Davar Ardalan: ‘My Name is Iran’

with Reza Aslan

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USC Center on Public Diplomacy Master's Program Chair Nicholas Cull conducted an interview with Davar Ardalan, Author of My Name is Iran. A discussion and Q&A on U.S. - Iran relations and potential measures for public diplomacy with Ardalan, Cull, and Reza Aslan, USC Center on Public Diplomacy Fellow and author of No god But God.

This event was co-sponsored by the Iranian Graduate Student Association of USC.





Davar Ardalan is a Senior Producer at NPR's Morning Edition. In February 2004, in a three-part NPR series and American RadioWorks documentary, she traced Iran's struggle for a lawful society along with her own personal journey between Iran and America.




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