A Dutch-Iranian author considered to be one of the most fascinating contemporary writers in the Netherlands. His work has found a lot of attention in the international media and he has been named as a potential Nobel Prize candidate. While he was a Regents’ Professor at UC Berkeley’s Dutch Studies and Near Eastern Studies Program for the entire month of April 2010, he gave several lectures on Iranian resistance and Muslim integration.
April 15th, 6-7pm
Literature as Resistance, UC Berkeley Regent’s Lecture
Morrison Room, Doe (Main) Library
April 18th, 3-5pm
Writing in a Foreign Language, the Literary Work of Kader Abdolah.
2040 Valley Life Sciences Building
April 21st, 5-6pm
How Europe is Changing, the Multicultural Debate in Europe
201 Moses Hall