Narges Bajoghli

Narges Bajoghli, a socio-cultural anthropologist, is currently a postdoctoral research associate in international and public affairs at the Watson Institute at Brown University. She focuses on Iran, media, war and revolution. She directed "The Skin That Burns," a documentary on chemical warfare survivors in Iran, and in addition to academic publishing, has also written for The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, The Washington Post, ​Middle East Research and Information Project, The Huffington Post and LobeLog.


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