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Teaching the Protests in Iran:

  • Beyond Geopolitics: The State of Women’s Rights in Iran (This video panel from the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security in 2021 includes some of the leading authorities from around the world on women’s rights in Iran)
  • Iran’s Women in Revolt (this radio broadcast is an interview with Haleh Esfendiari, director emerita of the Middle East Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and Roya Hakakian, Iranian author and poet.
  • Time interview with Nasrin Sotoudeh (Nasrin Sotoudeh is the leading female human rights lawyer in Iran, work for which she was sentenced to 38 years in prison in 2019)

Teaching the War in Ukraine:

Russia and Ukraine: Historians Contextualize the Conflict (This  American Historical Association video of four scholars of Russian and Ukrainian history and politics explain the context for the Russian invasion of Ukraine and what Putin may intend)

Ukraine: Conflict at the Crossroads of Europe and Russia (This article by Jonathan Masters for the Council on Foreign Relations provides accessible background information on the history of the conflict and Putin’s plans)


 

Teaching the end of Roe v Wade:

Abortion, Choice, and the Supreme Court (This American Historical Association video asks four constitutional law experts and historians of women’s rights to explain the history of abortion access and reproductive rights in America)


Teaching the Holocaust and Antisemitism: