This collection of essays, by a distinguished group of specialists, offers a new and exciting interpretation of Riza Shah's Iran. A period of key importance, the years between 1921-1941 have, until now, remained relatively neglected. Recently, however, there has been a marked revival of interest in the history of these two decades and this collection brings together some of the best of this recent new scholarship.
Illustrating the diversity and complexity of interpretations to which contemporary scholarship has given rise, the collection looks at both the high politics of the new state and at 'history from below', examining some of the fierce controversies which have arisen surrounding such issues as the gender politics of the new regime, the nature of its nationalism, and its treatment of minorities.
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Stephanie Cronin is Iran Heritage Fellow at University College, Northampton and Senior Research Associate in the History Department , SOAS, University of London. her current work focuses on subaltern responses to modernity in Modern Iran.Review:
This book explains the effects of the rule of Riza Shah on the future state of Iranian politics and society..
–Middle East Journal
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