The relationship between historiography and power in Ismaili discourse
A case study of the Fatimid government
The relationship between historiography and power in Ismaili discourse A case study of the Fatimid government

Ali Babaei Siab

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, , Pages 33-54

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42231.1640

Abstract
  Ismaili historiography differs fundamentally differ from the prevailing current of traditional historiography in that it emphasises its own theoretical philosophy in some aspects such ...  Read More
Maṯālīb-Negārī in Islamic East
Maṯālīb-Negārī in Islamic East

Hossein Azizi

Volume 31, Issue 28 , December 2021, , Pages 153-184

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.40899.1615

Abstract
  This study aims to examine various sarcasms and invectives of the Islamic East in a documentary and library method with a historical, analytical, and critical approach. The historical ...  Read More
A Thematic Analysis of Kharijite Narretives of the Umayyad Era (41-132) in the Historical Sources of the Companions of Hadith
A Thematic Analysis of Kharijite Narretives of the Umayyad Era (41-132) in the Historical Sources of the Companions of Hadith

Mohamadhosein Kazemi; Zahra Rooholahiamiri

Volume 31, Issue 28 , December 2021, , Pages 185-209

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2022.40760.1613

Abstract
  The present study attempts to answer the question "What themes do the Hadith Companions present to the audience in recording the Kharijite narretives?" by understanding the value of ...  Read More
The Study and Analysis of Ideas of Continuation of Iranian-Islamic Identity Trend in the History of Giti Gosha
The Study and Analysis of Ideas of Continuation of Iranian-Islamic Identity Trend in the History of Giti Gosha

Zoleikha Amini

Volume 31, Issue 27 , August 2021, , Pages 31-52

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.36681.1540

Abstract
  Identifying the position and place of "self and otherness" to characterize the continuation of the process of "Iranian-Islamic" identity in the thought of Nāmī Isfahani, historian ...  Read More
The relationship between memoir and reality
The relationship between memoir and reality

Somayeh Abbasi

Volume 31, Issue 27 , August 2021, , Pages 131-151

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2022.37123.1550

Abstract
  According to the definitions of experts, the place of written memoirs is among the primary and important news sources in historiography. The historical study of the formation process ...  Read More
An Analysis about Historiography and Historical Perspective of Hazin Lahiji
An Analysis about Historiography and Historical Perspective of Hazin Lahiji

Mohsen Lotfabadi

Volume 31, Issue 27 , August 2021, , Pages 235-259

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.30130.1419

Abstract
  Although Hazin Lahiji is known as a poet, part of his fame comes from his history books. Between his various books, there is two books in the field of history that reveal his approach ...  Read More
Anachronism and Doxa Attitude in Dr. Nasser Takmil Homayoun’s Historiography
Anachronism and Doxa Attitude in Dr. Nasser Takmil Homayoun’s Historiography

Yaghoub Khazaei

Volume 30, Issue 26 , December 2020, , Pages 89-107

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.35717.1514

Abstract
  The present article examines the writings of Dr. Nasser Takmil Homayoun, a prominent contemporary historian and sociologist, with a special emphasis on his works in the Qajar period. ...  Read More
Again Look at Dr. Haeri’s Achievements
(Critique of the Book of  Life,  Works and Historical Thoughts of Dr. Abdul Hadi Haeri)
Again Look at Dr. Haeri’s Achievements (Critique of the Book of Life, Works and Historical Thoughts of Dr. Abdul Hadi Haeri)

Alireza Mollaiy Tavani

Volume 30, Issue 26 , December 2020, , Pages 239-263

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.35166.1502

Abstract
  Abdolhadi Haeri is one of the famous figures of contemporary Iranian historians, whose power and Thought heritage has impressed a direct and Stable impact on Iranian historical knowledge. ...  Read More
Explaining ʿAbbās Zaryāb Khoii’s Historiography Components
Explaining ʿAbbās Zaryāb Khoii’s Historiography Components

Yaghoub Panahi; Asghar Montazeralghaem; Mohammad Ali Chelongar; Sayyed Hashem Aghajari

