Media & Articles
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Articles About Sousan's Work
When is Consent not Consent? Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting & A Call for Cultural Renewal, (to be published, 2021-22).
Transcript of Interview with Sousan Abadian, Counsel on Persian Culture, June 2020.
a short story adapted from Dr. Scott Peck, A Road Less Traveled, April 2019.
Chehreh Nama (193), March 2020.
Leonel Narvaez, editor. Published in Latin America, August 2009, and in the U.S., 2010
“Taming the Beast: Trauma in Jewish Religious and Political Life” (co-authored with Tamar Miller),
Journal of Jewish Communal Service. Volume 83, Number 2/3
“Cultural Healing: When Cultural Renewal is Reparative and when it is Toxic.”
Pimatisiwin: A J. of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health
From Wasteland to Homeland: Trauma and the Renewal of Indigenous Peoples and their Communities (Harvard University Doctoral Thesis, 1999).
“Nation-building in a Traumatized World" (Harvard interfaculty distribution), April 2003.
“Women’s Autonomy and Its Impact on Fertility,” World Development (lead article, December 1996)
The Status of Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Fertility and Population Policies
(Harvard University Master’s Thesis), June 1986.