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A Life Lived In Colour: Why Azar Nafisi’s ‘Reading Lolita in Tehran’ Is Still Relevant Today

Azar Nafisi’s ‘Reading Lolita in Tehran’, the story of an University Professor who resigned her post and began secretly to teach her seven students about Western Literature in her own home in post-revolution Iran, was New York Times Bestseller for one hundred and seventeen weeks. 1,968 more words

Azar Nafisi

Reading Lolita in Tehran

Reading Lolita in Tehran
Azar Nafisi

Reading Lolita in Tehran takes you to another place–really–I mean you are “not in Kansas anymore!”  Author, Azar Nafisi envelopes you with the textural content of a post-revolution Tehran and with scenes from her teaching experience there.  431 more words

Book Review

The protest of Azadi Sports Stadium’s workers

September 29, 2015

Almost 100 worker who are working in Azadi Sport Stadium had protest in front of Ministry of sport on September 27, 2015 against implementations of anti-workers measure by sub-contractors. 146 more words

 تخيل، تنها كوله بارم

“The Is A Garden” 30 minutes documentary-animation by Masoud Raouf,  Winner of “Greater Washington Immigration Film Festival” 2015 Award.

اين مقاله  را در ٢١ اوت ٢٠١٤ بمناسبت پايان ونمايش عمومي فيلم “باغي هست” در سي و هشتمين دوره جشنواره بين المللي فيلم مونترال، نوشته ام 10 more words


50 Iranian Women you should know: Zahra Rahnavard

Global and Iranian history are both closely intertwined with the lives and destinies of prominent figures. Every one of them has laid a brick on history’s wall, sometimes paying the price with their lives, men and women alike. 830 more words