Iran Conferences and Workshops

Iran’s 1979 Revolution: 40 Years Onward 

Thursday, February 7th from 5pm-7pm | Luce Auditorium

Iran: The Last Radical Revolution
Asef Bayat, Catherine and Bruce Bastian Professor of Global and Transnational
Studies at the Department of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
After 40 Turbulent Years, What’s Next Between the US and Iran?
Robin Wright, Contributing Writer: The New Yorker; Distinguished Scholar:
Woodrow Wilson Center; Senior fellow: U.S. Institute of Peace (joint)
Islamic Governance in Theory and Practice
Mohsen Kadivar, Mujtahed and Research Professor in Religious Studies, Duke University
A Society in Turmoil: The Cultural Implications of 1979
Nahid Siamdoust, Ehsan Yarshater Postdoctoral Associate in Iranian Studies, Yale University
Moderator and Discussant:
Abbas Amanat, William Graham Sumner Professor of History
Director, Yale Program in Iranian Studies
Co-Sponsored by the Poynter Fellowship Program in Journalism


The Caspian in the History of Early Modern and Modern Eurasia

March 29-31, 2019 
203 Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Avenue
The Caspian in the History of Early Modern and Modern Eurasia workshop, organized by the Program in Iranian Studies at Yale intends to explore the dimensions of the Caspian Sea as a geographical frame for historical study. 

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