Hijab in Iran: From Religious to Political Symbol, by Rafiah Al Talei, Sara Bazoobandi, and Nima Khorrami
Hoofdar, Homa. The Veil in Their Minds and on Our Heads: Veiling Practices and Muslim Women. In: Castelli, E.A. (eds) Women, Gender, Religion: A Reader. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
Iran Protests: Gender, Body Politics and Authoritarianism (Brown University + Columbia University)
Women, Life, Freedom: A Conversation on the Recent Protests in Iran (Yale University)
Women. Life. Freedom. A Teach-in about Iran (San Francisco State University)
In Her Name: Women Rising, State Violence, and the Future of Iran (Jadaliyya)
Ongoing Protests in Iran and Locally Call for Women’s Rights and Justice
How Iran’s Hijab Protest Movement Became So Powerful, by Fatemeh Shahrzad Shams
Women, Life, Freedom: Iran’s Protests are a Rebellion for Bodily Autonomy, by Narges Bajoghli
Why authorities can't quell the protests in Iran, by Nahid Siamdout
Figuring a Women’s Revolution: Bodies Interacting with their Images, by L (translated by Alireza Doostdar)
Trigger Warning: You Might Be Sensitive to the Content of a Feminist Revolution in Iran, by Bassé Digé
Iranian students add to a long history of brave protests, by Ida Yalzadeh
Unity in Diversity: On Overcoming the Erasure of Kurdistan and Jina Amini, by Ala Riani, Rezan Labady
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