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Representing the Unpresentable


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Negar Mottahedeh has published articles in the 2005 Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Traditions in World Cinema, and World Order Magazine, among others. She is assistant professor at Duke University.


A welcome addition to the growing and exciting body of scholarship in the fields of Iranian studies, Middle East studies, gender studies, Iranian cinema, and cultural studies. Its author is a rising star in the field.--Farzaneh Milani, professor of Persian literature and women's studies, University of Virginia

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