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Beeta Baghoolizadeh
Princeton University
Contact
Email: bb2370@princeton.edu
Discipline
History
Sub Areas
Middle East/Near East Studies
Iranian Studies
19th-21st Centuries
Identity/Representation
Minorities
Nationalism
Slavery
Geographic Areas of Interest
Iran
All Middle East
Ottoman Empire
Specialties
Race And Slavery In Iran
Languages
Arabic (advanced)
Persian (fluent)
French (intermediate)
Education
PhD | 2018 | History | University of Pennsylvania
MA | 2012 | Middle Eastern Studies | University of Texas at Austin
BA | 2010 | International Development Studies | UCLA
Abstracts
A Triangle of Fighting Loyalties: The Ottomans, the Persians, and the Shi'is of Iraq From Fellows to Foreigners: The Qajar Experience in the Ottoman Empire Reza Shah and Manumission: the end of slavery in Iran But, where are you really from?: Mapping a Racial Homeland in Iran, 1928-1980 Buying and Selling Blackface: Theatrical Anti-Blackness in Pahlavi Era Iran, 1930-1965 Women as Slave Owners, Women as Slaves: Gender, Race, and the Changing Household Realm, 1900-1930 "Playing-Black": Minstrelsy in Iranian Streets, Stages, and Shows during the Pahlavi Era The Ajam Digital Archive was established in 2015 to serve as a unique crowd-sourced archive of modern social life in the broadly Persianate world