6 edition of Reference guide to the Iranian oral history collection found in the catalog.
by Harvard University, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Iranian Oral History Project in Cambridge, MA
Written in English
Accompanies microform collection with title: Iranian Oral History Project.
|Other titles||Iranian Oral History Project.|
|Statement||Habib Ladjevardi, project director.|
|Genre||Audiotape catalogs., Sources|
|Contributions||Iranian Oral History Project (Harvard University)|
|LC Classifications||DS316.3 .L33 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||93061276|
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History and Inteview Process | Transcript Availability | Director: Narrators and their Memoirs Interviews in Transcript and Audio Format in Both English and Persian: Publications Iranian Oral History Series and Guide: Comprehensive Transcript Indexes (Adobe PDFs) List of Interviews by Subject Discussed.
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The Oral History Archives at Columbia welcomes personal, educational, and noncommercial use that qualifies as fair use (see CUL Fair Use Checklist) to all unrestricted interview materials in the must cite and give proper credit to Columbia Center for Oral History Archives.
The catalog record for many oral histories says “Permission required to. The Reference Guide to the Iranian Oral History Collection is available from the Iranian Oral History Project or Iranbooks for $ Checks issued in the name of Harvard University should be sent to: Iranian Oral History Project Center for Middle Eastern Studies Harvard University 38 Kirkland Street Cambridge, MA USA.
Microfiche of the collection has been purchased by libraries of major universities in Canada, England, Germany, France, and the United States (see Libraries Holding the Collection). A more complete description of the project can be found in The Reference Guide to the Iranian Oral History Collection (see Publications).
Iranian Oral History Project The Department of Oriental Collections hosts a set of the tapes and transcripts of Harvard's Iranian Oral History Project. There is a copy of the Reference Guide to the Iranian Oral History Collection and two volumes of Indexes in the Charles Wendell David Reading Room.
The Iranian Oral History Project was launched at Harvard's Center for Middle Eastern Studies in the fall of and continues to provide scholars studying the contemporary political history of Iran with primary source material consisting of personal accounts of individuals who either played major roles in important political events and decisions from the s to the s or.
Iranian characters Yassaman Jalali. Iranain authors and even Iranian characters in books are showing up more and more on the literary scene. For example I just came across these 4 new books, 2 with Iranian authors, 2 with Iranian characters: * Digging to America by Anne Tyler (she is the late Taghi Moddaressi's wife) * The Rug Merchant by Meg.
Oral history may encompass personal or collective memories 4. Oral history can be a study reference for researchers 5. Oral history is a way to engage everyone in the society in building up their history and gaining a critical understanding of their past.
Oral history can include children, young adults, adults and the elderly (9). "Oral history in cyberspace" According to Iranian Oral History website, "The News of Month" is the title of a series of reports on this website.
These reports take a look at news related to the subject of site in the written and cyber media. In the following, you will read the news about April A national bestselling collection of comedian Jack Handey’s “Deep Thoughts”—short, funny observations on life that were shown in between sketches on Saturday Night Live.
With quirky, offbeat humor that often veers into the unexpected, Jack Handey’s witty one liners make this. The Iranian Revolution Past, Present and Future glittering achievements, the Sassanid Empire was characterised by extreme oppression of the downtrodden masses.
Nevertheless, for the Iranian world the advent of Islam meant not liberation but defeat and conquest by an alien people. It changed the whole course of Persian history. Houghton Library is committed to supporting and promoting research, teaching, and learning, while at the same time preserving our rare and unique collections.
Houghton Library is not available as a background setting for non-educational, non-collection-related projects or. Iranian Oral History Project | Harvard Library The collection consists of the personal accounts of individuals who played major roles in or were eyewitnesses to important political events in Iran from the s to the s.
Of these, narratives have been digitized and are available to researchers through this database. Laura Secor: Six Essential Books on Iran. By Laura Seco r. Another great work of Iranian intellectual history is Ali and his book introduces the general reader not only to Author: Laura Secor.
The visual storytelling gives the books an immediate appeal and places them very much in the mainstream, accessible to many who would not normally pick up a book on Iran.
The history of Iran.The oral history collection now contains interviews, primarily in Persian, but also in English. A catalogue entitled The Oral History Collection of the Foundation for Iranian Studies edited by Gholam Reza Afkhami and Seyyed Vali Reza Nasr and published in provides detailed information on the first interviews of the program.