Contributors to this issue explore Iranian gendered and national identities and experiences in the
aftermath of European imperialism and the Islamic Revolution of 1979. The essays feature explorations of understudied subjects in the modern lives of Iranian women and the aesthetic sensibilities of earlier Iranian social classes. The authors pay particular attention to the experience of women in these societies through the lenses of literature, photography, internet usage, and the broader national imaginary of Iran.
Contributors: Angie Abdelmonem, Soha Bayoumi, Susana Galán, Sherine Hafez, Hanan Hammad, Ellen McLarney, Joseph Leonardo Vignone