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Qais Akbar Omar (GRS’16), a graduate student in the Creative Writing Program, has published a much-praised memoir, A Fort of Nine Towers: An Afghan Family Story. He recalls how the violence and tumult of civil war jolted his family, who, despite losing relatives, their home, and possessions, continued to nurture his wish to attend a university.

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East Asian Archaeology Forum (EAAF) Lecture: Temple Style and Immigrant Identity

12:15 pm on Friday, November 16, 2012
1:30 pm on Friday, November 16, 2012
ICEAACH Library (650 Beacon St, 5th Floor, at the Kenmore "T" Station)
Prof. CHEN Fang-Mei (Graduate Institute of Art History, National Taiwan University) will present: "Temple Style and Immigrant Identity: A Look at the Stylistic Features of the Yinshan Temple in Tamsui, Taiwan, during the early 1800s." Refreshments will be served. **Support for the EAAF Lecture Series is provided by the Boston University Center for the Humanities.**