Kamran Scott Aghaie

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Kamran Scott Aghaie is historical expert.

Kamran Scott Aghaie



Biography

Kamran Scott Aghaie 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.

Research

His research subject headings are :Modern Islamic history; Shi'i symbols and rituals in modern Iran; modern Iranian history; Shi'ism; Islamic rituals; social and cultural history; religious and political discourses; historiography; nationalism; gender studies; Persian; Arabic; popular Islam

bibliography

“Introduction: gendered aspects of the emergence and historical development of Shi`i symbols and rituals”, The women of Karbala: ritual performance and symbolic discourses in modern Shi’i Islam,2005, 1-25 p.


"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 gender dynamics of Moharram symbols and rituals in the latter years of Qajar rule”, The women of Karbala: ritual performance and symbolic discourses in modern Shi'i Islam, 2005, 45-63 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 martyrs of Karbala : Shi'i symbols and rituals in modern Iran, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2005, xvi + 200 p.


"The martyrs of Karbala : Shi'i symbols and rituals in modern Iran", International Journal of Middle East Studies, special issue on Iran, December 2006

"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.


The women of Karbala: ritual performance and symbolic discourses in modern Shi'i Islam, edited by Kamran Scot Aghaie, Austin, University of Texas press, 2005 , iix + 792 p.


"The Women of Karbala: Ritual Performances and Symbolic Discourses in Modern Shi'i Islam", By S. H. Rizvi, American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2006, 108-110 p.

"The Women of Karbala: Ritual Performances and Symbolic Discourses in Modern Shi'i Islam", By Babak Rahimi, Journal of Third World Studies, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2007, 221-224 p.

"The Women of Karbala: Ritual Performances and Symbolic Discourses in Modern Shi'i Islam", By Pedram Khosronejad, International Journal of Middle East Studies, special issue on Iran, December 2006

"Hosay Trinidad: Muharram Performances in an Indo-Caribbean Diaspora", By Frank Korom, Journal of Islamic Studies, Vol. 15, No. 3, 2004, 405-408 p.

sources

The university of texas at austin