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Roxanne Varzi

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Associate Professor of Anthropology and Film Studies at University of California at Irvine; author of Warring Souls: Media, Martyrdom and Youth in Post-Revolution Iran; Director of Plastic Flowers Never Die, a documentary about mourning and martyrdom in the Iran-Iraq war

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Thirty-one years ago today, Islamic clerics in Iran shook the world, leading a revolution fueled by hatred of the West.

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