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Iranian Literary Diasporas: Parvaneh Hosseini in Conversation with author Hamed Esmaeilion (virtual)
September 25, 2021 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This virtual lecture series is dedicated to exploring how Iranian diaspora authors reflect on the community’s attempts at carving out forms of belonging to their host nations. Authors and discussants may address specific modes of power and representation that Iranian diaspora community has developed to rehabilitate their position as members of a minoritized population with ambivalent feelings of belonging.
September 25, 2021 @ 12:00pm-1:00pm
Parvaneh Hosseini in Conversation with author Hamed Esmaeilion
Convener: Dr. Claudia Yaghoobi, Roshan Associate Professor in Persian Studies, email@example.com
Presented by Persian Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill. Cosponsors: American Institute of Iranian Studies, Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies.