The Middle Kingdom and Persian Tribute-Kings in Classical Chinese Texts; An Examination of a Claim
The Middle Kingdom and Persian Tribute-Kings in Classical Chinese Texts; An Examination of a Claim

Hamidreza Pashazanous

Volume 13, Issue 2 , July 2021, , Pages 19-34

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2020.126127.2106

Abstract
  Abstract:The art of historiography in China, like any other country, is influenced by the country's culture. In China, at least from centuries before Confucius, the tradition was the ...  Read More
The Role of Pearl Industry in the Beach Dwellers’ Convergence around Persian Gulf in the Qajar Era
The Role of Pearl Industry in the Beach Dwellers’ Convergence around Persian Gulf in the Qajar Era

Salman Ghasemian

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2021, , Pages 39-54

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2021.124174.2090

Abstract
  1-AbstractAssessment of the role of pearls in recognizing some historical and traditional concepts governing the social and economic relations of inhabitants around the Persian Gulf, ...  Read More
A Study of Socio-cultural relations of Polish Immigrants with Iranians (1321 -1324 AH / 1942-1945 AD) A Case Study of Isfahan City
A Study of Socio-cultural relations of Polish Immigrants with Iranians (1321 -1324 AH / 1942-1945 AD) A Case Study of Isfahan City

Masoume Goodarzi borujerdi; Morteza Nouraei; Abolhassan Fayaz anush

Volume 11, Issue 2 , July 2019, , Pages 1-14

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2018.104890.1156

Abstract
  After the invasion of German and Soviet Union to Poland in the course of World War II, half of Polish territory was occupied by Soviet Union and thousands of people deported to labor ...  Read More
Assessment of the Causes of the Instability of Russian Military Presence in the Southern Coast of the Caspian Sea from Late Safavid to Early Qajar (1667 to 1797 AD)
Assessment of the Causes of the Instability of Russian Military Presence in the Southern Coast of the Caspian Sea from Late Safavid to Early Qajar (1667 to 1797 AD)

Ali Zarei; Abdollah Motevali

Volume 11, Issue 1 , April 2019, , Pages 111-126

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2019.114612.1603

Abstract
  The geography of the Caspian Sea and its coasts have long attracted the attention of the enemies of Iran, particularly its northern neighbor, Russia, for its strategic position. From ...  Read More
A Study of Iran and Iranians' Status in Renaissance Historiography
A Study of Iran and Iranians' Status in Renaissance Historiography

Ahmad Fazlinejad

Volume 10, Issue 3 , November 2018, , Pages 61-75

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2018.105764.1190

Abstract
  Renaissance historiography, like other aspects of this cultural and literary movement, sought to revive ancient Greek and Roman culture and civilization. Since the Greco-Persian wars, ...  Read More
The Study of Developments of Iran's Relations with Russia during Safavid Period
The Study of Developments of Iran's Relations with Russia during Safavid Period

Ali akbar Kajbaf; Morteza Dehqan nejad; Ghasem Cheraghchi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2018, , Pages 1-18

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2017.76329

Abstract
  The manifestation of Iran's prominent place in the relations between East and West from the contemporary period is clear for history readers. This period, which partly coincided with ...  Read More
Ethics and Habits of Iranians in the Eyes of the British Agents during Nasir al-Din Shah Era
Ethics and Habits of Iranians in the Eyes of the British Agents during Nasir al-Din Shah Era

Shahab Shahidani; Kobra Mehdinasab

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2018, , Pages 153-178

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2017.100466

Abstract
  During the Qajar period, Iran was at the forefront of the strategic situation of Russia and the Western powers, especially Britain. Britain, in the Qajar era, through its colonial purposes, ...  Read More
A Deliberation on the History and Cultural Vestiges of the Hephthalites in Sasanian Iran
A Deliberation on the History and Cultural Vestiges of the Hephthalites in Sasanian Iran

Meysam Labbaf-Khaniki

Volume 9, Issue 4 , January 2018, , Pages 139-161

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2017.22090

Abstract
  Due to the extensive territory including the fertile plains and the productive population, the Sasanids could attain the powerful and wealthy situation during the late antiquity. Nevertheless, ...  Read More
Economic Policies of the Second Pahlavi regarding Industry, with an Emphasis on the Relations between Iran and Germany (1961-1978)
Economic Policies of the Second Pahlavi regarding Industry, with an Emphasis on the Relations between Iran and Germany (1961-1978)

Ali Vashmeh; Soheyla Torabifarsani; Naser Jadidi

Volume 9, Issue 3 , October 2017, , Pages 67-78

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2017.21783

Abstract
  After ascending to the throne, Muhammad Reza Shah Pahlavi tried to approximate the face of Iran to that of European countries dramatically. Meanwhile, impressive increase of oil price ...  Read More
Iran-Japan Trade Relationship in Reza Shah Era
Iran-Japan Trade Relationship in Reza Shah Era

hasan shokrzadeh; hoseyn abadiyan

Volume 9, Issue 1 , May 2017, , Pages 41-58

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2017.21390

Abstract
  One of the most important debates during Reza Shah era was the expansion and development of Iran's foreign trade with new countries that hadno contribution in Iran's foreign tradebefore ...  Read More
The Impact of Constitutional Revolution on the Land Ownership System Evolution
The Impact of Constitutional Revolution on the Land Ownership System Evolution

