12th Iranian Oral History Conference to be held on 19 November 2019

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

2019-10-30


Iranian Oral History Association messenger issued the announcement number 5 on the date and place of the 12th Iranian Oral History Conference.

According to the Iranian Oral History Site, the announcement was made of the latest approvals of the 12th Iranian Oral History Conference Council meeting held on 22 October 2019. Accordingly, this conference, titled "The Oral History of Industry, Engineering and Sacred Defense Support", will be held at the Saeb Hall of the Faculty of Literature and Humanities, University of Isfahan, 19 November 2019. Four conference sessions consist of five lectures and twelve articles as selected by the jury.

Those interested to participate in the conference are requested to apply through Iranian.oha@gmail.com by 2 November 2019. A certificate of participation will be issued by the end of the conference.

The 12th Iranian Oral History Conference on "Oral History of Industry, Engineering and Sacred Defense Support" is being organized by the Iranian Oral History Association, University of Isfahan and the Department of the Veterans of the Ministry of Agriculture. The topics of the conference are: 1. Support and Engineering of the Construction Jihad War 2. Administrative and Law Enforcement 3. Dispatching and logistics 4. Manufacturing, Innovations and Inventions 5. Documentation and Office Archives 6. Sacred Defense-Related Units in Offices 7. Other Related Topics.

According to the Iranian Oral History web site for the latest news related to the 12th Iranian Oral History Conference, the Department of History of the University of Isfahan is in charge of the academic content of the conference. Dr. Ali Akbar Kajbaf, a member of the Faculty of History of the University of Isfahan, has been selected as the Secretary of the 12th Iranian Oral History Conference, and Dr. Morteza Nouraei, the Academic Secretary, and Dr. Ali Akbar Jafari, the Executive Secretary of the 12th Iranian Oral History Conference.

Participants and sponsors of the 12th Iranian Oral History Conference are: Isfahan Artillery 44 of the Army of the Islamic Republic of Iran , Isfahan Martyrs Department, National Library of Iran, Operational Reports Center for the Fourteenth Imam Hussein Army, Isfahan Province Sacred Defense Values ​​Preservation and Publishing Foundation, Hamishehaye Noor Institute, Isfahan Province Art Department, Isfahan Provincial Cultural Heritage Organization, Saheb Alzaman Guardian Corps, Najaf Ashraf Eighth Division, Isfahan Steel Company, Esfahan Mobarakeh Steel Company , Isfahan Trenchers Association (Jihad Organization), Museums and Documents Center of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, the Organization of Libraries, Museums and Documents Center of Astan Quds Razavi and Iranian Local History Society.

 



 
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