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Seif-e Azad and Racial Historical Perspective Based on Aryanism
Seif-e Azad and Racial Historical Perspective Based on Aryanism

Hossein Abadian

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 11-31

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.43625.1666

Abstract
  This article criticizes the origins and results of Aryanism theory in the historical perspective of Iran, which is based on racial superiority, and also discusses the motivations for ...  Read More
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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
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Representation of Iraqi military violence in memoirs of Iranian prisoners of war/holy defens
Representation of Iraqi military violence in memoirs of Iranian prisoners of war/holy defens

Abdolrahman Hassanifar; Alireza Mollaiy Tavany; Saeed Najjar

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 55-79

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.36731.1542

Abstract
  Iraq,s failures on the front lines of the war against Iran on the one hand, and the violence of the Iraq's Baathist government, on the other hand, have led that the government of this ...  Read More
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The presocratic philosophical legacy of ancient Greece and its influence on Zoroastrian eschatology
The presocratic philosophical legacy of ancient Greece and its influence on Zoroastrian eschatology

Sayyed Toufiq Hosseini

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 81-103

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42183.1639

Abstract
  The Gathas, as Zoroaster's own compositions, contain the oldest eschatological material, describing a picture of the future with a clear vision of the victory of right over wrong. The ...  Read More
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An introduction to the thematic and native periodization of Iran's history
An introduction to the thematic and native periodization of Iran's history

Hassan Hazrati

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 105-133

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.43510.1663

Abstract
  The main problem of the current research is whether it is possible to present an indigenous periodization of the history of Iran in addition to the European-oriented periodization. ...  Read More
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Sourceology of Ctesias' Persica: in search of Iranian sources
Sourceology of Ctesias' Persica: in search of Iranian sources

Roozbeh Zarrinkoob; Ali Ramezan Damavandi

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 135-157

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42885.1652

Abstract
     The issue of Iranian sources used by Ctesias has always been disputed in the last two centuries. These sources can be study divided into two groups: written and narrative. ...  Read More
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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
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Interdisciplinary History and its Position in Historical researches
Interdisciplinary History and its Position in Historical researches

Somayeh Abbasi; Hashem Malekshahi

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 183-220

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.41535.1626

Abstract
  Proponents of "interdisciplinary history" argue that the  exploratory-descriptive approach as the main method in historical research in Iran is no longer capable of answering  ...  Read More
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Refusal of the sources and the problem of invention:
 A case study on how to reconstruct the life of subaltern groups in New Cultural History
Refusal of the sources and the problem of invention: A case study on how to reconstruct the life of subaltern groups in New Cultural History

Mohammad Javad Abdollahi

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 221-243

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42589.1647

Abstract
  The culture of the subaltern class is largely oral and so the lack of direct documents on the behavior and attitudes of the lower class in the past has become the most important ...  Read More
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The pathology of Literature review in historical studies
(Case study: master theses in the field of history)
The pathology of Literature review in historical studies (Case study: master theses in the field of history)

Sohayb Mohammadi Nosodi; Mohammad-Taghi Imanpour

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, Pages 245-272

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42829.1649

Abstract
  Every research work is based previous researches and works and basically, the purpose of some research works is to supplement and fill the blind spots of previous works. Therefore, ...  Read More
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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
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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
A Comparative Study of the History of Pishdadian in the Jami’ al-tawarikh and the Majma’ al-tawarikh
A Comparative Study of the History of Pishdadian in the Jami’ al-tawarikh and the Majma’ al-tawarikh

Mohamad Reza Ghiasian

Volume 30, Issue 26 , December 2020, , Pages 179-204

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2021.35580.1511

Abstract
  Among the numerous chronicles that have narrated the history of the Pishdadian during the Ilkhanid period, Rashid al-Din’s Jami‘ al-tawarikh has unique features that are ...  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
The Factors behind Attention of Historians to Hafiz Shirazi's Poetry and Its Function in Historical Resources (From Timurid Empire to Qajar Dynasty 14-19 Ad)
The Factors behind Attention of Historians to Hafiz Shirazi's Poetry and Its Function in Historical Resources (From Timurid Empire to Qajar Dynasty 14-19 Ad)

Mohammad Keshavarz Beyzai

Volume 29, Issue 24 , December 2019, , Pages 189-211

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2020.27225.1373

Abstract
  Poetry, an effective and useful medium, has had a wide-spread presence in Islamic Iranian historiography texts and has taken various narrative functions. Hafiz is our historical and ...  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
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

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