The book launch of Yasser Munif’s “The Syrian Revolution: Between the Politics of Life and the Geopolitics of Death” showcaseed Yasser Munif and Sara Dehkordi who spoke, analyzed and presented the book. This was followed by a Q&A with the speakers.
Yasser Munif is a Sociology Assistant Professor at the Institute for Liberal Arts at Emerson College. He is the co-founder of the Global Campaign for Solidarity with the Syrian Revolution.
Sara Dehkordi is an Iranian political activist living in exile and lecturer at the Otto-Suhr-Institute of Political and Social Sciences of the Freie University Berlin. She teaches in the areas of critical peace and conflict studies, decolonial theories and critique, and critical urban studies. She especially focuses on colonial genocide, the Negritude and Black Consciousness Movement, neoliberal urbanism and repressed archives and collective memory building, amongst other themes. Her book, Segregation, Inequality and Urban Development – Forced Evictions and Criminalisation Practices in Present-Day South Africa, will be released in July this year.
The book launch of Yasser Munif's "The Syrian Revolution: Between the Politics of Life and the Geopolitics of Death" will showcase Yasser Munif and Sara Dehkordi who will speak, analyse, and present the book. This will be followed by a Q&A with the speakers. The webinar