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New Perspectives on Safavid Iran

Edited by Homa Katouzian, University of Oxford, UK and Mohamad Tavakoli-Targhi, this series provides context and analysis of a broad range of topics on Iran.
 

Edited by Homa Katouzian, University of Oxford, UK and Mohamad Tavakoli-Targhi, this series provides context and analysis of a broad range of topics on Iran, ranging from the country's politics and economy, to societal and cultural issues that affect the Iranian people. Since 1967 the International Society for Iranian Studies (ISIS) has been a leading learned society for the advancement of new approaches in the study of Iranian history, culture, and literature. The ISIS Iranian Studies series provides a venue for the publication of original and innovative scholarly works in all areas of Iranian and Persianate Studies.

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