“Berkeley Lecture Series” in partnership with “ Iranian Student Alliance in America – ISAA” present:
Ahmadinejad Denial of Holocaust VS. The Bird wachters of Auschwitz
A Presentation by Hamid Sadr
Author of The Bird Collector of Auschwitz
Hamid Sadr masterfully succeeds once again in his new novel to link historical and current political
issues and to raise central questions about guilt and responsibility. Following Hamid Sadr on this
tightrope between confronting the past and madness is a unique and rewarding literary experience.
Hamid Sadr, born in 1946 in Teheran, is one of the most successful Iranian writers in exile. His work has won numerous awards. His first book “Tales of the Lane” was published in 1966. As well as writing, he has worked with the filmmakers Jacques Bral, Sam Fuller and Mansur Madavie. Sadr has lived in Vienna since 1991. In 1994 “Notes to Dora” was published by the publishing house Deuticke, followed by “The Memory Secretary” in 2005.
Date: Sunday, December 13, 2009
Time: 4:00 P.M.
Place: 110 Barrows Hall
University of California, Berkeley
Lecture in Persian
Suggested Donation: $10.00
No donation expected from students
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