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ladjevar@fas.harvard.edu

Sitting with a statesman
Oral history: Mahmoud Foroughi
April 29, 2004

My friend was wrong
Memoirs of a senior ayatollah
February 25, 2002

Serving His Majesty
A former prime minister speaks of the Pahlavi era
January 31, 2000

Serving His Majesty
A former prime minister speaks of the Pahlavi era
January 31, 2000

Lunch with Khomeini
How a former SAVAK chief saved the ayatollah's life
December 3, 1998

Too much, too fast
... and too many mistakes. The Shah's budget director looks back
August 3, 1998

Different times, different styles
A tribal leader's memoirs
April 7, 1998



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Habib Ladjevardi has been the director of the Iranian Oral History Project at Harvard University since 1981. Born in Tehran, he grew up in Scarsdale, N.Y., and was educated at the Yale Engineering School and the Harvard Business School. Dr. Ladjevardi returned to Iran in 1963 and began work as personnel manager in his family's business. Subsequently he was responsible for founding the Iran Center for Management Studies in Tehran, where he taught until 1976. He also served on a number of boards and councils in the private and public sectors. Dr. Ladjevardi received his Ph.D. from the University of Oxford in 1981. To top

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