Researching Covert Operations in Iran

A Conversation with Mark Gasiorowski (VIDEO)


Arash Norouzi

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“Researching Covert Operations in Iran:” A Conversation with Mark Gasiorowski

Professor Mark J. Gasiorowski Prof. Mark J. Gasiorowski is a scholar and political scientist focusing particularly on modern Iranian history, U.S.-Iran relations and covert operations. An author and lecturer, he has written extensively about the CIA-backed 1953 coup in Iran. Soon after his recent retirement, Gasiorowski joined several of his colleagues for a roundtable discussion of his academic career, offering his seasoned advice on securing and conducting interviews with historical subjects.

March 10, 2021 • 2:00 PM
Presented by The National Security Archive (GWU)

Panelists:

Homa Katouzian
St. Antony’s College, Oxford

Roham Alvandi
London School of Economics

Farideh Farhi
University of Hawaii, Manoa

Moderator:

Malcolm Byrne
Deputy Director and Director of Research
National Security Archive (George Washington University)

Length: 115 minutes


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