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ISSUE 7.1

1979 Generation: EP. 2 - Shahla Talebi on Political Prisoners & Proletarian Feminism

Shahla Talebi

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photo taken by Hengameh Golestan
Interviewed by Manijeh Nasrabadi
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In the second episode of “1979 Generation,” Jadaliyya’s Iran Page co-editor, Manijeh Nasrabadi interviews Shahla Talebi on the liberation of political prisoners, the intersection of gender, class and revolution, and the emergence of “proletarian feminism.”

1979 Generation: EP. 2 - Shahla Talebi on Political Prisoners & Proletarian Feminism

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Shahla Talebi
Shahla Talebi

Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Arizona State University

Shahla Talebi is Associate Professor of Religious Studies in the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University. Shahla was a student activist who participated in the 1979 Revolution, lived through the Iran-Iraq war, and left Iran for the U.S. in 1994. She is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, Ghosts of Revolution: Rekindled Memories of Imprisonment in Iran, published by Stanford University Press in 2011.

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