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Dr. Golbarg Bashi holds a Ph.D. in Middle East Studies from Columbia University in the city of New York. She teaches Iranian and Middle Eastern Studies at Rutgers. She was born in Iran, raised in Sweden, and educated in Britain and the United States. Her doctoral research focused on a feminist critique of the human rights discourse in Iran.
Her research interests include political art and music in Iran, theories and practices of human rights in Iran and the Muslim world, modern Iranian literary history, women and gender in fundamentalist religious communities and women's rights movements in a global comparative context.
Her most recent publications include, Feminist waves in the Iranian Green Tsunami (2009); From One Third World Woman to Another: A Conversation with Gayatri Spivak (2010) and Eyewitness history: Ayatollah Montazeri (2006).
- Advance Topice in MES: The Middle East in Western Popular Culture and Mass Media (685:496:01)
[the new meeting time for this class is 9:00 am-12:00 pm]
PUBLICATIONS A list of selected publications can be found at: http://www.golbargbashi.com/