From  Āl-iʿOt̲h̲mān to the Ottoman Empire: Historiographical Nomenclature
From Āl-iʿOt̲h̲mān to the Ottoman Empire: Historiographical Nomenclature

Mahdi Ebadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2024.46725.1717

Abstract
  In current studies and texts, although the term “Ottoman Empire” is more commonly used to refer to the Ottomans, there seems to be some confusion about the name of this ...  Read More
The study of Māwardī 's historiographical opinions and thoughts in A’lām al-Nubuwwah
The study of Māwardī 's historiographical opinions and thoughts in A’lām al-Nubuwwah

Mohammad Amir Ahmadzadeh; Mahnaz Koohi

Volume 32, Issue 30 , November 2022, , Pages 13-32

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2024.45447.1693

Abstract
  Abul Ḥasan Ali b. Mohammad b. Ḥabib Basri Māwardī was one of the great Šafi'i jurists in the 4th and 5th Hijri centuries, who occupies an important place in the history ...  Read More
Reviewing and criticizing the opinions and arguments of Arab and Iranian historians about the name of the Persian Gulf
Reviewing and criticizing the opinions and arguments of Arab and Iranian historians about the name of the Persian Gulf

Alireza Kachuei; Yaser Qazvini Haeri

Volume 32, Issue 30 , November 2022, , Pages 253-281

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2024.45446.1694

Abstract
  Based on historical and contemporary maps as well as historical and geographical Greek, Latin, Arabic and Persian texts, the name "Persia" has been used throughout history to refer ...  Read More
The Investigation of Sufism Concepts Marginalization in
 Sheikh Sadouq's al-Amali
The Investigation of Sufism Concepts Marginalization in Sheikh Sadouq's al-Amali

Leyla Najafian Razavi; Mohammad Navidfar

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, , Pages 273-298

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.40684.1612

Abstract
  Sheikh Sadouq's important journey was 367 AH in Neyshabour. He lived in this city and conducted some Hadith meetings for more than a year. These meetings were hardly noticed by other ...  Read More
Investigating how the Battle of Badr is reflected in the texts of the English-speaking orientalists of the Victorian period
Investigating how the Battle of Badr is reflected in the texts of the English-speaking orientalists of the Victorian period

Yasaman Yari

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, , Pages 299-317

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.43522.1664

Abstract
  TitleThe concept of Islam, the religion of the sword, has many adherents in the world today. A Much of this thought was created by early Islamic historians. These writers placed great ...  Read More
Typology of new Ismaili studies and The necessity of research in their historiography
Typology of new Ismaili studies and The necessity of research in their historiography

Ali Babaei Siab

Volume 31, Issue 28 , December 2021, , Pages 15-37

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2022.39317.1595

Abstract
  New research in the field of Ismaili history and its sources, especially after the first decades of the 20th century has had an upward trend, which continues to this day. This progress ...  Read More
Discourse Analysis of Traditionalism and Historical Perspectives in the Theoretical Foundations of Islamic Art
Discourse Analysis of Traditionalism and Historical Perspectives in the Theoretical Foundations of Islamic Art

Sediqeh Pourmokhtar; Morteza Afshari; Khashayar Ghazizadeh

Volume 31, Issue 28 , December 2021, , Pages 39-59

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2022.39236.1594

Abstract
  The various and sometimes divergent approaches and definitions in the study of Islamic art have made it difficult to study. Traditionalism and historical perspective, the two predominant ...  Read More
The position of the holy matter in the historiography of Medina and Iraq
The position of the holy matter in the historiography of Medina and Iraq

Yosof Headarnejad

Volume 31, Issue 28 , December 2021, , Pages 81-100

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.41879.1632

Abstract
  Sanctity is an important and influential factor in creating a multifaceted character in Muslim historiography. One of the main aspects of sanctity is the connection between myth-history ...  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