Male-Female Relationships in Post-Revolutionary Iranian Cinema
The Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Institute of Iranian Studies presents its Lecture Series: Iranian Cinema with Dr. Asal Bagheri, Université de Cergy-Pontoise.
Asal Bagheri has a PhD in Semiology and Linguistics, with a specialization in Iranian cinema. She had written several articles on Iranian cinema in French, English and Persian. Bagheri has taught linguistics, semiology, communication and French language courses in different universities, including Sorbonne Paris Descartes, Paris Est Creteil, Paris Est Marne La Vallee, Rennes 1, Sorbonne University and Catholic Institute.
Co-sponsors: Toronto Initiative for Iranian Studies; Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations; Department of History; Department of Historical Studies; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies-UTM; Cinema Studies Institute; Centre for Comparative Literature; Critical Studies in Equity and Solidarity; Department of English (Ryerson University), and Iran Namag: A Quarterly of Iranian Studies
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