Kamran Scott Aghaie
|Kamran Scott Aghaie|
|Born||December 8, 1967 (age 51 years)|
|Occupation||academic, Associate Professor|
|Institutions||The University of Texas at Austin|
Kamran Scott Aghaie (born December 8, 1967) is a historical expert and Associate Professor — Ph.D in University of California, Los Angeles. His primary research interests are about Islamic studies, Shi'ism, modern Iranian and Middle Eastern history; and secondly is: world history, historiography, religious studies, nationalism, gender studies and economic history.
- The women of Karbala: ritual performance and symbolic discourses in modern Shi’i Islam (2005)
- The martyrs of Karbala : Shi'i symbols and rituals in modern Iran (2005)
- "Religious rituals, social identities and political relationships in Tehran under Qajar rule, 1850s–1920s “, Religion and Society in Qajar Iran, edited by Robert Gleave, London, Routledge/Curzon Press, 2005, 373-392 p.
- "Reinventing Karbala: Revisionist interpretations of the ‘Karbala Paradigm”, Jusur: The UCLA Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 1994, Vol. 10, 1–30 p.
- «The Karbala Narrative in Shii Political Discourse in Modern Iran in the 1960s– 1970s.”, The Journal of Islamic Studies, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2001, 151176 – p.
- "The Origins of the Sunnite-Shi'ite Divide and the Emergence of the Taziyeh Tradition", The Drama Review, Vol. 49, No. 4, Winter 2005, 42–47p.
- "Hosay Trinidad: Muharram Performances in an Indo-Caribbean Diaspora", By Frank Korom, Journal of Islamic Studies, Vol. 15, No. 3, 2004, 405-408 p.