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Iran’s Presidential Election of 2009: A Watershed in Post-Revolutionary Politics

Professor Houchang Chehabi, Professor of International Relations and History Boston University will give a talk on the Iranian Presidential Election of 2009

THE SCHOOL OF HISTORY and THE VICE-PRESIDENT FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING invite you to a public lecture by: Professor Houchang Chehabi Professor of International Relations and History Boston University On: Iran’s Presidential Election of 2009: A Watershed in Post-Revolutionary Politics Wednesday 31st March 2010 at 3pm in O’Rahilly Building, Room 244 Professor Houchang Chehabi studied at l’Universite de Caen and l’IEP/ Sciences Po, Paris (where he graduated as ‘laureat’) before taking his MA and PhD at Yale University. He specialises in Middle Eastern politics and cultural history, and international law. He has taught at Harvard, Oxford and UCLA, and is currently Professor of International Relations and History at Boston University. He has held Alexander von Humboldt and Woodrow Wilson fellowships. His numerous publications include Iranian Politics and Religious Modernism: The Liberation Movement under the Shah and Khomeini (1990) and Distant Relations: Iran and the Lebanon in the Last Five Hundred Years (2006). He has co-edited Politics, Society and Democracy: Comparative Studies (1995) and Sultanistic Regimes (1998). This semester, he is visiting professor at the Institute for Iranian Studies, University of St Andrews. ALL WELCOME / BIENVENUE A TOUS / FAILTE ROIMH CACH

Category: Public Lectures and Seminars: Teaching and Learning
Date:
Time: 3pm
Location: O'Rahilly Building, Room 244
Target Audience: All Welcome
Admission Price: € Free
Contact: Prof Grace Neville
021 4903609
http://www.ucc.ie/en/PresidentsOffice/SeniorManagement/tandl/

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