Masserat Amir-Ebrahimi - UCLA (January 19, 2007)

Masserat Amir-Ebrahimi - UCLA (January 19, 2007) - by QH

Masserat Amir-Ebrahimi - UCLA (January 19, 2007) - by QH

Masserat Amir-Ebrahimi is an associate researcher at 'Le Monde Iranian' CNRS in Paris. She holds s PhD in Human, Economic and Regional Geography from the Universite de Paris X-Nanterre. She was the executive coordinator of the Atlas of Tehran Metropolis (Published in 2005 in Tehran by TGIC in three languages). She is now a Nikki Keddie-Balzan Fellow in the Departments of Sociology and Geography at UCLA. she is conducting research on gender and public spaces in Iran.

Title of the Lecture: Transgression in narration: the life of Iranian women in cyberspace

This lecture was part of the Workshop on "New Ideas for Middle Eastern Societies" organized by Professor Nikki Keddie.

This is a rough paper and unpublished. Therefore, we cannot make a quotation from it. You can read her previous article on Iranian weblogs here.

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