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Contemporary Iranian Poetry in Translation: A Reading and Conversation with Kayvan Tahmasebian and Rebecca Ruth Gould

November 3, 2020
United States
Subject Fields: 
Literature, Middle East History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Humanities

Join us for a reading and discussion of modern Iranian poetry and translation with Kayvan Tahmasebian and Rebecca Ruth Gould, both scholars and practicing poets based at the University of Birmingham, who frequently collaborate on their translations of Persian poetry. They will read poetry by Tahmasebian, as well as their translations of verse by Bijan Elahi and Hasan Alizadeh. They will be joined in conversation by Sam Hodgkin and Robyn Creswell from Yale’s Department of Comparative Literature.


Kayvan Tahmasebian, University of Birmingham


Online Digital Resources
Subject Fields: 
Black History / Studies, European History / Studies, Film and Film History, Italian History / Studies

With my company production 

The Multidisciplinary Grid 2020

November 23, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Architecture and Architectural History, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Chinese History / Studies, Fine Arts, Theatre & Performance History / Studies

As an ordering device, the grid has always played a significant role in shaping the spatial imaginaries of a wide range of fields.