Category Archives: iPouya
I, along with 3 others, appeared on France 24’s “The Debate” to discuss the highly politicized trials of two journalists in Iran. Watch the full discussion here.
My latest podcast interview at Latitude Adjustment on such topics as the Iran-Saudi detente and Iran protests.
My next book talk will take place on April 18 at the University of Washington. Register here.
It was my first time visiting a Persian Gulf country other than Iran.
I chaired a panel discussion at MIT’s Center for International Studies Starr Forum. Click here to watch the recording of the event.
My interview on Saturday, January 7th, on the recent executions in Iran.
See my 2nd interview at theAnalysis.news here:
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My segment on the backstory to the Iran-US World Cup match up. Click on the image below:
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I participated in a rich discussion at France 24 on the protests in Iran. Click on the image below to access it:
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Listen to my interview with the Latitude Adjustment podcast here:
My latest article via Cambridge University Press:
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