IBNA- ‘The Solar Corona’, a book by Leon Golub and Jay M. Pasachoff which provides scientific answers for longstanding questions about the star of life on earth has been translated into Persian and released.
IBNA- In a part of her book, ‘Persian Pictures, a Book of Travel’, British writer, and archaeologist Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell (1868–1926) meticulously observed the Iranian lifestyle and described Muharram and Ashura mourning ceremony.
IBNA- The book ‘How the Zebra Got Its Stripes’ by the young French scientist by the young French scientist by the young French scientist Léo Grasset has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- Iranian and Islamic Research Center Press and Dar Ward Al-Urdunnīyah Institute from Jordan signed an agreement.
IBNA- The book ‘Disheveled and Dusty’, an interpretation on the eventful day of Ashura (Muharram 10), addressed by the 8th Shi'ite Imam Reza (AS) to one of his companions Rian Ibn Shobaib has been published.
IBNA- The book ‘Martyrs of Neynava’ on the Karbala epic to be reviewed in the Literati House affiliated to Iran’s Book House Institute on Sunday, September 15.
IBNA- ‘Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment’ by noted American political scientist Francis Fukuyama has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- A novel by Soviet-Russian writer Daniil Granin titled ‘German Crimes, Russian Punishment’ on love and damages of the World War II has been translated into Persian and released.
IBNA- ECO Cultural Institute’s office in Tehran will hold the meeting “The Realm of Art & the Position of Hakim Sana'i Ghznavi” on Wednesday, September 18.
IBNA- The book, ‘From Eden to Exile: The Epic History of the People of the Bible’ by British scholar David Rohl, a retell of the history of the Old Testament has been translated into Persian and released.
IBNA- Young adult drama novel ‘Monster’ (1999) by the late American author Walter Dean Myers has been translated into Persian and reached Iranian readership.
IBNA- The adventure novel ‘Panama, Panama’ by Spanish author Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- ‘Beartown’ (2017), one of the latest novels of noted Swedish author, journalist and blogger Frederick Beckman has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- Iranian writer Mohammad-Reza Shams and book promoter Mahdi Hajvani introduced by Iran’s Association of Children and Young Adults Writers to run for The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award 2020.
IBNA- The first novels of two authors Aimee Bender and Alex Michaelides titled respectively ‘The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake’ and ‘The Silent Patient’ in Persian will be unveiled in Tehran on Thursday.
IBNA- The Persian book ‘Knowledge and Individuality, Letters from German Philosophy of the 20th Century’ which reflects the undeniable role of German philosophers in forming theoretical movements has been published.
IBNA- Persian translation of ‘The Cultural Studies Reader’ by New Zealander scholar Simon During which debates that popular cultural products don’t necessarily represent people’s priorities has been translated into Persian and is available in Iranian bookstores.
IBNA- The classic satirical novel ‘The Twelve Chairs’ (1928) by Soviet authors Ilf and Petrov’ which makes painstaking criticisms against the former system of Soviet Union has been translated into Persian and will be published.
IBNA- The ideas of noted French sociologist Émile Durkheim on suicide during peace will be discussed at a meeting in the cultural thought center of Iran’s National Library today.
IBNA- The play, ‘The Good Person of Szechwan’ (1943) by the leading German playwright and poet Bertolt Brecht has been translated into Persian and published.