Siyamak Zabihi-Moghaddam, PhD




Ph.D. Middle Eastern History, University of Haifa


Siyamak Zabihi-Moghaddam is a historian of the Middle East and North Africa specializing in women’s and gender history. He has taught courses on Islam and Islamic civilization, the modern Middle East, modern Iran, women and gender in the Middle East and North Africa, and women and feminist movements in Europe. His articles have been published in the Journal of Women’s HistoryJournal of Religious HistoryContemporary Review of the Middle East and Iranian Studies. In addition, he has published a book in Persian and has edited a volume of Persian primary sources on the 1903 massacre of Baha’is, Iran’s largest non-Muslim religious minority.