Tweeting in Tehran: Lessons on How to Win (or Lose) a Revolution in the 21st Century

From the Daily Gazette

by ALEX FRIEDFELD, STAFF REPORTER December 3, 2009

Photo by Se Eun Gong

In a lecture Tuesday, Kourouss Esmaeli discussed the Iranian election that occurred on June 12, 2009, its aftermath, and the role technology played in this demonstration of opposition. The lecture, titled “Tweeting in Tehran: Lessons on How to Win (or Lose) a Revolution in the 21st Century,” was sponsored by the History department, in conjunction with Political Science and Religion Departments, Film & Media Studies, Islamic Studies, and Peace & Conflict Studies Programs.

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A podcast of the event is available

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