A veteran translator and journalist shares his thoughts on history and how the past should be viewed.
IFP: The Tehran International Book Fair is well underway in its new home at Shahr-e Aftab (Sun City) south of the capital, Tehran. Visitors...
In a ceremony held on Sunday, July 3, in the central Iranian city of Qom, the world’s largest and most valuable Quran was unveiled.
Face to Face with Asghar Farhadi, a book by Esmaeil Mihandoust, offers a vivid portrait of the renowned Oscar-winning Iranian film director.
The result of 14 long years of efforts by a large number of researchers comes out in the form of The Comprehensive History of Iran.
Amos Bertolacci from Scuola Normale Superiore University visited the Malek National Library and Museum, and studied the oldest version of Shifa’, the immortal work of Avicenna.
Sixty-five publishing companies from around the world will showcase their latest offerings at the 29th Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) during May.
Prominent Shiite thinker Mostafa Mohaghegh Damad expounds on his book on the so-called holy ignorance.
A long lost library book, ironically titled Forty Minutes Late, finally made its way back to its rightful home after a century.
Representatives of the Vatican proposed on several occasions to buy it from Tabriz Library and were ready to offer a blank check in return, Manuchehr Jafari said.