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Lecture to look at roots, ramifications of ISIS

LAWTON — A free public lecture will explore “ISIS Theatre of Cruelty: Roots and Ramifications” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13, in the McCasland Ballroom at Cameron University. 

Mahmoud Sadri, who grew up in Iran, will discuss the development of ISIS and the complex sociological issues surrounding it.

Mahmoud Sadri
Mahmoud Sadri

Sadri earned his graduate degree in the United States and has taught sociology of the Middle East and sociology of terrorism for many years. Currently, he is a professor of sociology at Texas Woman’s University and the Federation of North Texas Area Universities.

The presentation is made possible by the Phillip L. Jones Endowed Lectureship in Ethics.

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