PENN LIGHTBULB CAFÉ- “Where Is ‘Home’? Displacement and Exile in Persian Literary Tradition” – Tickets – World Cafe Live Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA – November 14th, 2017

PENN LIGHTBULB CAFÉ- “Where Is ‘Home’? Displacement and Exile in Persian Literary Tradition"

PENN LIGHTBULB CAFÉ- “Where Is ‘Home’? Displacement and Exile in Persian Literary Tradition"

Tue · November 14, 2017

6:00 pm (event ends at 7:00 pm)

World Cafe Live Philadelphia

Free

PENN LIGHTBULB CAFÉ- “Where Is ‘Home’? Displacement and Exile in Persian Literary Tradition"
PENN LIGHTBULB CAFÉ- “Where Is ‘Home’? Displacement and Exile in Persian Literary Tradition"
Fatemeh Shams, Persian poet and professor in Near Eastern languages and civilizations, School of Arts & Sciences

“Where Is ‘Home’? Displacement and Exile in Persian Literary Tradition”

Although terms such as “displacement” and “exile” have been more recurrent in the wake of the ongoing refugee crisis across the world, the constant search of ”home” has been always present in various literary traditions including Persian literature. In this talk, Dr. Shams will explore various meanings and representations of “home” throughout the classical and modern literary traditions in an attempt to understand the notion of “exile” and “displacement” as a mental and physical mode of existence.
Venue Information:
World Cafe Live Philadelphia
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
http://philly.worldcafelive.com/