Misagh Parsa

Professor of Sociology
M.A.L.S. Professor
Faculty Member (Master of Arts in Liberal Studies)

603-646-3166
HB 6104
Department:
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Sociology
Education:
B.A. Queens College, CUNY
M.A. University of Michigan
Ph.D. University of Michigan

Selected Publications

Devlet, Ideoloji ve Devrim: Iran, Nikaragua ve Filipinler Devrimlerinin Karsilastirmali Analizi , (2004).

“Conflicts and Collective Action in the Iranian Revolution: A Quantitative Analysis,” Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis , 20:2 (November 2004).

“Will Globalization and Democratization Make Revolutions Obsolete?” in The Future of Revolutions , J Foran (ed.), (2003).

“Islamic Fundamentalist Movements and the Theory of Clash of Civilizations,” Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis , 18:1 (April 2002).

States, Ideologies, and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of Iran, Nicaragua, and the Philippines , (2000).

Works in Progress

Dictatorships and Struggles for Democracy: Republic of Korea, Indonesia, and Iran

“Iran From 1919”