توضیحات دانشگاه دورهام انگلستان درباره سمینار برگزار شده با همکاری سفارت ایران

فوریه 3, 2010

در روزهای اخیر سمیناری با همکاری مرکز مطالعات ایرانی دانشگاه دورهام انگلستان و رایزن فرهنگی جمهوری اسلامی  با موضوع » مذهب و سیاست در ایران پس از انقلاب» برگزار شد. (لینک). خبر عدم حضور دکتر همایون کاتوزیان، استاد دانشگاه ، به این سمینار برای اولین بار در این وبلاگ منتشر شد (لینک). دکتر کاتوزیان سپس در مصاحبه با خبرگزاری جرس علت عدم حضور خود را حضور رایزن سفارت در این نشست غیر سیاسی اعلام کرد (لینک). انتشار خبر همکاری دانشگاه دورهام و مرکز مطالعات ایرانی این دانشگاه با رایزنی فرهنگی جمهوری اسلامی در وبلاگ ها و سایتهای خبری باعث شد تا مسولان مرکز مطالعات ایرانی دانشگاه دورهام  به طور مستقیم و غیر مستقیم در مورد همکاری با رایزن فرهنگی جمهوری اسلامی مورد پرسش و حتی اتهام قرار گیرند. دو تن از مدیران مرکز مطالعات ایرانی، دکتر رضا مولوی (پروفایل) و دکتر کالین ترنر(پروفایل)  با ارسال جوابیه ای توضیحاتی در مورد برگزاری این سمینار و هم چنین اتهامات مطرح شده علیه اعضای این مرکز بویژه دکتر احتشامی ارانه نمود اند.

در جوابیه دکتر رضا مولوی آمده است (متن کامل پاسخ دکتر مولوی به زبان انگلیسی می باشد که در پایین این یادداشت آمده است):

» همکاران مرکز مطالعات ایران به مانند شما از گفتگوهای دانشگاهی استقبال می کنند. امیدوارم شما به اهمیت گفتگو میان گروههایی با ایدئولوژی و دیدگاههای سیاسی متفاوت آگاه باشید، چرا که این نوع گفتمان از نوع گفتمان پویایی است که همکاران مرکز مطالعات ایرانی مشوق آن بوده اند.با وجود آنکه ما لزوما با دیدگاه های سیاسی و اجتماعی اشخاص و گروهها موافق نیستیم، تمایلی نداریم که از گفتگو درباره آن دیدگاهها پرهیز کنیم بلکه اعتقاد داریم  گفتگو های سازنده راه دستیابی به فهم متقابل و پیشرفت است.    بر این عقیده ایم که شایسته است که دیدگاه تمام گروهها را بدون استثنا کردن برخی باید شنید تا شناخت کامل و جامعی از موضوعات مورد بحث بدست آید.»

در جوابیه دکتر کالین ترنر به موضوع اتهامات مطرح شده به پرفسور احتشامی در بخش کامنتهای این وبلاگ اشاره شده و توضیحاتی درباره فعالیتهای دکتر احتشامی آمده است (متن کامل پاسخ دکتر ترنر به زبان انگلیسی می باشد که در پایین این یادداشت آمده است)  دکتر کالین ترنر می نویسد:

» اینجانب بیش از بیست سال است پروفسور انوشیروان شیروانی را می شناسم.  او کسی است که همواره در جبهه عدالت و دموکراسی و مردمان سرکوب شده ایستاده است. اینجانب و ایشان بسیار متعجب و نگرانیم که برخی از خوانندگان شما ایشان را حامی آقای احمدی نژاد و گروهشان دانسته اند، وی را متهم به بهره برداری مالی از طریق حکومت نموده اند و اتهامات بی اساس مشابهی را به وی وارد نموده اند. برای کسانی که با ایشان آشنا نیستند اشاره می کنم که نیم نگاهی به آثار مکتوب و مصاحبه های مطبوعاتی پرفسور احتشامی نشان می دهد ایشان از منتقدان صریح اللهجه حکومت بوده اند. ایشان رفتار حکومت را مصرانه و بشدت محکوم نموده اند و بارها بر اینکه نتایج انتخابات سال 2010 تقلب آمیز بوده است صحه گذاشته اند. در اینجا اجازه می خواهم تا بسیار شفاف و آشکار اعلام کنم پرفسور احتشامی هرگز هیچ گونه معامله اقتصادی و غیره با این حکومت و افراد مرتبط با آن نداشته است. «

