Re-Imaging Iranian African Slavery: Photography as material culture
Organised between May 10th and June 27th 2018 in the University of California, Davis and sponsored by the Mellon Research Initiative “Reimaging Indian Ocean Worlds” (indianoceanworlds.org), Re-Imaging Iranian African Slavery: Photography as material culture should be considered as the first ever photography exhibition regarding African slavery in Iran, curated by Dr. P. Khosronejad, Associate Director for Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies (IPGS) at Oklahoma State University.
After this successful exhibition, we are happy to announce that the exhibition is ready to travel to other academic and research venues. The photographs comprising this exhibition are high quality reproductions of original photographs printed with captions. Programs or individual scholars with an interest in hosting and organizing similar exhibitions in their universities or institutions can contact Dr. P. Khosronejad (Pedram.email@example.com) to discuss their project plans.
Dr. Pedram Khosronejad
Farzaneh Family Scholar
Associate Director for Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies
School of Global Studies & Partnerships/School of Media & Strategic Communications
Oklahoma State University
201 Wes Watkins Center
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078
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