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Tehran, June 9, 2009: Supporters of Iranian presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi, dressed in his signature color green, attend a campaign rally. Mousavi ran as a reformist and challenged the official tally, sparking massive protests. He has been held under house arrest since February 2011.  Getty Images

Welcome to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the Middle East and North Africa Studies' LibGuide on Iranian Women and Movements.  This guide serves to assist students, academics, professionals, etc. in their research on Iranian Women.

Laila Hussein, the Middle East and North Africa Studies Librarian, is available to assist scholars with their research and any questions they may have about utilizing the library's resources. Please do not hesitate to contact her or other IAS Staff with questions. 

 

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Tehran, June 9, 2009: Supporters of Iranian presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi, dressed in his signature color green, attend a campaign rally. Mousavi ran as a reformist and challenged the official tally, sparking massive protests. He has been held under house arrest since February 2011.

http://csweb.brookings.edu/content/research/essays/2013/iran-surprises-itself-and-the-world-a.html, Retrieved on Feb 19 1018

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Libguide Created by: Atyeh Ashtari

Middle East and North African Studies