The Tufts Daily, the school paper for Tufts University: “MIT Lecturer and Middle East Historian Pouya Alimagham said that burning hijabs has also become a form of political resistance against the Iranian regime. ‘[Hijab burning is] not … Continue reading
Watch the entire clip here.
A rich discussion about modern Iran, listen here.
Below is my short analysis for SETA Foundation, an independent, nonprofit and nonpartisan think-tank based in Ankara, Turkey. Here is the link to the English as well the Turkey translation.
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 Marc Lynch regarding my book at The Project on Middle East Political Science, POMEPS (Institute for Middle East Studies at the George Washington University)
I participated in a Twitter Spaces panel on “Othering Iran and Iran” that was covered in Iranian media. Listen to the English-language panel here, read the Persian-language article here.
My interview with Roqe Media on “The Triumph of the Green Wave.”
Listen to it here.