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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,...

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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...

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Beta
by Haleh Hamedifar
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Although traditionally, writing memoirs, as this genre is understood in the Western world, especially women’s memoirs, has been relatively rare in Persian, since the latter years of the 20th century, an increasing number of women from various classes...

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Blue Logos
Translated from the Persian by M. R. Ghanoonparvar
by Shahrnush Parsipur
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"Blue Logos" is the second major work of prominent Iranian writer, Shahrnush Parsipur, to be published in an English translation. In this a magical tale, Parsipur engages the reader in Western and Eastern philosophy, art, literature, mythology,...

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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 seven prominent Western historical figures. It is argued that these figures are so firmly canonized for their “unquestioned greatness” that the darker side of the historical process is either...

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Inscriptions in Old Persian Cuneiform
Introduction by St John Simpson
by Ralph Norman Sharp
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Among the .proud remains and wonderful memorials of the ancient land of Iran/Persia are the palaces which the Achaemenian Kings built at Pasargadae and Persepolis of massive polished stones in an incomparable manner. Each one of these splendid buildings, the...

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Iranian Cities in Persian Fiction
by M. R. Ghanoonparvar
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Every city has its own identity. In the same way that the identity of the people of a city influences and determines the identity of...

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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...

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Metaphor and Allegory in Tanavoli’s Art.
The Artist as the Unifying Principle in a Fragmented Universe.
by Abbas Daneshvari
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This book’s intent is to forge a closer connection between the aesthetical and theoretical aspects of Parviz Tanavoli’s sculptures. So far, and understandably so, the aesthetic of his art has been at the forefront of most studies. Yet, the philosophical...

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Of Serpents and Dragons in Islamic Art
New and Expanded Edition. First in paperback.
by Abbas Daneshvari
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PLEASE NOTE: Hardcover is out of print. Please order this softcover edition. In the medieval Muslim world, the dragon was the most frequently represented fabulous beast. This applied across styles and media and in both sacred and secular contexts. Yet its...

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