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Marina Nemat discusses her memoir, Prisoner of Tehran

On November 10th PsTL and CEHD Reads hosted the third annual Common Book author event. All First Year CEHD students gathered in Northrup Auditorium for a special session of the First Year Inquiry course (PsTL 1525W) to hear Marina Nemat discuss her memoir, her childhood in Iran, her time in Evin Prison and her road of recovery. In an evening event, Nemat told the story of her childhood, her imprisonment and recovery to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the public. Nemat encouraged an engaging and moving discussion that provided participants with multiple perspectives on Iran and the power of words.

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