Women and Power in 'Aliabad: Climbing out of Gender, Sexual, and Generational Hierarchies
A public lecture by Mary Hegland, Santa Clara University
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Bunche Hall 10383
Mary Hegland is an Associate Professor in the Anthropology/Sociology Department and Program for the Study of Women and Gender at Santa Clara University. Dr. Hegland’s publications deal with the Iranian Revolution of 1978-1979; women and gender in religion and politics in Iran; change and continuity in an Iranian village; and women and gender in Shia Muslim rituals in Pakistan. Currently, Dr. Hegland is conducting research about aging and the elderly in Iran and among Iranian Americans in California’s San Francisco Bay Area.
This lecture is part of the Center's Bilingual Lecture Series on Iran.