Volume 30, Issue 25 , August 2020, , Pages 99-121

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.22799.1279

Abstract
  In the new centuries, human beings' intellectual progress and the insightful and methodical developments of various sciences also made the thinkers in history redefine this knowledge's ...  Read More
An Analysis of Sharafkhan Badlisi's Approach to Historical Perspective and Historiography in Sharafnameh
An Analysis of Sharafkhan Badlisi's Approach to Historical Perspective and Historiography in Sharafnameh

Zekrola Mohammadi; Kyoumars Feizi

Volume 30, Issue 25 , August 2020, , Pages 269-295

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.28380.1393

Abstract
  Local histories are one of the most basic forms of Iranian-Islamic historiography that, along with various types of history, help understand the past developments. Among such works ...  Read More
Gregory Yeghikian’s Historiographical Method and Standpoint in the Soviet Union and Jangal (Jungle) Movement
Gregory Yeghikian’s Historiographical Method and Standpoint in the Soviet Union and Jangal (Jungle) Movement

Abbas Panahi

Volume 29, Issue 24 , December 2019, , Pages 43-64

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2020.28981.1404

Abstract
  According to methods and standpoints, most accounts written by Jangali worriers or eyewitnesses to this movement are categorized as those supporting or rejecting the movement. Yeghikian, ...  Read More
Analysis of Local Historiography of Post-Constitutional Iran (1324-1336 AH)
Analysis of Local Historiography of Post-Constitutional Iran (1324-1336 AH)

Rasoul Mazaheri; Soheila Torabi Farsani; Shokoh Arabi Hashemi

Volume 29, Issue 24 , December 2019, , Pages 213-230

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2020.30380.1422

Abstract
  The local historiography of the Qajar period changed under the influence of this period's political and social developments. This study examined three indicators in 6 works of local ...  Read More
The Effect of Nationalist Discourse on the Representation of Ancient Iran in the New Historiography of the Qajar Period (A Case Study of Khosravan's Book by Jalal al-Din Mirza Qajar)
The Effect of Nationalist Discourse on the Representation of Ancient Iran in the New Historiography of the Qajar Period (A Case Study of Khosravan's Book by Jalal al-Din Mirza Qajar)

Mohammad Amir Ahmadzade; Mohammad Niazy

Volume 29, Issue 23 , July 2019, , Pages 9-31

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.24484.1320

Abstract
  The first effects of the nationalist discourse and the attempt to formulate a suitable history of it began from the middle of the Qajar dynasty (early Nasserid period) in Iran. For ...  Read More
An Event, A Historian, Three Narrations: A Critical Analysis of Kasravi's Narratives of the Uprising of Sheikh Mohammad Khaybani
An Event, A Historian, Three Narrations: A Critical Analysis of Kasravi's Narratives of the Uprising of Sheikh Mohammad Khaybani

Esmail Hassanzadeh

Volume 29, Issue 23 , July 2019, , Pages 97-117

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.22821.1281

Abstract
  Post-Constitutional uprisings are a good subject for different, conflicting and sympathetic comments and narratives of political activists and observers. Each of them has looked at ...  Read More
Historiography of Makki: Political Agency, Heroism and its Relationship with Profession of Historiography
Historiography of Makki: Political Agency, Heroism and its Relationship with Profession of Historiography

Yaghoub Khazaei

Volume 29, Issue 23 , July 2019, , Pages 119-136

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.23287.1295

Abstract
  Seyyed Hossein Makki is an active political activist who has believed in the hero's theory in the history. The present study examines relationship of Makki's political action with his ...  Read More
Analysis of the Comparison of Historiographical Components in the History of Diyarbakiriyah and Alam Aray e Amini by Reflecting the Fiction Question
Analysis of the Comparison of Historiographical Components in the History of Diyarbakiriyah and Alam Aray e Amini by Reflecting the Fiction Question

Moslem Soleimanian

Volume 29, Issue 23 , July 2019, , Pages 185-210

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.23430.1297

Abstract
  Understanding historical events without knowing the thought behind the events is not possible. The understanding is based on the understanding of the historian's knowledge and insight, ...  Read More
Abdolhossein Khatoon Abadi's Historiography and its Differences and Innovations
Abdolhossein Khatoon Abadi's Historiography and its Differences and Innovations

