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Posted in Art, Cinema, Iran by homeyra on September 18, 2007

A new blog, My year in Tehran (or more) : We moved to Tehran in May 2007, to work for UNICEF there. My blog is meant to speak about the reality here, which is so much different to what most people know from the mainstream media, even though not everything is rosy, obviously…

Zoomorphic calligraphy

Firoozeh Dumas starts blogging

WAIS: World association of International Studies, Stanford CA

An American scholar request: Professor Nelson Frye. Thanks Maryam🙂

4 Boxes: A play by Bayzai, October 19 & 20. Bahram Bayzai is part of a generation of filmmakers in the Ianian New Wave … read more

From Artists Unite Issue: The wisdom of age in the age of youth, excerpt from an interview with Robert Bly, poet

Trevor Paglen,Photographing the physical traces of classifed military and intelligence programs:“You can train yourself to see things that other people don’t see […] That’s what art is all about: trying to show people something they haven’t seen before.”

Middle Eastern Drumming: a blog dedicated to news, information and education for Middle Eastern drummers.

UK Crisis: Escalating Violence by Child Perpetrators. HARDtalk speaks with Camila Batmanghelidjh who runs Kids Company UK.


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  1. naj said, on September 22, 2007 at 5:36 pm

    here: a hilarious site I discovered today! :))

  2. homeyra said, on September 25, 2007 at 1:05 pm

    There is no link Naj. I guess I should visit your blog.

  3. naj said, on October 6, 2007 at 4:15 am

    oops! now I forgot which it was! :/
    html must have gotten mangled!

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