Friday, 27 November 2015 18:13

Social Change in Iran through the Perspective of Persian Historiography: Bal’ami to Jovayni

   The science of history as the ability to reread the past experiences of human beings has perceived the attention of many intellectuals. In other words, history is one of the critical origins of the modern fields of science. Time, the main concern of the science of history, is one…
Sunday, 19 July 2015 02:21

Continuity of Iranian Identity in the Medieval Times

The Persians by Gene R. Garthwaite[1]  addresses the history of Iran from the Achaemenians (c.550-331 BC) up to 2003. In the introduction Garthwaite specifies that the term of Persia and Persians are as much metaphorical notions that can not be easily categorized: “Generally speaking Persia/Persians is used in the United…
Saturday, 02 August 2014 21:20

The Historian at Work in “Persian Historiography”

To study historiography with respects to other sciences is one of the main concerns of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary studies. History and Literature as two integrated disciplines have brought their approaches in “Persian Historiography” to propose new problems about the historians and their works.  “A History of Persian Literature” supervised by…

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