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Golzar Sepehri

Biography

Golzar Sepehri is a Junior Fellow at Archival Institute and a Master’s student at Harvard University studying Middle Eastern studies, where her research focuses on international security. She recently served as a faculty aide to a distinguished professor, where her research duties focused on U.S. foreign relations.

She has contributed to Archival Institute’s research on Iranian contemporary history, Islamic history and theology, and Farsi-English translation. She has also written on the treatment of women in the contemporary Muslim world and the treatment of women in Islamic religious texts.

Golzar holds a B.A. from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in psychology, religious studies, and Arabic with honors. She is fluent in Farsi, proficient in Arabic (Modern Standard), and proficient in Urdu.

Education

  • Master’s Student at Harvard University

Areas of Focus

  •  Judeo-Christian and Islamic History
  •  Sufism
  • National Security Issues of the Middle East
  • U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East

Archival Facilitated Research & Publications

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