Reza Baraheni Lecture - UCLA (April 22, 2007)

Reza Baraheni (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Dr. Nayereh Tohidi introduced Dr.   Baraheni (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni  (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Lecture (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Lecture (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Lecture (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Lecture (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni & Dr. Nayereh Tohidi during the Q&A session  (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Q&A Session: Partow Nooriala (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Q&A Session: Homa Parovi (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni Lecture (April 22, 2007) - by QH


 Partow Nooriala, Reza Baraheni, Farah Arya (April 22, 2007) - by QH


Reza Baraheni signing a fan's book (April 22, 2007) - by QH




Reza Baraheni is a poet, novelist, literary theorist and translator, as well as being a human rights activist and university professor. He co-founded the Writers Association of Iran more than forty years ago and was instrumental in turning the Association into Iran's most important human rights organization. In the United States, Baraheni worked with Noam Chomsky, Arthur Miller, Kurt Vonnegut, Allen Ginsberg and many other prominent poets, writers and activists, to promote human rights in the world, particularly Iran. He is the author of more than sixty books of poetry, fiction, literary criticism, literary translations and social Issues, including works such as The Crowned Cannibals and God's Shadow. He is currently a Professor of exilic and postmodernist literatures at the Centre for Comparative Literature of the University of Toronto. Baraheni is the winner of numerous literary and human rights awards from the U.S., Canada, Iran and other parts of the world. He was the President of PEN Canada from 2000-2002.

Sponsored by the Center for Near Eastern Studies, UCLA


Title of the lecture: Nazari-ye-ha-ye Sonnat, Tajaddod, va Post-Moderniteh dar Sher-i Moaaser-i Farsi


Audio
Intro - Real audio (06:41)
Listen to an excerpt of the lecture - Real audio (06:09)


Related Links
Reza Barahani (Univeristy of Toronto)


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