Poppy Fields

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Poppy Fields
The untold stories of Iranian Kurdish women in struggle
Compiled & edited by Golrokh Ghobadi
Copy editor: Nasser Mohajer
Drawing: Khavar
Cover design and layout: Banafsheh Massoudi
First edition Summer 2020
Pages: 374
ISBN: 978-91-982669-1-7
In Persian

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The Road Not Taken – Volume 1

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Compiled & edited by Touraj Atabaki & Nasser Mohajer The Road Not Taken (Narrative on the Life & Times of Iranian Feda’i Guerrillas) Vol.1 For a careful and comprehensive study of the Organization of the Iranian People’s Feda’i Guerrillas (OIPFG) from its inception to the fall of the Shah’s regime…

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The Road Not Taken – Volume 2

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A study of the Organization of the Iranian People’s Feda’i Guerrillas (OIPFG) from its inception to the fall of the Shah’s regime on February 11, 1979, its ties with the workers movement, its organic relationship with the student movement and day to day life in the safe houses.

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Iranian Women’s Uprising March 8th 1979 – Volume 1

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Mahnaz Matine & Nasser Mohajer Iranian Women’s Uprising (Vol. 1 – Renaissance) This two-volume book is the untold account of the March 8, 1979 peaceful uprising of the Iranian women, pouring into the streets of Tehran protesting against Ayatollah Khomeini’s call for mandatory veiling of Iranian women working in the…

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Iranian Women’s Uprising March 8th 1979 – Volume 2

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Mahnaz Matine & Nasser Mohajer Iranian Women’s Uprising (Vol. 1 – Renaissance) This two-volume book is the untold account of the March 8, 1979 peaceful uprising of the Iranian women, pouring into the streets of Tehran protesting against Ayatollah Khomeini’s call for mandatory veiling of Iranian women working in the…

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The Peyke Saadat Nesvan

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Compiled & anntated by Banafsheh Massoudi & Nasser Mohajer The Peyke Saadat Nesvan (Journal) The Payk-e Saadat Nesvan Magazine was the first journal published by Iranian women’s rights activists and the first journal produced by left-leaning women in Iran. Its concessioner, Rooshanak Nodoost, was one of the most progressive women…

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Women in the Shadow

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Compiled by Fariba Iraj Five young women from one of the provinces in Iran, whose husbands were either imprisoned or executed during the rampant repression of the 1980s, recounted their traumatic experiences with Fariba Iraj. First one on one, and then in a group everyone shared their stories. The following…

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Displaced

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Kian Katouzian (Haj Seyed Javadi) Displaced (Memoir of Exile) Displaced is basically Ms. Katouzian’s memoirs of life in exile. The chronicle of a known teacher in Tehran and principal of a prestigious girls school of the 1960s and 1970’s, and also the espouse of one of the renowned dissident intellectuals…

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Trembling

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This book captures the author’s life experiences in the 80’s and 90’s; But at the same time, her life resembles the lives of many women of her generation. A young generation who lived the experience of the 1979 Revolution with immense passion, but soon became disillusioned by the outcome of the Revolutions.

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The Inescapable Escape – Volume 1

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In this two-volume book, thirty men and women of all ages and walks of life with diverse political and religious believes talk about their motivations for fleeing Iran. The protagonists have fled Iran through different borders, seeking asylum in different countries.

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The Inescapable Escape – Volume 2

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In this two-volume book, thirty men and women of all ages and walks of life with diverse political and religious believes talk about their motivations for fleeing Iran. The protagonists have fled Iran through different borders, seeking asylum in different countries.

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The National Union of Iranian Women

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The theme of this book is about the formation and activities of the National Union of Iranian Women, which was founded a few weeks after the 1979 February Revolution of Iran. Most of the founders of NUIW were left-leaning women educated in North America and Western Europe and active in the struggle against the Shah’s dictatorial regime. The NUIW was dissolved after the onslaught of the Islamic Republic on all democratic forces of the country in June 1981.

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