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"Iran, Yesterday and Today"

Monday, May 26, 2014 - 2:00pm
Off-campus
Dayton International Peace Museum
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Iran, Yesterday and Today Showing

The Dayton International Peace Museum will present its final program in connection with the current exhibition, Faces of Iran, on Sunday, 26 May at 2:00pm at the museum: A showing of Rick Steves' Reflections on Iran. At the request of the United Nations, Steves made a ground breaking trip to Iran and later producted a video, which has been shown on PBS. In the accompanying video, Steves shares his personal experiences, lessons learned and opinions that were shaped by the trip.
Afsaneh Haddadian, a research assistant at the Kettering Foundation, will respond to the video and help us to understand her mystifying country. Born and raised in Iran, Ms. Haddadian received her M.A. from Wright State University. She has studied theories of International Relations and comparative politics and presented her research at many conferences.

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