Maghsoud Ali Sadeghi

Volume 29, Issue 23 , July 2019, , Pages 211-233

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.24683.1327

Abstract
  Abdolhossein Khatoon Abadi has created a completely "general" history in the writing of the Vaghaye’ al-Senin va al-A’vam, which is not only in terms of public time but ...  Read More
Reinventing the Self:
A Philosophical Encounter with the Historiography of Cultural Identity
Reinventing the Self: A Philosophical Encounter with the Historiography of Cultural Identity

Hossein Mesbahian

Volume 29, Issue 23 , July 2019, , Pages 255-274

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.25018.1334

Abstract
  In addressing identity, many commentators have primarily focused on three types of associations: by land (shared history, geography, state); by blood (shared ethnicity, race); and/or ...  Read More
Stance of Historiography for the Public in Bastani Parizi View, an Analytical Prospect
Stance of Historiography for the Public in Bastani Parizi View, an Analytical Prospect

Zohreh Rezaii; Fereydoon Allahyari; Aliakbar Jafari

Volume 28, Issue 22 , December 2018, , Pages 61-83

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2019.20249.1218

Abstract
  Following commence of the Age of Enlightenment and socio-political modifications in Europe, historiography underwent fundamental changes. One of the most highlighted approaches in modern ...  Read More
Analysis of  Historiography of Jahangir Mirza Qajar in the
Analysis of Historiography of Jahangir Mirza Qajar in the "Tarikh-e Now"

Mohammad Reza Nazeri; Abbas Sarafrazi

Volume 27, Issue 20 , October 2017, , Pages 29-54

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2018.9428.1039

Abstract
  One of the social groups of the Qajar era, which played a significant role in the writing of historical works, are Qajar princes. One of these princes who, despite being blind, wrote ...  Read More
An Approach to History from the Viewpoint of Philosophy of History of Zoroastrianism
An Approach to History from the Viewpoint of Philosophy of History of Zoroastrianism

Esmaeil Sangari; Alireza Karbasi

Volume 27, Issue 20 , October 2017, , Pages 55-77

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2018.19391.1200

Abstract
  Many intellectual schools in the world, either philosophical or religious, have presented special interpretation and approach in the concept of history and time. Therefore, various ...  Read More
The Phases of Historiography of Iran-Iraq War in the West
The Phases of Historiography of Iran-Iraq War in the West

Mahbobeh Shamshirgarha

Volume 27, Issue 20 , October 2017, , Pages 109-131

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2018.3577

Abstract
  The historiography of Iran-Iraq war in the West, started shortly after the start of the battle, by the experts and strategists .It has been continued with remarkable gains through more ...  Read More
Nasrollah Falsafi and Iran's New Historiography
Nasrollah Falsafi and Iran's New Historiography

Nasrollah Pourfayyaz; Alireza Alisoufi; Dariush Rehmanian

Volume 27, Issue 19 , May 2017, , Pages 31-54

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2018.14636.1324

Abstract
   The arrival of new science to Iran and its influence on the Iranian civilization and culture can be viewed hrough , several angles and areas. Nasrallah Falsafi  a historian, ...  Read More
A Reflection on the Position of a Global Approach to Islamic Historiography
A Reflection on the Position of a Global Approach to Islamic Historiography

Abolfazl Razavi; Mehdi Salah

Volume 26, Issue 18 , December 2016, , Pages 25-42

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2017.7545.1010

Abstract
  Islam, as a universal religion, had a particular interest in history, and this was important in the flourishing of Islamic historiography. The historical conditions governing the Islamic ...  Read More
The Reflection of Changes in religious views on Public Histories in Safavid Era
The Reflection of Changes in religious views on Public Histories in Safavid Era

Badr al-Sadat Alizadeh Moghaddam

Volume 26, Issue 18 , December 2016, , Pages 71-88

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2017.12813.1103

Abstract
  Historiography in every era is the complete mirror of that era. One of the brightest eras in Iran history is Safavid era. In this era, Iran history was involved with the greatest changes ...  Read More