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“Days of Revolution: Political Culture and Process in an Iranian Village”

Guest: Mary HeglandMary Elaine Hegland is professor of anthropology at Santa Clara University. Her areas of focus include women and gender, political anthropology, Shia Islamic ritual and politics, resistance and revolution, social and cultural change, and the anthropology of personal philosophies and life histories. Hegland has conducted anthropological fieldwork in Iran, Pakistan, India, Turkey, Afghanistan, and among Iranians and Pakistanis in the Santa Clara Valley. Her most recent publication is DAYS OF REVOLUTION: POLITICAL UNREST IN AN IRANIAN VILLAGE, Stanford University Press, 2014.
Lecture in English

Details

When:

Thursday, February 13, 2014. 06:30 PM

Where:

Pigott Hall, Building 260, Room 113

Sponsor:

Iranian Studies Program

Contact:

650.724.0939
psherpa@stanford.edu