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Scientific-Research
The Name of
The Name of "Moḥammad" Before the Prophet: A Critical Review of the Evidence and a New Suggestion

Mohammad Ahmadimanesh

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 15-34

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.44590.2831

Abstract
  The etymology of the name Muḥammad and its pre-Islamic background has always been a challenge for researchers, and there are questions about it, including whether the name Moḥammad ...  Read More
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Historical reconstruction of the religious atmosphere of Abyssinia in the fifth year of the Prophet with the focus of Surah Maryam
Historical reconstruction of the religious atmosphere of Abyssinia in the fifth year of the Prophet with the focus of Surah Maryam

Elham Aghadoosti; Amir Ahmadnezhad; Reza Shokrani

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 35-61

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.43647.2789

Abstract
  According to historical sources, the first migration of Muslims to Abyssinia took place around the fifth year of the Prophethood. The reports in the historical sources do not provide ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
The concept of freedom in '' Soraya'' published in Cairo
The concept of freedom in '' Soraya'' published in Cairo

Gholamali Pashazadeh; Fatemeh Oroji; Rasoul Pourzamani

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 63-87

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.44187.2813

Abstract
  For the Iranians, the Qajar period coincided with the familiarization and confrontation with modern Western concepts such as freedom. Iranian newspapers published outside Iran in the ...  Read More
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Naqshbandiyya and Qadiriyya relations in Kurdistan after Mawlana Khalid Shahrazuri
Naqshbandiyya and Qadiriyya relations in Kurdistan after Mawlana Khalid Shahrazuri

Seyed Saeed Hosseini; Seyed Ahmadreza Khezri

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 89-110

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.45505.2863

Abstract
  Research on Sufism in Kurdistan has mainly examined the history of Sufi Tariqas separately and detached from their communication space; While due to the influence of these Tariqa’s ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
The image of Tawwaj in Ferdows al-Morshediyyah
The image of Tawwaj in Ferdows al-Morshediyyah

Ali Rasooli; Hamidreza Peighambari

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 111-133

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.43714.2793

Abstract
  Sufi biographies (tadhkiras), in addition to their main themes, i.e. describing the situation of the leaders of the Tariqat, sometimes include some social, economic and geographical ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
Investigating the evolution of the view of European cartographers towards Iran in the Middle Ages
Investigating the evolution of the view of European cartographers towards Iran in the Middle Ages

Milad Sadeghi

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 135-169

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.43406.2774

Abstract
  The ideas of European geographers and cartographers about the world around them were generally taken from the classical texts of ancient Greece and Rome, as well as the books of the ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
A new Reading in the Analysis of the Functional angles of Mahdism in the Safavid Era
A new Reading in the Analysis of the Functional angles of Mahdism in the Safavid Era

Zahra Sadat Keshavarz; Maryam Saeedyan Jazi

Volume 33, Issue 60 , December 2023, Pages 171-198

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.44414.2825

Abstract
  One of the characteristics of the Safavid era was the beginnings of the Shi'i movement, which manifested itself in the form of the concept of Mahdism. The authors of the present study ...  Read More
Sociological Analysis of the Language Policy Discourse during the First Pahlavi Period (Emphasizing the approvals of the Higher Education Council)
Sociological Analysis of the Language Policy Discourse during the First Pahlavi Period (Emphasizing the approvals of the Higher Education Council)

Seysd Mosleh Kohnepoushi; Mustafa Mehraein; Majid Kashani; Mehrdad Nawabakhsh; Bahram Ghadimi

Volume 31, Issue 51 , November 2021, , Pages 169-195

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2021.33470.2339

Abstract
  Modernization in Reza Shah's government necessitated the adoption of a clear lingual policy in the fields of administration and education. The lingual policy adopted during this period ...  Read More
Rereading of falsifibility of two main hypotheses regarding Rostam al-Tawarikh
Rereading of falsifibility of two main hypotheses regarding Rostam al-Tawarikh

