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Armenian Communities of Persia/Iran
History, Trade, Culture
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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Armenian-Iranian interactions date back to the depths of antiquity. At times, Armenia and Iran were friends and allies, even sharing common dynasties, and at other times fierce and unrelenting adversaries. Whatever their political relationship may have been,...

$49.00
Armenians in Bulgaria
by Takuhi Tavityan
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This book is a study of the identity and historical memory of the Armenian community in Bulgaria. From an innovative research perspective it presents an analysis of various events and people who have been remembered by the Armenians in Bulgaria - from the...

$45.00
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This book adopts a thematic and comparative approach to shed light on the antagonism of these two nations. Its first part deals with the Armenian and Azerbaijani self-representation of their nations’ identity and historical territory. This is the core of...

$55.00
From Columbus to Churchil
by S. M. Ghazanfar (Editor), Robert Eddy (Co-Editor)
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This edited volume presents a collection of essays on what scholars have called the “darker side” of some prominent Western historical figures. It is argued that our heroes are so firmly canonized for their “unquestioned greatness” that the discordant...

$35.00
Living, Loving Iran
by James F. Goode
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In 1968, James Goode became a Peace Corps Volunteer assigned to teach English in the small, isolated town of Tuyserkan in western Iran. For three years he was drawn into daily life, losing sight of any larger purpose, focusing instead on day-to-day...

$35.00
Nigāristān: A Facsimile Edition.
by Gregory Maxwell Bruce
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Nigāristān (compiled 1334-5) is a major work of Persian wisdom literature. Its author, Mu‘īn al-Dīn Juvainī, was in the employ of the Ilkhanate vizier and patron of Persian letters, Ġhiyāṡ al-Dīn Muḥammad at the court of the Ilkhan Abu Sa‘īd. The date of the...

$250.00
Persia is My Homeland
Compiled, Transcribed and Co-Edited by David Malcolm McDowell with Introduction, Notes, and Co-Edited by Thomas Miller Ricks, Ph.D.
by Sarah Evans Wright McDowell (1893 - 1981)
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The diaries, letters and essays are extraordinary and factual eyewitness accounts of Tabriz and Tehran’s social, military and political life in the tumultuous days and years of Iran’s Constitutional Revolution and Tabriz’s ten-month siege. She recounts the...

$45.00
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NEW AND EXPANDED INTRODUCTION. The book offers much rich new material in the field of Iranian iconography, including bold metaphysical speculations on the theme of light metal work and pottery, in-depth studies of the meanings associated with various...

$55.00
The New Verse
Cover by Sohrab Sepehri (Gouache on paper, 69 x 50 cm., 1339/1960).
by Geoffrey Squires
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The ‘new verse’ in Iran was initiated by Nima Yushij in the early decades of the 20th century. It constituted a sharp break in both content and form from the centuries-old traditions of Persian poetry. During the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s, and despite political...

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The Safavid State
by Willem Floor
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This study shows that there was a shift in political and military power in the Safavid state, for which the basis was laid in the mid-16th century. The shift itself was formalized after 1590 through the reforms initiated by `Abbas I. The changes took three...

$55.00