Sociology PhD Candidate Sevil Suleymani was interviewed in Forbes about her research on social movements and ethnic minorities in the Middle East and the ongoing protests in Iran.
She will also appear on a panel hosted by the National Women's Studies Association, "Women and Resistance in Iran: From Ongoing Women-Led Protests to the Possibility of a Feminist Revolution"
The panelists include:
Sharzad Mojab, Professor, Women and Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto
A. Marie Ranjbar, Assistant Professor, Women, and Gender Studies, University of Colorado - Boulder
Manijeh Moradian, Assistant Professor, Women's, Gender & Sexualities Department, Barnard College
Sevil Suleymani, Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology Department, George Mason University
Fatemeh Moghaddam, Ph.D. Candidate, Education Department, Syracuse University
The moderator & the panel’s facilitator is Shadi Heidarifar, Ph.D. Candidate, Philosophy Department, University of Florida
The panel will be held Friday, Nov. 11 at 7 pm US central time
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85784573206?pwd=VHlJK1N1WUFJZzJDZWxOeGZ6T091dz09 (Meeting ID: 857 8457 3206 & Passcode: NWSA2022)
November 11, 2022