Nicole Greenfield: In the current issue of the Columbia Journalism Review, Bill Berkeley encourages us to really get to know Iran — not through the American media, but rather through a new group of books by Persian-speaking journalists and scholars which “shed valuable light on a country that has long been prone to journalistic caricature.” “Know Thine Enemy” — a combination of personal narrative, book review, and media criticism — makes a strong case for seeking out alternate resources for information on Iran by disproving certain well-known stereotypes with examples from the books. Although Berkeley dwells a little too long on criticizing a book covering the same topic as his own forthcoming book, his piece is powerful and should motivate us to discover these authors who can teach us more about Iran than the American media could ever hope to.