توضیح نویسندگان وبلاگ : این وبلاگ از درج پاسخهای این دانشگاهیان محترم استقبال کرده و متن کامل آنها را که به زبان انگلیسی ارسال شده درج می نماید. تلاش شده است قسمتهای مهمتری از پاسخ ارسال شده به فارسی ترجمه شود، هرچندارئه  ترجمه دقیق و خوانایی از برخی از اصطلاحات و عبارات دشوار است. متن کامل پاسخ ها به انگلیسی بدین شرح است.

Dr Reza Molavi’s response

Dear Sirs,
The members of the Centre for Iranian Studies sincerely welcome academic discussion as you do. I hope you will appreciate the great importance of dialogue between groups with various ideologies and political theories; this kind of discourse is the essential requirement of the vibrant discourse which we seek to encourage within the Centre for Iranian Studies at Durham University.

Whilst we may not necessarily agree with individual or collective approaches to particular political and social issues, we do not wish to shy away from discussing them, and hope that by doing so, sustained dialogue may lead to understanding and progress. We believe that it is better to engage with all sides rather than excluding controversial voices to the detriment of a comprehensive understanding of the issues being discussed.

For your information, Dr. Helmi will not be one of the speakers at this event, and his organisation have not dictated the themes of the conference or the titles of the papers to be presented, which will be presented in a scholarly manner.

Yours sincerely

Dr Colin Turner’s response

As Co-Director of the Centre for Iranian Studies, University of Durham, I have been deeply shocked by the accusations made against the good name and academic integrity of my fellow Co-Director, Professor Anoush Ehteshami, in the correspondence relating to Durham’s ‘Culture and Politics’ seminar held on January 28th, 2010. I have known Professor Ehteshami for almost twenty years. He is a man who has always stood on the side of justice and democracy, and with oppressed people everywhere. Given this, I am as horrified as he is himself that some of your readers have referred to him as a supporter of Mr Ahmadinejad and his allies, standing to benefit materially from this regime, along with other unsubstantiated accusations. Precisely on what basis do they make these outrageous assertions? For nothing could be further from the truth. Those who know Professor Ehteshami will know what kind of a person he is. For those who don’t know him, even a cursory glance at his many writings and media interviews will soon reveal that he has been one of the regime’s most vociferous critics for many years. He has criticised the actions of the government robustly and consistently, and has gone on record more than once with the comment that the outcome of the June 2010 election was, in his opinion, fraudulent.

So let me state it clearly and categorically: Professor Ehteshami has had nothing to do with this government and has never had any dealings – financial or otherwise – with this regime in its entirety, or indeed with anyone associated with it. I would therefore be grateful if your readers would refrain from levelling such wild and damaging allegations against him – allegations which are in some cases not only defamatory and deeply upsetting but also potentially libellous. Those who are denigrating him in this way do not know him from Adam. Weblog talk is cheap, but its cost can be very expensive when bearing in mind the injuries it can cause.

Dr Colin Turner
Co-Director, CIS, University of Durham

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  1. پیام said

    متاسفانه عده ای فرصت طلب از اتفاقات بعد از انتخابات و بر سر زبان افتادن جنبش سبز و امثال آن دنبال گرفتن ماهی خود از این آب گل آلود هستند و کاری هم به بحث آکادمیک و مباحثه دانشگاهی ندارند. این گروه که در بحث علمی استعداد و توانی در خود نمی بینند به سرعت به سمت برچسب زدن به این و آن و این را نوکر و آن دیگری را جیزه خوار نامیدن می روند. البته مسموم کردن فضا با این حرفها خیلی راحت است و از هر بی عقلی بر می آید. مهم و دشوار کار عقلا است که باید بدون هیاهو و در فضای آرام مسائل را حل کنند. من شخصاً این رفتار شما در برچسب زدن و مسموم کردن فضا را تقبیح می کنم و امیدوارم روزی به این درک برسید که نفرت پراکنی مشکلی از شما حل نمی کند.

