Author Archives: iPouya
New Books Network did an episode on my book. Listen here.
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.
See the recording of the event 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 … Continue reading
Podcast on my book at the Iranian Studies Collective.
My quotes in Newsweek: “Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Pouya Alimagham, an author and Middle East historian, joined the global calls for action on Yemen. He argued that Washington should press Riyadh and Abu Dhabi to halt the conflict, regardless of the … Continue reading
Cover story–literally the story behind why I chose this cover image for my book, Contesting the Iranian Revolution: The Green Uprisings (published at The Iranian under the title: “Judge a book by its cover, but look closely before you do”). … Continue reading
Quick Thoughts: Pouya Alimagham on the Assassination of Iranian Nuclear Physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
My “Quick Thoughts” for Jadaliyya on the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. Excerpt: “…if the entire premise of the sanctions regime was to pressure Iran to renegotiate the JCPOA, and no negotiations are to be had now that Trump is on … Continue reading
Book Review: “Even more remarkable, and as the title of Alimagham’s work clearly reflects, the author aims at understanding how the legacy of the 1978-1979 Iranian Revolution affected the popular protests that emerged three decades later. He convincingly defends the … Continue reading
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I’ll be giving a book talk at UCI on Friday, November 20. Check here for info and registration.