Yaghoub Khazaei

Volume 31, Issue 52 , December 2021, , Pages 37-55

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2021.36412.2482

Abstract
  The purpose of writing this article is to test two prominent hypotheses about Rostam al-Tawarikh by the method of falsifiability. Rustam Alhokma is one of the historians that so far, ...  Read More
The Situation of Women in the Sāssānīān Social System in the Post-Mazdak Era and Its Impact on the Writing of the Ardāvīrāfnāme
The Situation of Women in the Sāssānīān Social System in the Post-Mazdak Era and Its Impact on the Writing of the Ardāvīrāfnāme

Mohammad Bahrami; Shahnaz Hojati najafabadi

Volume 31, Issue 51 , November 2021, , Pages 73-95

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2020.32341.2284

Abstract
  According to the content of jurisprudential and legal books compiled during the Sāssānīān period and according to scholars of this field, gender is one of the basis and criteria ...  Read More
Fragile coalition; An analysis of the Tudeh party candidate's victory from the Isfahan constituency in the fourteenth round of National Consultative Assembly election (1943 A.D)
Fragile coalition; An analysis of the Tudeh party candidate's victory from the Isfahan constituency in the fourteenth round of National Consultative Assembly election (1943 A.D)

Mohammad Afghari; Morteza Nouraei

Volume 33, Issue 57 , April 2023, , Pages 11-36

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2023.42330.2727

Abstract
  After the occupation of Iran by the Allies in August 1941 and the resignation of Reza Shah, the fourteenth National Consultative Assembly election took place in a completely different ...  Read More
Alexander the Macedonian and the historical memory of Cyrus the Great
Alexander the Macedonian and the historical memory of Cyrus the Great

Adel Allahyari

Volume 32, Issue 54 , June 2022, , Pages 15-37

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2022.32083.2275

Abstract
  Historians of Alexander the Macedonian have reported that while conquering the Iranian lands, the Macedonian conqueror revered the memory of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Achaemenid ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
Construction Of  modern women in  modernist discourse  of the Qajar era
Construction Of modern women in modernist discourse of the Qajar era

Zohre Omidipour; Ali Rajabloo

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.45757.2873

Abstract
  Simultaneously with Iran’s confrontation with western modernity and creation of discursive confrontations affected by it, Woman, their identity, and living conditions were considered ...  Read More
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The evolution of place names in the western half of Iran in the historical writings of the 3rd-9th centuries A.H. (Al-Jebal/Al-Jabal/Qohestan/Cohestan and Iraq-e Ajam)
The evolution of place names in the western half of Iran in the historical writings of the 3rd-9th centuries A.H. (Al-Jebal/Al-Jabal/Qohestan/Cohestan and Iraq-e Ajam)

Hassan Hazrati; Mohamadreza Zadehsafari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.44856.2837

Abstract
  One of the intellectual reflections of Muslim historians is to give specific names to the lands of the Islamic world. Among them, it is possible to name parts of the western half of ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
Unconventional Livelihood Methods and Economic Challenges of Zanjan Jameh Mosque theologues in the Qajar Era
Unconventional Livelihood Methods and Economic Challenges of Zanjan Jameh Mosque theologues in the Qajar Era

Hasan Rostami; Masoud Bayat

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 June 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.46132.2887

Abstract
  The stability of traditional relations and the lack of development of the economic structure in the Qajar period were among the causes of the decline and occurrence of social and economic ...  Read More
Scientific-Research
The army secretary in the bureaucracy of the Sasanian Empire
The army secretary in the bureaucracy of the Sasanian Empire

Shahram Jalilian

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/hii.2024.46524.2909

Abstract
  The efficient bureaucracy of the Sassanids, with experienced agents, carried out civil affairs in the vast area of "Iranshahr" (Iran/Sasanian Empire) for nearly five centuries. During ...  Read More

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