    • لطفا دقیقا اشاره نمایید در کدام یادداشت این وبلاگ و در کدام سطر و پاراگراف به کسی «برچسب» زده شده یا کسی «نوکر» و «جیره خوار» خطاب شده است. نوشتار اصلاح خواهد شد. پیشاپیش از اینکه به ما کمک می کنید تا از آنچه «نفرت پراکنی» نامیده اید جلوگیری کنیم از شما سپاسگزاریم.

  2. Dr Colin Turner said

    There are some members of the ‹Green Movement› who, quite rightly, oppose the Iranian government’s refusal to grant the right of freedom of expression. However, in opposing events such as the one which took place here in Durham last week, they are behaving in exactly the same repressive way as the authorities in Iran whom they oppose. Furthermore, I have received a number of emails denigrating us for receiving funding from a regime which, they claim, slaughters innocent teenagers. (A reference to the execution of the two young protesters last Thursday). However, these same people who denigrate us have absolutely no problem in accepting scholarships from the British Government – a government which has turned the slaughter of innocent teenagers in Iraq and Afghanistan into an art form. Before they accuse us of receiving what they term ‹blood money› from our Iranian funders, maybe they should look a little more closely at the source of their own funding as students in the UK, partcularly those who are in receipt of scholarships from the British government, as some of our detractors clearly are.

  3. Negar said

    دوستان عزیز، ممنون از چاپ توضیحات آقای (…) و (…) ، توضیحات آقای (…) بیشتر ثابت کرد که اتفاقاتی که در دانشگاه دورهام می‌افته باید با دقت بیشتری بررسی بشه ، ایشون در مطلبشون اشاره کردند که آقای حلمی ، نماینده فرهنگی دولت ایران در کنفرانس شرکت نکردند ، در صورتی‌ که دوست خود بنده که شخصاً از لندن برای حضور در کنفرانس شرکت کردند ، مشاهده کرده بودند که نماینده دولت نه تنها حضور داشته ، بلکه بیشتر از نیم ساعت از کرامت و ارزشهای احمدی‌نژاد صحبت کرده . تحقیقاتی‌ که من و دوستانم انجام دادیم ، نشان میدهد که آقای (…) ، تازه ۱ سال هست که موفق به اخذ مدرک شدند و هیچ سابقه آکادمیک و فرهنگی‌ ندارند ، با توجه به شواهد و اسناد ایشون یک واسطه تجاری هستند، مقیم اروپا ، که سالها هست با دولت ایران ارتباط نزدیک اقتصادی دارند ، و الان تحت عنوانه مرکز ایران شناسی‌ دارن راهکارهای تجاری خودشون را باز تر می‌کنن ، ما به کمک بعضی‌ دوستان ، دانشجویان و اساتید تلاش بر این داریم که گزارشی تحقیقی در مورد فعالیتهای غیر اکدمیک این دانشگاه و روابط این مرکز با سازمان ها‌ی مختلف تهیه کنیم ، و با در نظر گرفتن انصاف این گزارش به زودی در اینترنت به زبان فارسی و انگلیسی‌ چاپ خواهد شد ، و از اونجایی که دوستان ما در دانشگاه دورهام علاقه شگفت آوری به «گفتمان» دارند میتوانند از کردار و دستاوردهای خود دفاع کنن ، شایان ذکر هست ، ما نماینده هیچ حزب و جنبش خاصی‌ نیستیم و هدف ما صرفاً مبارزه با فساد آکادمیک هست ، ما که متشکل شده از دانشجوها و اساتید مقیم انگلستان هستیم از دگر اندیشی‌ و تکسر گرائی فرهنگی‌ مذهبی‌ و سیاسی حمایت می‌کنیم اما در چهار چوب اخلاقی‌ و قانونی‌ با استفاده از رسانه‌ها سعی‌ به شفاف سازی داریم ، مردم با در نظر گرفتن تحقیقات ما و مطالب دیگران به قضاوت خود خواهند رسید، جدا از دانشگاه دورهام ، مراکز دیگری هم در انگلستان هستند که به دقت باید تفحص و بررسی بشوند !

