Form D.M. Doust

Web T. Jonsson



The Iranian Revolution 30 Years Later

Thirty years have passed since the Iranian Revolution 1979. The Iranian Revolution could be viewed as a quest for a common historical project at a specific historical conjuncture when emancipatory projects of the Twentieth century were at a crisis and capitalism in a period of intense reconfiguration. The Iranian Revolution has been long ignored or treated as a minor case. This session will focus on the theoretical and conceptual significance of the Iranian Revolution. This is an open session and we welcome contributions that try to respond to the conceptual reassessment of the Iranian Revolution in 1979.

The session is open for proposal of 30 minutes length. There will be three or four presentations. Responsible for session and chair is Mikela Lundahl.

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