Call for Int’l Commemoration Conference on Rumi released

Publish Date : Monday 14 August 2017 - 22:34
IBNA– Call for the 5th International Commemoration Conference on Molana ‎‎(Rumi) released, with the motto “From the Reed’s Voice to Neynava”, by the ‎secretariat of the event.‎
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the Secretariat of the program, the call was published with the motto “From the Reed’s Voice to Naynava.”
The call reads: “The Secretariat of International Commemoration Conference on Molana (Rumi) is proud to announce this years event, in accordance with the cultural, literary, historical, philosophical and mystical aspects of Rumi’s personality, in collaboration with Rasam Arabzadeh’s Cultural and Artistic Institute, with the motto “From the Reed’s Voice to Neynava”, and with the aim of identifying and supporting the activities of enthusiastic and interested people in Rumi’s School, Possibility of participation and better use of the experience and knowledge of experts, individuals and professionals active in this field’ and ‘the introduction , encouragement and reverence of national and international scholars active in studies on Molana (Rumi).”
Lectures delivered by the well-known experts, the live vocal performance of Alireza Qorbani in describing Rumi, poetry and the awarding of statues and plaques of honor given at the program are included in this event.
The program will be attended by famous figures and artists from Iran, on September 21, 2017, at Abu Reihan Biruni Center for International Conferences in Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran.
Interested individuals can submit their works to the Conference, in the following areas:
  • * Literary research on Rumi’s poetry and prose
    * Rumi’s early and contemporary poets and Sufi mystics influencing his works
    * The study of Rumi’s mystical and literary tradition
    * Review of Rumi's works from the perspective of literary criticism and stylistics
    * The study of religious, verbal and mystical thoughts in the works of Rumi
    * The study of the works of Rumi from the perspective of the grammatical and linguistic studies.
    The deadline for submitting works which is set for September 1, 2017, and will not be extended.
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