    • دوست عزیز، خانم نگار. از اینکه کامنت گذاشتید سپاسگزاریم. اما مجبوریم اسامی افراد را حذف کنیم تا کامنت شما قابل نمایش باشد. از اینکه محذوریت های ما را درک می کنید از شما سپاسگزاریم. خوشحال می شویم که مستندات شما را دریافت کرده و پس از اطمینان از صحت آن در این وبلاگ منتشر کنیم.

    • Dr Colin Turner said

      To Ms Negar I would say this: your friend was mistaken. Helmi spoke for no more than ten minutes, and didn’t mention Ahmadinezhad once. The person who did mention Ahmadinezhad was a British ‹professor› who had been invited at the last minute to replace Homa Katouzian. Unfortunately, this ‹professor› gave a talk which was completely non-academic – which is the one your friend probably picked up on. But Helmi’s address to the audience was extremely brief. So I’m afraid that your friend is giving you the wrong information. As for ‹exposing› the activities of Durham University, the past activities of our University and the CIS are completey open to scrutiny: they are a matter of public record for all to see.

      • Farhad said

        To Dr Colin Turner: with due respect I must say there is so much inconsistency and contradictions in your statements. First your friend Mr. Reza Molavi say that Mr Helmi has not participated in the conference at all, then we hear that he actually attended and addressed the audience . Then you come to say , yes he attended but only spoke for a brief time but a different praised Ahamdinejad !! It is quite interesting that you say this was an academic conference to encourage debate and now you admit this “professor” who praised Ahmadinejad was not academic !! If he was not academic why did you invite him to Durham University to praise a dictator? I am afraid I agree with Ms Negar , there must be a governmental inquiry ,perhaps a fair inquiry can shed light on what really is happening in your “university”!

    • پیام said

      خانم نگار به درستی گفتند که : «ما که متشکل شده از دانشجوها و اساتید مقیم انگلستان هستیم از دگر اندیشی‌ و تکسر گرائی فرهنگی‌ مذهبی‌ و سیاسی حمایت می‌کنیم»
      همانا که ایشان واقعاً هم با این برچسب زدن ها و مسموم کردن فضای دانشگاهی دارند «تکسر» گرایی می کنند. ای کاش کمی هم به «تکثر» گرایی اهمیت می دادند.

  4. Farhad said

    It is quite fascinating that Dr. Colin Turner , criticizes some people or students for receiving scholarships from the British government , in his opinion , they should not criticize the grave violation of human rights ,because they have received scholarship!! However, Dr Colin completely forgets the fact that all his life he has been receiving his salaries from the same government, all his life he has benefited from the same system , indeed, he is an integral part of the system and yet he criticizes people for being connected to it. Now he is very disappointed that people have criticized him for receiving «blood money» from Iran . I am afraid this is nothing less than hypocrisy ! Now people can judge !

    • Dr Colin Turner said

      I am not criticizing people for receiving scholarships from the British government; nor am I saying that they should not criticize the violation of human rights – something which I personally do all the time. What I am saying is that they are peculiarly selective in the causes they choose to champion. I was also pointing out their hypocrisy in telling us that *we* were in receipt of blood money when they too are receiving money which is just as tainted. If you cannot read my posts properly, do not try to critique them.

      • Roya Farazmand said

        Colin,

        It is apparent that you are quite curious about the ‹Green movement’. You correctly pointed out to some of the weaknesses of the ‹Green movement’. So, why not organising a seminar on strengths and weaknesses of the ‹Green movement› at Centre for Iranian studies. As you might be aware, comprehensive understanding the future of Iran is impossible unless you carefully study the ‹Green movement’. I am certain that a large number of independent and distinguished Iranian academics would be proud rather than ashamed to take part in such seminar without any financial expectation. Further, your keynote speaker would not cancel his speech in the fear of being associated with Iranian government. Then, you do not need to invite a professor who gives non-academic talk in praise of the most hated political figure in Iran.

