Social Change in Post-Khomeini Iran
Beeman, William O.
Osanloo, Arzoo, 1968-
Monshipouri, Mahmood, 1952-
Mobasher, Mohsen M., 1962-
The Iranian Revolution was one of the most important events to take place in the Middle East within the past fifty years. The revolution completely transformed one of the region’s largest and most influential countries, and had far-reaching implications for both Iran’s neighbors as well as the world at large. From its earliest post-revolutionary years, scholars and analysts have regularly puzzled over the Islamic Republic, its consequences for Iranian society and history, and its direction and evolution. Today, more than thirty years of the revolution, the resilience of the Islamic Republic has been clearly demonstrated. The thirtieth anniversary has also highlighted the fact that there is a critical need for a more nuanced understanding of the regime’s endurance, and for in-depth scrutiny of the multi-faceted nature of contemporary Iranian society.
This Summary Report details the CIRS research initiative on "Social Change in Post-Khomeini Iran" and critically examines some of the most important topics within contemporary Iran.
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Beeman, William O; Moaddel, Mansoor; Osanloo, Arzoo; Milani, Farzaneh; Salehi-Isfahani, Djavad; Monshipouri, Mahmood; Mobasher, Mohsen M.; Naficy, Hamid; Seyedsayamdost, Nahid; Dorraj, Manochehr; Khajehpour, Bijan; Adib-Moghaddam, Arshin (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2015-03)
Lawson, Fred H.; Seznec, Jean-François; Ulrichsen, Kristian Coates; Wilson, Rodney; Salehi-Isfahani, Djavad; Antoniades, Alexis; Davidson, Christopher; Hertog, Steffen; Karshenas, Massoud; Moshaver, Ziba (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2012)
Kamrava, Mehran; Lawson, Fred H.; Seznec, Jean-François; Ulrichsen, Kristian; Wilson, Rodney; Salehi-Isfahani, Djavad; Antoniades, Alexis; Davidson, Christopher; Hertog, Steffen; Karshenas, Massoud; Moshaver, Ziba (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2011)