بنر کنفرانس ICCI ۲۰۲۴ در وبسایت ایران آکادمیا
بنر تلفن همراه کنفرانس ۲۰۲۴
Immigration and Racial Discrimination in Iran
پوستر سمینار مهاجرت و تبعیض نژادی در ایران

Immigration and Racial Discrimination in Iran

Tuesday 16, May 2023
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Date: May 16, 2023

Time: 3:00 pm CEST

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This seminar is the first event in the series of “Diverse Horizons For An Emerging Revolution” seminars, which was organized with the efforts and collaboration of a group of academics living in Sweden in coordination and cooperation with Iran Academia.

Seminar participants

  • Shahram Khosravi
    • Professor of Anthropology at Stockholm University
  • Khadija Abbasi
    • Anthropologist, Assistant Professor in SOAS University of London (Department of Progressive Research)
  • Elyas Alavi
    • Activist in poetry, curator and visual artist
  • Reza Hosseini
    • Sociology PhD student, City, University of London
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Seminar Summary

Is racism institutionalized in Iran? Is racism hidden in social structures? What is anti-Afghanism and what are its characteristics? How do prejudices and discrimination affect the lives of Afghans? What are the gender and class aspects of racism in Iran? This conversation will be attended by social science graduates, Afghan-Iranian artists, and will be focused on these issues. The purpose of this conversation is to describe the hidden history of the daily resistance of Afghan-Iranian descendants and emphasize the complexity of the family struggle against racism.

About this series

How can multiple knowledges, lived experiences, marginal, cross-border, and bottom-up actions be discussed? Through what window will the history of voices, actions, reminders, resistances and repressions become more visible?

This revolution-in-the-making teaches us that the production of local knowledge (center-escape), the lived experience of marginalized subjects and the political-feminist activism of people and populations under constant government repression and pressure should be at the center of these conversations in this series of conversations. We will discuss various topics such as racism, populism, litigation and feminist politics, and we will redraw the multiple horizons of resistance subjects, and we will recognize movement, lived, and research knowledge beyond the imposed borders and subjects of domination.

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