        You may think that we are unnecessary hostile to Centre for Iranian studies. That is not true. The fact that many of Iranian academics such as Homa Katouzian and Azade Kian are reluctant to take part in an Iranian funded event stands for reason. Iranian government has explicitly showed that it has no respect for cultural and political discussions. I do not to remind you that Dr Katouzian and Dr Kian would have been probably in jail if they were about the give the same speech in Iran. For your information, the supreme leader of Iran has recently and publicly said that human sciences corrupt people’s mind because they are proposed by western universities! Therefore, it is crystal clear that Iranian government supported this event not for the sake of academic discussion. Rather, they are desperate for attention from reputable American and British Universities. Please do not fall for their anti western propaganda. They are desperately begging for approval from their imaginary enemies.

        I believe that there is now an opportunity for academic staff at Centre for Iranian studies to demonstrate their enthusiasm in studying Iran by holding a seminar on the post-election events and the emergence of ‹Green movement, albeit if they are not scarred of their Iranian funder.

        Good luck

        Roya

      • Farhad said

        if the money that students receive in the form of scholarship from the British government is “tainted” the salary that you receive from the same government must be even more tainted. Dr. Turner why so much inconsistency 

    • Dr Colin Turner said

      I have tried to respond to your post of 6th February regarding the apparent inconsistencies in what you claim as my statements. First of all,I never said that Helmi was not going to appear at the conference: that was a statement made by Dr Molavi. Although I cannot talk for him, I believe what he meant was that Helmi was not pencilled in to give a paper, which was indeed the case. Secondly, as far as I recall, Helmi did not mention or praise Ahmadinezhad: that was down to Professor Rodney Shakespeare, whom Helmi himself invited to the conference when Homa Katouzian pulled out. So there is no inconsistency in *my* statements, although you may see discrepancies between what I have written and what you construe from Dr Molavi’s post. And yes, the conference was intended to be academic: the fact that it turned out not be be was unfortunate, and hopefully will not be repeated. However, none of the speakers were invited by me, and I am only reporting on what I saw when I attended. I should also go on record as saying that I was initially in favour of pulling the plug on the conference after Homa Katouzian pulled out, knowing full well that the conference would degenerate into a one-sided affair, as was indeed the case. As for a government enquiry, that is, if I may say so, a rather bizarre suggestion to make. What goes on in our University is clear for all to see, as I have tried to explain. Next week, for example, Durham University is planning to allow two representatives of the BNP to take part in a public debate in the University Debating Society. This is part of the academic process here: to allow all viewpoints to be heard, and to be challenged if necessary. That there was no-one to challenge the speakers at the Iranian conference – apart from members of the audience – was unfortunate, but it was not by design.

      Finally, I would ask you to read my posts more carefully in future. There is nothing inconsistent in what I have said in any of my posts. If you find discrepancies between what I say and what Dr Molavi says, that is another issue. But I have said the same thing from the outset, with no contradiction or inconsistency, and to acccuse me of such is unfair.

  5. Dr Colin Turner said

    Firstly, I have to say that I did not invite any of the speakers who were present at the recent conference. When Homa Katouzian pulled out at the last minute, a substitute was invited – by the sponsors themselves – who was completely unsuitable; in fact, he was an embarrassment. Secondly, I am completely aware of the fact that conferences such as the one held last week are seen as propaganda opportunities by the Iranian regime, which is why I, as Co-Director, have taken steps to ensure in the future that we are not funded by the same sponsors again. However, I must add that in principle, I am not opposed to accepting funding from any sponsor so long as there are no strings attached, the themses of the conference are down to us to decide, and the decision remains with us as to whom we invite and whom we accept to speak. With regard to the conference last week, we were hoping for an arena in which speakers both ‹for› and ‹against› would be present. Unfortunately, with the withdrawal of Drs Katouzian and Kian, we were deprived of speakers who could have put very different views across.

    As for our ‹being scared of our Iranian funder’, nothing could be further from the truth. We do in fact receive funding from many different sources and not only ICRO. However, because of the negative feedback that this unfortunate event has generated, I have taken steps as Co-Director to sever all financial ties with ICRO or, indeed, any represntatives of the Iranian regime, at least for the foreseeable future. Discussions are also underway to call a moratorium on the discussion of current political events which are likely to cause the kind of problems witnessed over the past week. Indeed, I am not sure how we could continue to stage such events, given that people would pull out if they considered the subject to be inimical to their own interests or reputation, as happened with the event on 28th January.

