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From to she served as Curator for Eastern Hemisphere Collections at The Textile Museum and continues to pursue her research on patterns as the intersection of art and mathematics. Binbas is studying the Oghuz Khan narratives and their role in late medieval Islamic political discourse. His research interests centre on the history of musical thought and on musical analysis, especially analysis of sung poetry in Iran and elsewhere.
Nettl ed. He took graduate courses on Iranian Studies at Columbia University while completing his graduate work in engineering. His research interests include Iranian languages and dialects, Central Asia and the Caucasus, history of Persia and Eurasia.
Dr Boroujerdi's research interest is on the intellectual history of modern Iran. She received her first doctoral degree in from the Technical University, Dresden on the history of linear programming and her second doctoral degree in from Karl Marx University, Leipzig on history of number theory in Islamic societies 9thth centuries , followed in by a habilitation at the University of Leipzig.
She worked on history of mathematics, science and cartography in Islamic societies and Catholic, Protestant and secular societies in Europe in three major fields: transmission of ancient Greek mathematical texts; exchange of knowledge between Islamic societies and Catholic and Protestant societies; ancient sciences at institutions in Islamic societies.
Brooke and E. Imber, K. Kiyotaki, and R. Her current project is a study of selected musical and poetic texts of Persian-speakers in Australia. Huff ed.
Poems of the Orient
This book is a volume of transcribed oral histories, most of which she recorded in eastern Germany. Her research interests include Iranian and Central Asian musical and literary cultures, migration, the effects of past conflicts and current policies on displaced lives, disillusionment with revolution and other forms of political change, memory and humour.
His research interests include medieval Persian and Arabic lyric poetry, modern and medieval Persian prose writing, and women in the Qajar period. She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgetown University. Her research and writing focuses on clerical rhetoric and women's social movements within two religious traditions: Roman Catholicism and Shiite Islam. He has been the recipient of numerous research grants including a fellowship from the Council of American Overseas Research Centers.
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A specialist in the art and cultures of the late Roman Empire and Sasanian Iran, his present research focuses on cross-cultural interaction in the ancient world. Formerly he has worked in a research project at the Institut fuer Iranistik of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. Shaul Shaked, Hebrew University, associate editor. Alram and R. Gyselen, editor of vol.
V on Husraw II, together with M. Gyselen ed. His main research interests are the cultural history of Iran since the nineteenth century and Iran's relations with neighbouring countries and South Africa. His main research interests include the archaeology and art of pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia with a focus on the iconography of Mazdean divinities of the Sasanian period and Sogdiana during 5th-8th centuries. At present he is an active member of the group studying under the leadership of G.
Scarcia at Venice University Ca' Foscari, focusing on many aspects of Iranian culture during Islamic and especially pre-Islamic periods. Her current work focuses on subaltern responses to modernity in Iran. Her research interests encompass the development of literary genres and the focus of her current research is on the origin and development of Persian epics. She is also working on a digital library project researching Persian manuscripts. The project's aim is to catalogue and digitise one of the largest Middle Eastern manuscript collections in the United States for web publication.
His interests and research include the history of ancient Persia, Armenia, Zoroastrianism and Old and Middle Iranian languages.
Lerner and D. Her teaching interests centre on Persian and Arabic languages and literatures, comparative literature, and women's studies. Besides her academic duties, she has served as Chair of the Board, Ilex Foundation, since Bromberg, B. Goldman, P. Skjaervo, and A.
Hambly ed. Her research interests focus on aspects of modernisation in the early Pahlavi period with a dissertation topic on press politics under Reza Shah. Dr Dittmann's publications include 'Focusing Kabul.
