No. 557    |    25 October 2022


The 7th virtual meeting of Iranian oral history

Principles, Frameworks, and Standards of Conducting Oral History – 3

The 7th oral history meeting was held at the Clubhouse and Tarikhgar Rome on Saturday, December 23, 2021, under the management and hosting of Dr. Mehdi Farahani Monfared and performed by Mrs. Mosffa. In this meeting, Dr. Abolfazl Hassanabadi, Morteza Rasoulipour, Dr. Habibullah Esmaili, and Dr. Mehdi Abolhasani Targhee spoke about the issue of oral history standards in theory and practice. Dr. Farahani Monfared: My question to Dr. Hassanabadi is that when you talk about ...

The 335th Night of Memory - 8

Health Defenders

The 335th program of the Night of Memory was held in the Sooreh Hall of the Art Center on Thursday 5th of Khordad 1401 (May 26, 2022) attended by the physicians and the staff of the health defenders and hosted by Davood Slaehi. The families of the martyrs of health defenders, the medical health staff and a number of volunteers in the area of health were present in the ceremony, talking about the memoirs of the breakout and ascension of the corona pandemic.

A Piece of Memories of Masoumeh Ramhormozi

I Did not Cry for My Brother That Day

Ismail came home in the darkness of the night of October 19, 1980; we had a potluck that we all ate together. The time of Eid al-Adha was near. Our family with eight people was halved. Ismail had put his hand around my mothers neck and was joking with her, and sometimes he said serious and wise words. Ismail had changed his behavior, and after 27 days of the war, he had grown extraordinarily and reached intellectual maturity.

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Da (Mother) 18

The Memoirs of Seyyedeh Zahra Hoseyni

Seyyedeh Zahra Hoseyni

Translated from the Persian with an Introduction by Paul Sprachman

Persian Version (2008)

Sooreh Mehr Publishing House

English Version (2014)

Mazda Publishers


Zeynab returned to find the old and round woman who washed bodies smoking a water pipe and Maryam a cigarette.

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