IBNA- At the Sacred Defense, Language and Cinema Meeting, held in the National Library, historian Ali Mohammad Tarafdari (PhD) elaborated on the Sacred Defense cinema.
IBNA- On the sidelines of his visit to Sacred Defense Books Fair, the Iranian Minister of Culture, Ali Jannati stated that buying the books which elaborate on the Sacred Defense is one of the priorities of his ministry.
IBNA-The Italian researcher and the member of faculty at the University of Venice said that Islam studies as well as Iranian studies are highly accomplished in Italy but these activities have not been recognized by the Iranian researchers.
IBNA- The Iranian Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies (IHCS) called for the International Congress of Future of Culture, scheduled to be held in the next year.
IBNA-The 15th volume of Children and Adolescent Encyclopedia will be unveiled today during a ceremony as Touran Mirhadi, Noush-60 Afarin Ansari along with the other members of Children’s Book Council will attend it.
IBNA- After signing an agreement with Tehran University on Saturday, German Springer publication Institute its readiness to increase the debt number of Iranian English-language journals on Monday.
IBNA- The travelogue of Iranian literature professor and poet, Mir Jalal al-Din Kazzazi on his forty days travel to the United States and particularly New York we’d be introduced at a special meeting of Tehran’s book city on Monday, October 6.
IBNA- The award winning Iranian novelist Abu-Torab Khosravi, believes that the modern literature should be incorporated into the school courses as Alain Robbe-Grillet and Marguerite Duras are taught in French schools.
IBNA- Noted Iranian scholar and poet, Kiumars Monshizadeh believes that the reason the legendary Iranian mystic and poet Molana (Rumi) has soared to international fame lies in the fact that he was ahead of his time.
IBNA- International secretary of Society of the Iranian Sacred Defense Books Publishers said among 400 works translated on this issue, 70 books will be showcased at Frankfurt Book Fair.
IBNA- The 12th Tabriz International Book Fair will be held Monday, September 29 as 800 domestic and 120 foreign publishers from 42 countries will attend it.
IBNA-The Iranian Organization of Research and Composing Textbooks on Humanities (SAMT) announced the publication and release of its three new books in Russian and Chinese.
IBNA- Replying to an official letter sent by Tehran’s publishers and booksellers union, the Iranian Culture Ministry announced that the issue of tax exempt for the Iranian publishers has been considered and approved by the National Tax Administration.
IBNA- The brother-in-law of the late Iranian Azeri poet Hossein Monzavi (1936–2003) and the translator of his poems said that he aims to universalize the poet.
IBNA- Memoires of the Iranian Culture Minister Ali Jannati from the days of “sacred defense” have been compiled in a book which portrays the bravery of those who confronted Iraqi army in defense of their land.
IBNA- Visiting various departments of IBNA and Iran's Book House, the Culture Minister Ali Jannati appreciated the efforts made by these two centers in providing information and promotional works for the books.
IBNA- Two cultural centers in Tehran invited Dariush Borbor (PhD), an architect and Iranologist to give an overview of the issues discussed at the International Society of Iranian Studies (ISIS) 2014, held in Montreal, Canada.
IBNA- The acclaimed Iranian poet, Mansour Owji said that the president and his government should fulfill their promises and they should resist some who try to disturb the cultural situation of the society.
IBNA- The list of the Iranian books which are heading to Frankfurt International Book Fair was announced, the list includes books such as ‘Shahnameh’ (Book of Kings) from Manuscript to Publication, Kelidar and The Chronology of Osama bin Laden.
IBNA- Iran’s Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Ali Jannati attended the official opening ceremony of the Center of Book Research affiliated to Iran’s Book House held on Sunday, September 21.