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Honoring Iranian films on the big screen

UCLA Film and Television Archive celebrates tradition, conviction of Iranian filmmakers with eight-part series

Scholar examines media’s role in managing political conflict

Yael Warshel will speak about her work on April 17

Award-winning author, satirist is coming to Dodd Hall

Sayed Kashua will speak about his work and share his views about life in Israel at UCLA on April 26

Poets, writers mark anniversary of bombing of Baghdad's cultural center

Center for Near Eastern Studies collaborates to keep memory of al-Mutanabbi Street alive

Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye: Containing Iran - What Does it Mean?

In an article for the Middle East Policy Council, Burkle Center Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye and Eric Lorber explain containment strategy and whether or not this is an effective policy towards Iran.

Revolution, Reform, and Repression: Challenges to Women's Inclusion and Equality in the Middle East

The 1st Annual International Women’s Day Lecture by Sussan Tahmasebi, recipient of the Human Rights Watch’s 2011 Alison Des Forges Human Rights Award for Extraordinary Activism.

Senator George Mitchell in Conversation with NPR's Renee Montagne

Senator George Mitchell, who led peace negotiations in Northern Ireland and formerly served as Special Envoy for the Middle East, delivers the 2012 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture entitled: "Turmoil in the Middle East: Its Effect on U.S. Foreign Policy."

A Poetry Reading by Granaz Mousavi (in Persian)

From the panel discussion "Secularism and Gender in Iran of Today"

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Aram Saroyan

Aram Saroyan reads "Night in Hamdan" by Saadi Yousef, translated by Khaled Mattawa, followed by his own poem "Autobiography".

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Beau Beausoleil

Beau Beausoleil reads "TV Terror" by Huda Al-Marashi and follows with closing remarks for the reading.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Elline Lipkin

Elline Lipkin reads Adnan Mohsen's "More Rare," followed by her own poem written with Aga Shahid Ali entitled "Al-Mutanabbi Street."

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Jim Natal

Jim Natal reads his own poem entitled "The Street of the Poet".

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Tania Baban and Jen Hofer

Tania Baban reads "A Half-Burned Page on Al Mutanabbi Street" by Dunya Mikhail in Arabic. Jen Hofer reads the English translation of the same poem, translated by Dunya Mikhail, Dima Hilal, and Beau Beausoleil. She follows with her own poem "less then more then less again".

Secular State as the Alternative to the Present State in Iran (in Persian)

A lecture by Abdol-Karim Lahidji, from the panel discussion "Secularism and Gender in Iran of Today"

Woman's body, a symbol of Political Changes in Contemporary Iran (in Persian)

A lecture by Mehrangiz Kar, from the panel discussion "Secularism and Gender in Iran of Today"

Archaeologist investigates legend of mythical ruler of ancient Peru

Christopher Donnan’s revelations Naymlap and his findings at two sites are detailed in his new 268-page book “Chotuna and Chornancap: Excavating an Ancient Peruvian Legend.”

"Dissolving Localities" - A multimedia portrait of Jerusalem by Emmanuel Witzthum

Podcast introduction of an audio/visual project in which the sights and sounds of daily life in Jerusalem are transformed into a work of art.

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Janet Sternburg

Janet Sternburg reads a poem written in the 10th century by an anonymous author, followed by her own poem entitled "Seeds".

Al-Mutanabbi Street: Poetry and Art from Tragedy - Sholeh Wolpé

Sholeh Wolpé reads "To Salah Al Hamdani, November 2008" by Sam Hamill, followed by her own poem entitled "The Deep Dive".

Senator George Mitchell delivers the 2012 Bernard Brodie Distinguished Lecture

Senator George Mitchell discusses turmoil in the Middle East with National Public Radio's Renee Montagne

Revolution, Reform and Repression: Challenges to Women’s Inclusion and Equality in the Middle East and North Africa

The 1st Annual International Women’s Day Lecture by Sussan Tahmasebi, recipient of the Human Rights Watch’s 2011 Alison Des Forges Human Rights Award for Extraordinary Activism.

When women’s situations improve, so do the situations of their countries, says advocate

UCLA revives annual International Women’s Day lecture

Israeli Responses to the Arab Spring

Professor Gerald Steinberg speaks on Israel's reaction to the recent events in the Middle East.

No conflict is beyond resolution, Sen. George Mitchell tells packed house at UCLA

Famed peacemaker discusses world disputes, recent Mideast events

Promoting understanding and peace through rhythm and rhyme

Hadag Nahash discusses music and politics with UCLA audience.

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