Lecture by Mohsen Namjoo at UC Irvine

The Samuel Jordan Center for Persian Studies and Cultures presents three lectures by  Mohsen Namjoo on Saturday May 12, at UCI’s Center for Persian Studies, Conference room, HG 1030.

Pathology of Iranian Traditional Music in Three Acts a talk by Mohsen Namjoo

– The relation of Classical Iranian Repertoire to Political Despotism

– The Nouvelle Connection between Literary Fusion and  Iranian Music

– An overview of Independent Music in Iran

All three talks will be conducted in Persian. Attendance is free and open to the public. Space is limited. First come, first served.

Organized By: UCI, Samuel M. Jordan Center for Persian Studies, co-sponsored by Farhang Foundation

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“On Epigraphy and Historiographical Practices in Sasanian Iran”

Center for Persian Studies & Culture at UCI
Lecture by
M. Rahim Shayegan
University of California, Los Angeles

“On Epigraphy and Historiographical Practices in Sasanian Iran”

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Thursday, June 6, 2013
6:30pm
Humanities Gateway 1010

There will be a book signing ceremony afterwards

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