Public Lectures > Populism, Post-Islamism, and Social Grievances: Iran in the World Politics
Populism, Post-Islamism, and Social Grievances: Iran in the World Politics
|Place：||Room 302, Ryoshin-kan, Imadegawa Campus|
Prof. Hisae Nakanishi
(Global Studies, Doshisha University, Board member of CISMOR)
|The on-going populism in Europe and the US has promoted a phenomenon of Islamophobia. This is also reflected in the Trump administration’s policy toward Iran against which the US strengthened economic sanctions. On the other hand, Middle Eastern societies including Iran has already entered the period of the post-Islamism in which Islamic institutions have not been able to absorb social and economic grievances of the people. The lecture will talk about a prospect for the future of Iran and the Middle East from the people’s perspectives.|
*Admission Free, No Reservation Necessary.
*Lecture in Japanese