The approach and narration of historians of the Afshariya period towards the Safavid dynasty
The approach and narration of historians of the Afshariya period towards the Safavid dynasty

Ali Salarishadi

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, , Pages 159-182

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42870.1651

Abstract
  Official historians are often part of the government and their writings reflect the views and policies of the ruling system. They usually try to present a narrative that is consistent ...  Read More
Ibn al-Athir and the Arabic Maghreb and Andalusia resources
Ibn al-Athir and the Arabic Maghreb and Andalusia resources

Ali Salarishadi

Volume 27, Issue 20 , October 2017, , Pages 5-28

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2018.12708.1099

Abstract
       Land of the Arabic Maghreb and Andalusia are parts of the land of the famous Traditional Islamic world. These areas have been deeply influenced by Islam and ...  Read More
Position and Relation of Ilkanid Historians Toward Ibn al-Athir : Conflict and Contradiction
Position and Relation of Ilkanid Historians Toward Ibn al-Athir : Conflict and Contradiction

Ali Salarishadi

Volume 25, Issue 15 , September 2015, , Pages 35-60

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2016.2409

Abstract
  Ibn al-Athir, renowned historian and author of al-Kamil, was a contemporary of the Mongol invasion in his last two decades life. He is perhaps the first reporter of the horrendous Mongol ...  Read More
A Glimpse of the Works and Traditions of Seif ien Omar Tamimi Assadi (death c. 180 Hejri), with Emphasize on Tabari's History
A Glimpse of the Works and Traditions of Seif ien Omar Tamimi Assadi (death c. 180 Hejri), with Emphasize on Tabari's History

Ali Salarishadi

Volume 21, Issue 7 , April 2011, , Pages 25-44

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2014.849

Abstract
   At its first stage, the Islamic historiography began in the oral form by the narrators of news known as Akhbari Traditionalists. These traditionalists mostly lived during later ...  Read More
Research Methods of Narrators , From Narrative Era to Writing Era
Research Methods of Narrators , From Narrative Era to Writing Era

Ali Salarishadi

Volume 20, Issue 6 , November 2010, , Pages 49-79

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2014.843

Abstract
   Research method at any particular age is influenced by the socio-cultural condition of the society of the very period of time in which the research is being conducted .Affected ...  Read More