Nazanin Shahrokni/ Harvard University: A Gender-Divided City? An inquiry into the spatial politics of the Islamic Republic of Iran

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November 25, 2013

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Orient-Institut Beirut, « Nazanin Shahrokni/ Harvard University: A Gender-Divided City? An inquiry into the spatial politics of the Islamic Republic of Iran », DiverCities, ID : 10670/1.8x7zvc


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Friday, 13 December 2013, Panel II: Between Public and Privat, 15.00-18.30 @ Zico House This study examines the spatial dynamics of gender-segregated spaces and what these dynamics register about the transformations of state power in post-revolutionary Iran. In doing so, this work links everyday practices of traversing the city with macro-level dynamics of power and politics. It addresses the following questions: What can shifting gender segregation practices show us about the Iranian state a...

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