Category Archives: Iran
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.
My quotes in the Norwegian daily, Klassekampen, on the potential American return to compliance of the Iran nuclear agreement:
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.
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.