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Global 1979 : Geographies and Histories of the Iranian Revolution, Paperback / softback Book

Global 1979 : Geographies and Histories of the Iranian Revolution Paperback / softback

Edited by Arang (New York University) Keshavarzian, Ali (New York University) Mirsepassi

Part of the The Global Middle East series

Paperback / softback


The Iranian revolution of 1979 not only had an impact on regional and international affairs, but was made possible by the world and time in which it unfolded.

This multi-disciplinary volume presents this revolution within its transnational and global contexts.

Moving deftly from the personal to the global and from the provincial to the national, it draws attention to the multiplicity of spaces of the revolution such as streets, schools, prisons, personal lives, and histories such as the Cold War and Global 1960s and 70s.

With a broad range of approaches, Global 1979 conceives of the Iranian Revolution not as exceptional or anachronistic, but as an uprising constituted by multiple, interwoven geographies and histories, which disrupt static and bounded notions of the local, national, regional, and global.



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