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Name
Dr Paola Rivetti
Address 1
School of Law and Government, Dublin City University
Address 2
Glasnevin
Position
Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellow
City
Dublin
Postcode
9
Country
Ireland
Tel (landline)
+35317006898
Fax
+35317007374
Email
paola.rivetti@dcu.ie
Alternative Email
rivettipaol@hotmail.it
Personal Website
http://www.dcu.ie/info/staff_member.php?id_no=4445
EURAMES Member
Yes
Member of
SeSaMO
Member of
BRISMES
AFMA Member
No
MESA Member
Yes
BASIS Member
No
Institution Name
Dublin City University
Institution Address 1
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Institution Address 2
Dublin 9
Institution City
Dublin
Institution County
Dublin
Institution Postcode
9
Institution Country
Ireland
Discipline 1
Internal (state-internal) politics
Discipline 2
International politics
Geographical Area 1
Afghanistan
Geographical Area 2
Iran
Middle Eastern Area
Iran and/or the Iranian world
Languages Mastered
Persian
Proficiency
Advanced
Languages Mastered
French
Proficiency
Fluent
Languages Mastered
Spanish
Proficiency
Advanced
Languages Mastered
Italian
Proficiency
Fluent
Qualifications
PHD IN SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF SIENA, ITALY. Date: 26 March 2010 Thesis Title: The Hidden Half. A Critical History of Iranian Reformism in the Nineties and during Khatami’s presidencies. External Examiner: Prof. Riccardo Redaelli (Catholic University of Milan). Final Grade: Excellent. Granted by the Italian Ministry of Higher Education and Research (3 years scholarship). DIPLOMA OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE, DEKHODA INSTITUTE, TEHRAN. Date: October 2008. Grade: Advanced (reading and speaking) M.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF TURIN, ITALY. Date: 26 March 2006 Thesis Title: Iranian Reformism during Khatami’s presidencies (1997-2005). Supervisor: Michelguglielmo Torri (University of Turin). Final Grade: 1st Honours (110 cum lauda).
Additional Info 1
Middle Eastern Studies
Additional Info 2
Iranian Studies
Additional Info 3
I am also developping a project on transnational activism in the Iranian Diaspora
External Funders
0
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