Fatemeh Sadeghi is a Tehran-based researcher of political thought and women's studies and a member of the editorial board of the journal Goft-o-Gu.
Articles by this Author
|Foot Soldiers of the Islamic Republic’s “Culture of Modesty”||
“Simplicity has disappeared,” laments Minoo Shahbazi, energetic at 50, and animated in the cheap manteau and black scarf she wears beneath her chador. Look at her 16-year old son, she says: “He likes to wear...
|Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire||
In evaluating women’s position in the contemporary Islamic Republic of Iran, it is important to look at the social, as opposed to the legal, aspects of citizenship. In the decades following the Islamic Revolution of 1979, Iranian society...