"The Importance of Being Aryan: The Nuremberg Laws and Iranian Racial Identity" A talk by Dr. Mohammad Rafi (UC Irvine)
Department: Center for Persian Studies and CultureDate and Time: January 29, 2018 | 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Event Location: Humanities Gateway (HG) 1341
Please join us on Monday, January 29, 2018, 2-4 pm in UC Irvine's Humanities Gateway (HG) 1341 for a talk titled "The Importance of Being Aryan: The Nuremberg Laws and Iranian Racial Identity" by Dr. Mohammad Rafi (UC Irvine).
Mohammad Rafi received a B.A in Political Science and a M.A in German Literature and Philosophy both from UCLA. He completed his Ph.D in the European Languages and Studies department at UC Irvine. He is currently a lecturer in the Humanities Core department and the European Languages and Studies department at UC Irvine. Dr. Rafi's work has been supported by UCLA, UCSD, The Thyssen Foundation, and through the University of California's Chancellors Club Fellowship. His research has been published with TELOS in the United States, and the University of Strasbourg Press in France and Germany.
This event is presented by UC Irvine's Jordan Center for Persian Studies and Culture.
This event is free and open to the public. No registration is required.
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