Mohamad Reza Alam; Sajad Kazemi

Volume 9, Issue 1 , May 2017, , Pages 93-106

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2017.21393

Abstract
  With the advent of Constitutional Revolution private lands was spread dramatically, as a result of sale process of government's pure lands. However, merging Iran's economy with global ...  Read More
The Effective Variables on the Relations between Iran and United States during World War II (Based on the Increasing Interests of United States in Iran)
The Effective Variables on the Relations between Iran and United States during World War II (Based on the Increasing Interests of United States in Iran)

mahdi salah; ali soleimani

Volume 8, Issue 2 , July 2016, , Pages 97-116

https://doi.org/10.22108/jhr.2016.20891

Abstract
  The relations between Iran and United states can be considerable for a number of reasons such as the recognition of international and regional position, the political status of Iran ...  Read More
The Role of England and East India Company for the Separation of Afghanistan from Iran during Qajar Era
The Role of England and East India Company for the Separation of Afghanistan from Iran during Qajar Era

Amir Ahangaran; Mohamad taghi Mokhtari; Mohamad Hasan raznahan

Volume 7, Issue 3 , December 2015, , Pages 97-118

Abstract
  During Qajar era, Afghanistan became the central of attention as a result of reasons such as temporal rebellions, the invasion of rulers of regions i.e. Herat, Qandehar and Kabol to ...  Read More
The Movement of Dhofar, 1965-75
The Movement of Dhofar, 1965-75

Nourddin Nemati

Volume 6, Issue 4 , March 2015, , Pages 109-120

Abstract
  From the nineteen century the country of Oman due to its strategic location has always been a very important center for the British regional policy. In the 60s the movement of Dhofar ...  Read More
Teimurtash and Bahrain (1927-1934)
Teimurtash and Bahrain (1927-1934)

ma Sheykh Noori; a Khosravi

Volume 5, Issue 4 , March 2014, , Pages 1-22

Abstract
  The study of political efforts by Iranian authorities to prove Iranian sovereignty over Bahrain is prominent evidence that reveals those who devoted their properties and lives to develop ...  Read More
Qraquyunlus` Shi`ism 
(1374 – 1466)
Qraquyunlus` Shi`ism (1374 – 1466)

a Montazerqaem; m Shahmoradi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , June 2013, , Pages 49-72

Abstract
  Various researchers have considered Qraguyunlus “Imami Shi`ites”, “radical Shi`ites” and some others know them as Sunnis. By studying criteria and characteristics ...  Read More
Situation of historiography among Iranian Zaydies since 933-1254
Situation of historiography among Iranian Zaydies since 933-1254

Dr. Sayed Mir Hossein Allameh

Volume 4, Issue 1 , June 2012, , Pages 65-76

Abstract
  Iranian Zaydyies historiography, evolved in parallel to the uprising of Zaydy Imams. This type of historiography is character-driven where theological perspectives to the past are dominant, ...  Read More
Variety of themes in local historiography A case study during Qajar era (1796-1926)
Variety of themes in local historiography A case study during Qajar era (1796-1926)

Morteza Nouraei; Abdolmahdi Rajaei

Volume 3, Issue 4 , March 2012, , Pages 51-72

Abstract
  The key point of local historiography focuses on the studies about a particular regional area. Thus local historians, based on their distraction on specific geographical places, have ...  Read More
The religious and political attitudes of Ilkhans towards the Ilkhanid's coins (1253-1355)
The religious and political attitudes of Ilkhans towards the Ilkhanid's coins (1253-1355)

Abbas Sarafrazi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2010, , Pages 47-66

Abstract
  With the beginning of the Ilkhanid era, the Iranian bureaucracy restored the traditions and bygone methods. The Ilkhanid coins demonstrated the socio-political and religio-economic ...  Read More
The collaboration of Mir Abdollatif Shoshtary with the British government of India case study: the first Iranian contact with the colonial accident
The collaboration of Mir Abdollatif Shoshtary with the British government of India case study: the first Iranian contact with the colonial accident

Mas'od Moradi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , May 2010, , Pages 107-124

Abstract
  When the Safavid dynasty was on the verge of collapsing both socially and politically, many Iranian families fled to India. Many of them were employed in the East Indian Company. Others ...  Read More
The Parliamentary authority in Iran and Ottoman's Constitutional Law
The Parliamentary authority in Iran and Ottoman's Constitutional Law

Hasan Hazrati

Volume 1, Issue 3 , November 2009, , Pages 33-40

Abstract
  One of the most important events in the Iranian and Ottoman Constitutional movements is the emergence of the Constitutional Law. Despite of many benefits brought this valuable event ...  Read More
Crossing Gedrosia
Crossing Gedrosia

Reza Mehr Afarin; Seyyed Rasool Mousavi Haji

Volume 1, Issue 3 , November 2009, , Pages 55-66

Abstract
  In 325 B. C. Alexander the Great decided to return to the west at the mouth of Indus. The great Macedonian army provided by a number of nations started its campaign through Gedrosia ...  Read More
Sistan's governors from the establishment of the Qajar dynasty till the obedience of Alikhan Sarabandi from Iran's central government
Sistan's governors from the establishment of the Qajar dynasty till the obedience of Alikhan Sarabandi from Iran's central government

Jalil Naebiyan; Mohammad Amir Sheykh Noori; Mohammad Piri

Volume 1, Issue 2 , August 2009, , Pages 19-34

Abstract
  The matter of Iran's governing over the Eastern states faced many obstacles caused by the death of Nader Shah, the formation of the Dorrani's dynasty in Afghanistan and the occupation ...  Read More
Local historiography of Kurdistan and the appearance of first female historian of Iran
Local historiography of Kurdistan and the appearance of first female historian of Iran

abbas ghadimi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , June 2009, , Pages 113-128

Abstract
  Among Iran's States and cities, Kurdistan has various local historiographies, mostly written in the Qajar era. Patriotism and its outstanding stand in Iran and also personal interests ...  Read More