Asma Mehan: Effects, Obstacles, and Transformations of “Woman, Life, Freedom”

Asma Mehan: Effects, Obstacles, and Transformations of “Woman, Life, Freedom”

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On September 12, 2023, the Iran 1400 Project interviewed Dr. Asma Mehan about the effects, obstacles, goals, and potential transformations of the Woman, Life, Freedom movement. Dr. Mehan examined how the protest movement’s impact extended globally, highlighting the crucial role of young people and women in leadership. She also stressed the importance of a transitional phase to realize the movement’s principles.

This interview is part of a series of 17 interviews on the Woman, Life, Freedom movement. If you’d like to watch the other videos from this series, click here:

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Dr. Asma Mehan is a researcher, educator, and architect working at the intersection of architectural humanities and critical urban studies. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University College of Architecture. She is the author of the books “Tehran: from Sacred to Radical” (London: Routledge, 2022) and “Kuala Lumpur: Community, Infrastructure, and Urban Inclusivity” (London: Routledge, 2020).

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