The Politics and Ideology of Post-Revolutionary Iran or return to Course Catalog Search
GOVT E-1978 (15170)
|Harvard Extension School||Government||Payam Mohseni PhD, Lecturer on Government, Harvard University and Iran Project Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School|
|Term||Day and Time||Location|
|Fall 2017 (show academic calendar)||W 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.||Sever Hall 212|
With the conclusion of the Iranian nuclear agreement, the significance of Iran in Middle Eastern and global affairs is now more important than ever. From its internal domestic politics to its role across the region in Syria and Iraq, the political trajectory of Iran is critical for the future of peace and conflict in the Middle East. To contextualize and understand these processes, this course examines the intricacies of Iranian politics since the 1979 revolution. It explores a broad range of topics including the causes of the Iranian revolution; the institutional architecture of the Iranian political system; competitive factional dynamics within the ruling elite; Iranian foreign policy, Iran-US relations, and the implications of the nuclear agreement; and, contemporary Shi'a political ideology.
On campus only.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Graduate credit $2,700.<br /> <br /> See <a href="http://www.extension.harvard.edu">http://www.extension.harvard.edu</a>
|Not eligible for cross-registration|