Are Some Revolutions More Important Than Others?
Forgotten Dreams and Misplaced Revolutions will kick off its seminar year with a panel discussion on the provocative question of whether some revolutions are more important than others.
- Professor Greg Childs, History, Brandeis University
- Professor David Scott, Anthropology, Columbia University
- Professor Naghmeh Sohrabi, History, Brandeis University
- Dr. Vivian Solana Moreno, Anthropology Mellon Sawyer Post-Doctoral Fellow, Brandeis University
- Professor Bernard Yack, Politics, Brandeis University
Translating the Grenada and Iranian Revolutionary Experiences into Theory: A Discussion with Professors Brian Meeks and Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi
(co-sponsored by the Mandel Center for the Humanities)
Closing Public Session: Conceptualizing a Twentieth Century Age of Revolutions
In our last public event, we will have a conversation between scholars of the late 18th and early 19th century “age of revolutions” and scholars of the twentieth century “third world revolutions.” The focus of this panel is the question of what is at stake in defining a variety of “age of revolutions,” and the conceptual differences and similarities between these two crucial revolutionary epochs.
- Professor Asef Bayat
- Professor Jane Kamensky
- Professor Sue Lanser
- Professor Sinclair Thomson