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My Stolen Face: The Story of a Dramatic Mix-Up
Neda Soltani (former faculty member, Islamic Azad University, Tehran and visiting scholar, Montclair State University) will discuss her book, a memoir of growing up in Iran. Currently an Institute of International Education fellow, Neda Soltani will discuss the stifling, age-old Iranian path toward democracy, which brought about the 1979 Islamic Revolution, eventually culminating in a theocratic dictatorship. Soltani is one of the hundreds of Iranians who were forced into a life of exile after the disputed 2009 Presidential election in Iran This event is presented as part of the Montclair State University "Justice and Civil Society in the Muslim World" lecture series, sponsored by the Global Education Center.
April 18th, 2012
Starts at 02:30 PM
Montclair State University
1 Normal Ave
Montclair, NJ 07043