Internationally renowned performance artist Sussan Deyhim's stage production "The House is Black Media Project," for which Dr. Ansary is an executive producer, will be coming to The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Dr. Nina Ansary will be a guest speaker at the University of Cambridge Middle East and North Africa Forum (MENAF)
Dr. Nina Ansary will moderate “Authors and Power of the Narrative” panel.
Dr. Ansary will be moderating a discussion with Rachel Roy, fashion designer and women’s advocate.
Yale Journal of International Affairs invited Dr. Ansary onto their radio program.
Dr. Nina Ansary was invited to be a guest speaker at the Westminster School's English Society.
Dr. Nina Ansary will be a guest speaker at the inaugural Research Seminar at London School of Economics Centre for Women, Peace and Security.
Dr. Nina Ansary will be presenting at the 32nd Annual International Documentary Awards (IDA), the Pare Lorentz Award recognizing films that demonstrate exemplary filmmaking focusing on justice for all and the illumination of pressing social problems.
Dr. Nina Ansary will take part in a panel discussion.
Details to come.
Dr. Nina Ansary will take part on a panel titled "To Be Heard." Panelists include Dr. Nina Ansary, Lonnie Ali (Muhammad Ali's wife), Marie-Claude Bibeau, (Minister of International Development), and will be moderated by Connie Britton (star of Nashville, Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story).
Dr. Nina Ansary will be speaking on a panel at the Pacific Council for International Policy Spring Conference titled “Women’s Rights in the Middle East.”
Dr. Nina Ansary will be on a speaker panel at the IAWF Women’s Leadership Conference 2016.
Dr. Nina Ansary will be discussing women’s rights in Iran on Fox & Friends (Fox News Channel) Monday, February 8th at 6:45am EST (eastern time). Please see your local TV guide for channel listings.
Dr. Nina Ansary will be a panelist on the Women, Silencing & Erasure in Academia event at Cambridge Union Society. From the CUS website:
Women, Silencing and Erasure in Academia: With the help of experts we hope to discover what the experiences and challenges of women in education of all ages and around the world are, and whether, by working together, there’s something we can do to help.
* Dr. Nina Ansary – Iranian–American Historian and Author
* Professor Fiona Karet – Cambridge Institute for Medical Research
* Fletch Williams – Soroptimist International
Author Dr. Nina Ansary and artist Shirin Neshat discuss women in Iran in general, and Neshat and her work in particular. Their conversation will be followed by a booksigning with Ansary, whose book Jewels of Allah challenges the often misunderstood story of women in Iran today by highlighting female leaders and activists throughout Iran’s history and illuminating the unanticipated consequences of the Islamic Revolution and the trajectory of Iran’s feminist movement.
BCRW and the Middle East Institute at Columbia University are proud to host author and Barnard/Columbia University alum Dr. Nina Ansary in a conversation with Richard Bulliet, Columbia Professor of History and Middle East Studies, on Ansary’s widely anticipated book Jewels of Allah. Based on her doctoral thesis on the women’s movement in Iran, Jewels of Allah shatters stereotypical assumptions and the often misunderstood story of women in Iran today. Challenging the dominant narrative of the demise of women and their downward spiral into passive submission since the Islamic Revolution of 1979, Ansary argues that “despite the current regime’s best laid plans to redirect women into the private domain, the female population in Iran is distinguished by an unprecedented surge in female literacy and a flourishing feminist movement against the boundaries of traditional religious prescription.” Join us for an engaging discussion of what Ansary describes as “the unanticipated consequences of measures undertaken by the Islamic regime, which ironically ended up empowering women.”
Dr. Nina Ansary is a panelist with journalist/author Nazila Fathi at the Iranian American Women’s Leadership Conference, hosted by NYU’s School of Law.
Dr. Nina Ansary will be a panelist at Alternative Narratives of the Middle East presented by Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. For more information on the panel, please visit: Hearing Their Voices: Coverage of Women in the Middle East
Join Iranian women’s rights expert and historian Dr. Nina Ansary in conversation with national thought leader and speaker Steve Gutzler about “Inspirational Leadership in a Culture of Fear,” moderated by Huffington Post journalist Yasamin Beitollahi.