Many thanks to Prof. Harandi for his fascinating talk on the Robâ’i, “the ancient but forever new form of Persian poetry”. Listen to his talk by downloading the MP3 here or use the player below:
Let me thank once again our guest speakers Prof. Saeed Ghahremani and Dr. Farrokh Asadi for their wonderful discussion and of Parvin E’tesami and screening of the new film about her life, “A Chapter of Being” (فصلی از هستی). Their comments are recorded in two separate files, which, as usual, can be downloaded as MP3s or accessed through the embedded player. با سپاس
Once again, I would like to thank Leili Adibfar, co-founder and Associate Editor of the Parsagon Review, for introducing us to the online journal of the Par[s]agon Project. For those who couldn’t make it, you can listen to the session by downloading the MP3 or using the player below.
Next week will be a film on the poetry of Parvin E’tesami; stay tuned for details!
Avisheh Mohsenin gave a wonderful presentation about Pasfarda and its latest activities. For full details, please see the attached PDF she has created for us. You can also download her talk by clicking on this link or by using the player below.
If you want to join the Pasfarda email list to be updated on future events, you can fill out the form in at the following URL: http://www.pasfarda.com/Contact.aspx or email them at email@example.com.
On Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, Cameron Cross presented some of his literary research on Vis o Rāmin, a Persian narrative poem written in the mid-11th century CE by Gorgāni. The discussion centered on the poem’s portrayal of characters’ falling in love. Cameron’s remarks, and the Q&A that followed, were recorded. You can listen to it here.
Dr. Keyvan gave a fascinating talk on Wednesday, Oct. 24 about the relationship between the works and world-view of Mowlānā Rumi, and the scientific field of quantum mechanics. His talk, and some of the discussion that followed, was recorded. You can listen to it here.
Dr. James Clark, Ms. Niyavarani, Ms. Fazeli, and Ms. Zendebad, all of whom work with the Persian CLS (Critical Language Scholarship) program in Tajikistan, talk about their experiences and challenges of teaching American students Persian in Tajikistan. Listen to the talk here.
Zohreh Ghahremani, author and poet, discusses her new novel Sky of Red Poppies. Listen to her talk here.
جوکها در زبان فارسی از آقا دکتر حشمت موید
Listen to Dr. Moayyad’s talk here.