Contemporary Iraq: Walls and Circuits

Event Date: 

Thursday, November 12, 2015 -
4:00pm to 6:15pm

Event Location: 

  • SSMS 2135 (Social Science & Media Studies bldg.)
  • Panel

AN INTERNATIONAL PANEL

CONTEMPORARY IRAQ: WALLS AND CIRCUITS

Thursday, Nov 12, 2015 4pm-6:20pm
SSMS Room 2135

"Baghdad's Deep Dilemma: Urban Segregation Under Occupation"
speaker: Mona Damluji, Stanford University

"Remaking Transnational Shiism in Contemporary Iraq: Economic and Religious Geographies on the Pilgrim's Road to Karbala"
speaker: Paulo Hilu Pinto, Fluminense Federal University (Brazil)

Moderator: Paul Amar, Department of Global & International Studies

Sponsored by the Orfalea Center Interdisciplinary Hub on Global Security as well as UCSB's Center for Middle East Studies, Department of Global & International Studies, and Department of Religious Studies