List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2007-02-25

    Saffarzadeh Computer Training Center Presents: Two Seminars: eBay and Zero to Internet

    California - San Diego Sunday - February 25, 2007     09:30 AM

    Two Seminars: eBay and Zero to Internet
    By Saffarzadeh Computer Training Center


    Feb 25,07



    eBay 9:30am - 12:30


    Zero to Internet 2 - 7pm


    Chai&Chat in San Diego.

    ticket $40.00
    for reservation call 858-717-5665

    public auction

    Bay Area - East Bay Sunday - February 25, 2007     10:00 AM

    THE BIGGEST AUCTION OF THE BAY AREA WILL BE IN A FEW DAYS, SO DON`T MISS THIS CHANCE. WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF CARS, JEWELLERY, FINE PERSIAN RUGS AND MUCH MORE.

    LOCATION: 2241 MONUMENT BLVD. UNIT U, CONCORD, CA, 94520

    TIME: SUNDAY FEB.25TH @10AM

    INFO CALL: (925)726-0190



    SEE YOU ALL THERE.

    "Berkeley Lecture Series" presents: A Talk by Shahryar Mandanipour, a Prominent Iranian Writer

    Bay Area - East Bay Sunday - February 25, 2007     01:00 PM

    "Berkeley Lecture Series" presents: A Talk by Shahryar Mandanipour, a Prominent Iranian Writer

    Story Reading followed by a Talk and Discussion on Censorship in Iranian Literature


    Date: Sunday, February 25, 2007
    Time: 1:00 PM
    Place: 110 Barrows Hall

    University of California, Berkeley

    http://www.berkeley .edu/map/ maps/large_ map.html





    Shahryar Mandanipour is the chief editor of Asr-e Pandjshanbeh (Thursday Evening), a monthly literary journal published in Shiraz. He won the Mehregan Award for the best Iranian children's novel of 2004 and the Golden Tablet Award in 1998 for best fiction of the past 20 years in Iran. His fiction includes the novels Ultramarine Blue; Violet Orient; The Courage of Love; Midday Moon; Mummy and Honey; The Eighth Day of the Earth; and The Shadows of the Cave, as well as the children's books One Thousand and One Year and The Secret.

    Lecture in Persian

    Suggested Donation: $10.00

    No donation expected from students

    Further questions may be directed to: berkeleylectures@ yahoo.com

    Film: Cease Fire (Atash Bas)

    Maryland Sunday - February 25, 2007     04:00 PM

    Sunday February 25, 2007 – Screening Film

    Cease Fire (Atash Bas) with a follow-up short discussion by Dr. Roya Rohani Rad

    Towson University, Towson, Maryland

    An attractive young married couple, one an architect and the other one a civil engineer, with money to burn snipe at each other, destroy the house, run each other off the road and nearly divorce before they solve their problems in a psychiatrist's office. Audiences hooked on Persian mainstream will devour this irreverent romantic comedy, spiced with saucy dialogue that spoofs traditional gender roles through gritted teeth.
    Dr. Rohani Rad will present a short follow-up discussion after the movie.


    When:
    Sunday February 25, 2007 - 4-6 PM

    Directed:
    Tahmineh Milani

    Running Time/Release:
    104 min, 2006

    Place:
    Towson University, Stephens Hall Room 204

    Language:
    Persian with English subtitle

    Admission:
    Free

    Direction:
    From I95 - Take York Road, before Cross Campus Drive turn right into Towson University. Stephens Hall is the first building. Click for Direction

    Contact:
    info@iacs-md.org


    Film: Talleh

    Europe - Germany Sunday - February 25, 2007     04:30 PM


    Lecture: Mafahim va Nahadha-ye Hoqouq-e Asasi dar Iran: Negahi be Tadvin-e Qanoun-e Madani va Tahavvol-e Qovveh-ye Qaza'iyyeh

    Los Angeles Sunday - February 25, 2007     05:00 PM

    Mafahim va Nahadha-ye Hoqouq-e Asasi dar Iran: Negahi be Tadvin-e Qanoun-e Madani va Tahavvol-e Qovveh-ye Qaza'iyyeh
    A public lecture by Ali Gheissari, University of San Diego and Brown University


    Ali Gheissari is Professor of History at the University of San Diego and Visiting Professor of Religious Studies at Brown University. He studied at the Faculty of Law and Political Science, Tehran University, and at St Antony's College, Oxford. He has published extensively in both English and Persian on the intellectual and political history of modern Iran. His books include: Merchants in Tabriz and Rasht during the Iranian Constitutional Revolution (1906-1911); Democracy in Iran; Iranian Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century; and Persian translation of Immanuel Kant's Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Ethics. He is also on the Editorial Board of Iran Studies series, published by E. J. Brill.

    This lecture is part of the Center's Persian Lecture Series.


    Date: Sunday, February 25, 2007

    Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Dodd Hall 121
    UCLA
    Los Angeles, CA 90095
    US

    Cost: Free

    Special Instructions
    Lecture will be delivered in Persian.


    For more information please contact
    Peter Szanton, Center for Near Eastern Studies
    Tel: (310) 825-1455
    pszanton@international.ucla.edu
    www.international.ucla.edu/cnes


    Sponsor(s): Center for Near Eastern Studies

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