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Alavi event: To Die for the People: The Imagined Mass in the Poetry of Ahmad Shamlou, Wed. April &, 4 PM, UC Berkeley

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      Wednesday April 7, 4 PM, 254 Barrows Hall

      To die for the people: the imagined mass in the poetry of Ahmad Shamlou

      Talk by Samad Alavi; Graduate Student, Department of Near Eastern Studies

      Discussants:

      Rhiannon Graybill, Graduate Student, Department of Near Eastern Studies

      Samuel England, Graduate Student, Department of Comparative Literature


      This lecture is the part of the Memory and Identity Working Group
      lecture series. It is sponsored by the Dept. of Near Eastern Studies and
      the Townsend Center for the Humanities.

      Memory and Identity Working Group meetings are designed to encourage
      dialogue across the department's diverse traditions.


      Event Contact: Benjamin Porter, Assistant Professor of Near Eastern
      Archaeology, Department of Near Eastern Studies,
      bwporter@..., 510-642-7794, or visit http://berkeleymemoryid.com/


      Jean Li, C.Phil.
      Egyptian Art and Archaeology, Department of Near Eastern Studies
      University of California, Berkeley
      jeanjzli@...




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