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The Green Movement in Iran Hardcover – 15 Jun 2011


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  • Hardcover: 182 pages
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (15 Jun. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1412818419
  • ISBN-13: 978-1412818414
  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 1.5 x 23.3 cm
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"These passionate, often strident essays, largely written as events were unfolding, represent Dabashi's effort to explain, understand, and interpret the Green Movement. Mostly they are reactions to the explanations, from Iranian progressive cleric Mohsen Kadivar to American Iranian specialists Flynt Leverett and Hillary Leverett, or actions, from the Islamic Republic to the US Congress, of others. Dabashi rejects most of them, although he does find inspiration in the works of artists such as the Iranian Shirin Neshat and the late Palestinian Naji al-ali. In the end, Dabashi's view is that the Green Movement was a civil rights movement and not a revolution against an Iranian government that had lost legitimacy... Recommended."

--C. H. Allen, CHOICE

"These passionate, often strident essays, largely written as events were unfolding, represent Dabashi's effort to explain, understand, and interpret the Green Movement. Mostly they are reactions to the explanations, from Iranian progressive cleric Mohsen Kadivar to American Iranian specialists Flynt Leverett and Hillary Leverett, or actions, from the Islamic Republic to the US Congress, of others. Dabashi rejects most of them, although he does find inspiration in the works of artists such as the Iranian Shirin Neshat and the late Palestinian Naji al-ali. In the end, Dabashi's view is that the Green Movement was a civil rights movement and not a revolution against an Iranian government that had lost legitimacy... Recommended."

--C. H. Allen, CHOICE

"These passionate, often strident essays, largely written as events were unfolding, represent Dabashi's effort to explain, understand, and interpret the Green Movement. Mostly they are reactions to the explanations, from Iranian progressive cleric Mohsen Kadivar to American Iranian specialists Flynt Leverett and Hillary Leverett, or actions, from the Islamic Republic to the US Congress, of others. Dabashi rejects most of them, although he does find inspiration in the works of artists such as the Iranian Shirin Neshat and the late Palestinian Naji al-ali. In the end, Dabashi's view is that the Green Movement was a civil rights movement and not a revolution against an Iranian government that had lost legitimacy... Recommended."

--C. H. Allen, CHOICE



-These passionate, often strident essays, largely written as events were unfolding, represent Dabashi's effort to explain, understand, and interpret the Green Movement. Mostly they are reactions to the explanations, from Iranian progressive cleric Mohsen Kadivar to American Iranian specialists Flynt Leverett and Hillary Leverett, or actions, from the Islamic Republic to the US Congress, of others. Dabashi rejects most of them, although he does find inspiration in the works of artists such as the Iranian Shirin Neshat and the late Palestinian Naji al-ali. In the end, Dabashi's view is that the Green Movement was a civil rights movement and not a revolution against an Iranian government that had lost legitimacy... Recommended.-

--C. H. Allen, CHOICE

About the Author

Hamid Dabashi is the Hagop Kevorkian Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. His books include Theology of Discontent: The Ideological Foundation of the Islamic Revolution in Iran; Post- Orientalism: Knowledge and Power in a Time of Terror; and Authority in Islam among other works


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