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The Iranian Constitutional Revolution: Grassroots Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Origins of Feminism

The Iranian Constitutional Revolution Grassroots Democracy Social Democracy and the Origins of Feminism During the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of to a variety of forces played key roles in overthrowing a repressive regime Afary sheds new light on the role of ordinary citizens and peasant

During the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of 1906 to 1911 a variety of forces played key roles in overthrowing a repressive regime Afary sheds new light on the role of ordinary citizens and peasantry, the status of Iranian women, and the multifaceted structure of Iranian society.

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  1. Janet Afary says:
    Janet Afary Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Iranian Constitutional Revolution: Grassroots Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Origins of Feminism book, this is one of the most wanted Janet Afary author readers around the world.

Comment 797 on “The Iranian Constitutional Revolution: Grassroots Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Origins of Feminism

  1. Zebardast Zebardast says:
    albate man ba ba zi nazarat va natijegirihaye nevisandeh movafegh nistam vali foghol adeh ketabe jaleb ba hagahyeghe tazeh ist.

  2. Navid Naderi says:
    The best history of the Constitutional Revolution I ve read so far Very detailed account and full of food for thought The first part gives an economic image of Iran vis a vis the global capitalist market in 19th century and an analysis of the economic and colonial relations that lead to the Constitutional Revolution Afary, however, remains resolutely blind to the Americas in her analysis this is absurd if we take into account that one of the main traditional export commodities of Iran until thi [...]

  3. Armineh Nouri says:
    Afary has a sober, bottom up approach to historiography which, while allowing for a critical reading of modern Iranian history, doesn t get entangled in the sophistications of a superimposed theoretical framework or narrative A very enjoyable and insightful read.


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