    For example, I very much welcome your suggestion that we hold a workshop on the Green Movement, which is an extremely interesting socio-political phenomenon. However, I am pretty sure that even were we to fund the workshop ourselves, there is a possibility that we would not be able to attract speakers to give differing views from your own, and thus we would be open once more to the same kind of criticism that we have attracted over the past week, namely that we are biased towards one particular viewpoint, which – believe me – is not the case. We are academics first and foremost, and we pride ourselves on our dedication to open discussion and free speech. The fact that the 28th January conference was monopolised by pro-regime speakers was not by design but by force of circumstance, namely the withdrawal of our two main speakers.

    Bearing all of this in mind, it is our intention to re-orient the CIS -for the time being at least – to its original remit, which is discussion of the whole panoply of Iranian/Persian studies (history, culture, religion, art and architecture, archaeology, music, etc. ) rather than just the socio-political dynamics of contemporary Iran, which appears to have had a stranglehold on our agenda in recent years. We feel that this will help to defuse tension and misunderstandings that arise with regard to events such as the one held recently.

  6. امیر said

    دکتر ترنر که مشارکت با دولت ایران را موجب سرافکندگی می دانند و اصرار دارند که پروفسور احتشامی از دولت ایران پشتیبانی مالی دریافت نکرده آیا می توانند توضیح بدهند چرا اسم ساختمان مطالعات خاورمیانه دانشگاه دورهام «ساختمان القاسمی» است و آیا این اسم با مدرک دکترای «سلطان بن محمد القاسمی» حاکم شارجه که سال 99 از همین دانشگاه اخذ کرده نسبتی دارد یا نه؟ آیا دانشگاه دورهام از حاکم شارجه کمک و حمایت مالی دریافت داشته یا نه؟ و آیا دریافت کمک مالی از «سلطان» یک کشور کاملاً غیر دموکراتیک که هیچگونه انتخاباتی در آن برگزار نمی شود و با کارگران خارجی تقریباً مانند برده رفتار می کند بیشتر باعث سرافکندگی است یا دریافت حمایت از دولت ایران. در بدترین حالت این دوکار به یک اندازه موجب سرافکندگی باید باشند.

    • Dr Colin Turner said

      If we take your argument to its logical conclusion, then we should accept not accept money from any sponsor, including the British Government itself, which, as I have said on numerous occasions, has turned slaughter into an art form, both in Iraq and Afghanistan. And yes, it is this very British government itself from which I take my salary, even as I criticise it for its barbarism in the Middle East. If that makes me a hypocrite in your eyes, so be it; indeed, haqq hatman baa shomaa ast. The only alternative, of course, would be to become totally self-sufficient and depend on no-one – which is not possible for me – or to move to a country which is completely immune from accusations of corruption, tyranny or injustice. Do you know of such a country? No, neither do I. So the only alternative is to miminise the extent to which one becomes beholden to those who provide sponsorship for our activities. I have gone on record a number of times to say that I care little where our sponsorship comes from so long as we can be asbolutely sure – as sure as one can humanly be – that there are no strings attached and that the donor is not the one who is setting the agenda. In the case of Shaikh Sultan of Sharjah, he receives nothing in return for his donation apart from having his name on our building. He does not dictate the curriculum or oversee the syllabi; he does not ask for this or that to be taught and he does not interfere in the running of our establishment. The case of Iran, as friends here have pointed out, is quite different. Iranian money comes with strings attached, as we have found to our chagrin. When that happens, one can take steps either to minimise the ‹strings› or sever them altogether. This is a very different situation to the one that we have with Shaikh Al-Qasimi, and if you cannot tell the difference, then you are even more blinkered than your post suggests.

  7. Sina said

    It’s interesting how counter-arguments to the durham administration gets deleted on this weblog!You only know hot to preach freedom of speech i guess!!!!!

    • Sina,

      We have deleted those comments that used inappropriate language to accuse academic staff at Durham. Also, we unintentionally deleted a comment by one of our readers and unfortunately we were not able to bring it back. If you were the one who posted that comment, please accept our apology and post it again. We will be pleased to publish it.

  8. امیر said

    Two Iranian students arrested, two UK universities – two different reactions
    via http://www.guardian.co.uk on 6/25/10

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