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Welcome to Keyvan Tabari’s website. Here you will find the following categories of writings by him:

Travel Writings

Life Considered

Jurisprudence

International Law

Please leave a comment after reading.

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    • kija
    • July 29th, 2011

    what a nice , user friendly site. I finally got a chance to browse through it.
    Kija

    • Ahmad Mohyee
    • August 12th, 2012

    Great site with interesting and useful informaiton!

    Ahmad

    • Kita
    • August 10th, 2013

    This is a fantstic site. We have enjoyed reading most of the writings. Thank you Keyvan. Manou

      • Dorreh Mirheydar
      • September 18th, 2013

      It’s a fantastic site.

    • Cristina
    • October 5th, 2013

    I’m really enjoying your articles – especially about your travels in France and Italy.
    -Cristina

  1. What a great endeavor, Keyvan. I’m glad you’re doing this. Such insightful essays from many years of thought-provoking experiences.

    • Dodie Tabari
    • February 3rd, 2016

    Enjoyed reading your latest article. Very thorough and interesting. Oregon Shakespeare Festival example was a great idea.

    • kevin simmons
    • October 20th, 2016

    Dear Keyvan,

    We met somewhat recently at the ACT Cabaret night. I mentioned two poets you might like and they are Li-Young Lee (Little Father, The Gift, and This Hour and What is Dead are favorites) and Naomi Shihab Nye, a Palestinian-Texan woman of great sympathy and interest.

    Your site is truly a great gift. “That which is personal becomes universal” is a pet saying of mine; you have achieved this here. I’ve looked at some of the Rumi (the erudition is well beyond my limited Western palette), a few of the travel pieces (I was impressed by exactly the same “banished” scene and emphasis in seeing the Ashland R&J and said so to my friends and daughter), and some of the Iranian constitutionality piece (my Civics students have just finished writing “country reports” on selected middle-eastern governments, so I was interested).

    Thank you for the witnessing, the scholarship, the humanism, and the company! And the photos…

    Best regards,

    Kevin

  2. Continue to read and enjoy your essays!!

    Find your pieces both informative and pleasant to read.
    Carry on my friend!
    -BFarschi

  3. I love my early morning coffee and reading Kayvan’s awesome travel logs! after every new article, I end up wanting to go see it all for myself.

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