Parsagon President Special Guest of Chicago University

The Persian Circle at the University of Chicago will host The Parsagon Review on February 19, 2014. During this session, Leili Adibfar, co-founder of The Parsagon Review will present the main goals and programs of the Parsagon: The Paragon of Persian Literature, Culture and Arts to the American students of Persian Literature.

PARSAGON is an Iran-based private, non-partisan, and non-political project mainly run by postgraduate students of English and Comparative Studies, Linguistics and Dramatic Literature that tend to introduce contemporary literature of Iran, its key figures and main concerns to the English-speaking world.

The Persian Circle is a weekly lecture series in Persian at the University of Chicago’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. The lectures include social, cultural and academic discussions about the Persian-speaking world and are led by faculty, students, and visiting scholars and artists.

Please join us if you are around:

 
 Wednesday, February 19 2014, 5:00–6:30pm
 Pick 222, 5828 S University Ave, Chicago, IL 60637
 

The Persian Circle’s Current Schedule

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