Shahla Talebi (NHC Fellow, 2017–18)
The Living Monuments of Mourning: Contested Martyrdoms in Post-Revolutionary Iran
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Fellowship Work Summary, 2017–18
Shahla Talebi worked on revisions of her book manuscript Contested Memories of Martyrdoms in Post-Revolutionary Iran. She also revised and submitted a final draft of her article "Reliving Tragedies as Historical Re-Awakenings: Modern Iran and Its Revolutions" for The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Middle-Eastern and North African History. She also wrote and submitted "Topographies of Voice and Its Reception: The Islamic Republic of Iran and Two Cases of Different Court Hearings." She also revised "Power, Sexuality and Subjectivity" for a special issue of The Journal of Global Affairs, on women.