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Inseln, Bruecken, Grenzen. Tagungsbericht und wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen des Garcin in His PhD dealt with the history of Isfahan and the transformation of the local society during the Turkish domination publication is forthcoming. His main research interests include urban elites, particularly in Western Iran; the attitude of the Turks toward city life, and cultural divides inside Iranian territory. He also works on Saljuq historiography, such as Imad al-Din's unpublished chronicle of the Saljuqs. He will be in Turkey for the year His MA dissertation was entitled 'Les doctrines revolutionnaires en Islam shiite' His PhD on the question of dynastic succession in Iran , completed at the Sorbonne , focused particularly on the formation of state power in the 18th- and 19th century through an analysis of the kinship system of the reigning Qajar tribe that governed in Iran until The response of the nascent modern state in Iran to new epidemics forms the link between his study of the Qajar dynasty and his present interest in the history of medicine at large.
Since he has been working on the process of medical modernistion in Iran with the support of the Wellcome Trust. Since his research has focused on Iran. His current areas of research include post-revolution urban change in Iran, the sociology of declining post-industrial oil company towns; and the environmental impact of agro-industrial projects.
One of her particular areas of expertise is calligraphy. Her elementary and secondary schooling was in Tehran. Her concentration is on the position of women in late Sasanian and early Islamic Iran, as well as the religious issues of the time. Her publications include a review of Jamsheed K. She was previously a research assistant on terrorism, a research assistant on Islamic law and a visiting researcher on human rights at Harvard Law School.
She has worked for NGOs around the world on issues such as capacity building, advocacy, women empowerment, refugees and immigration. Her field of expertise are international human rights, human rights in Iran, international humanitarian law, Islamic humanitarian law, refugees' issues, terrorism and torture. She has published articles in all these fields and is a consultant for several universities, research centres and think tanks worldwide. She is now an ICRC delegate.
Before turning his attention to the visual arts, Mr Esmaeili studied modern Arabic and Persian literature at New York's Columbia University with intermittent residences and studies in Paris, Cairo and Tehran. After leaving graduate school, he made his first film in He is currently dividing his time between New York and Boston where he teaches video, photography, and film studies at the New England Institute of Art. She taught history in the department of history of the University of Tehran from to She is the founder of the publishing house Nashr-e Tarikh-e Iran, which specialises in the history of the Qajar period.
She is currently engaged in working on a recently acquired booklet, which is the register of Sheikh Fazlallah Nuri and contains over transactions. He was Head of this Department from to He is working presently, in the framework of a group of different anthropologists and specialists on Iran, to create an International Society of Iranian Anthropology. His fields of interest are ethnicity, development and political Studies. His geographical focus has been on the western part of Iran Luristan and Kurdistan.
During the last decade Fakouhi has striven to renovate the field of Iranian anthropology and to incorporate into it modern subjects, i. Dr Fakouhi has published many books and papers in scientific journals. Fakouhi has also a very active presence in the media and the public intellectual life of Iran.
She has since been active in various capacities with several professional NGOs, and has acted as a consultant for community development issues with relevant organisations, especially in the fields of environment and sustainable development. She is currently affiliated with the Afghanistan programme of Ockenden International as a senior community development advisor.
His research interests include the history of medieval Iran. His research interests focus on lamentation of the Bakhtiari nomads of Iran, poems and songs of the Bakhtiari nomads of Iran, a comparison of the oral poetry of the Bakhtiari, traditional songs and dances of the Bakhtiari of Iran, stone lions in the Bakhtiari tribe and other Iranian tribes. He is also working on a dictionary of the Bakhtiari language, for which he has so far assembled 50, entries. Her current research covers women's education, women's cultural organistions and women's clothing during the government of Reza Shah.
Volunteering as a Red Crescent junior medic and the Mobilistion Force Basij in Isfahan, he was involved in the war efforts from the age of In he moved to the United States where he finished his high school education and attended college studying Nursing and Health Care Management. She was employed at the World Bank and free-lance worker on documentary films.
Her research interests include transnational Islamic reception, Arab nationalism, Arab-Israeli conflict, liberalistion and transition in the Middle East, conspiracy theories. Mielke, I. Du Bois and N. His main fields of interest are social anthropology and cultural studies. He has carried out research on higher education, contemporary Iranian culture, and the history of anthropology in Iran.
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