Ethnic Minorities and the Politics of Identity in Iran

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The present article is of a novel format: two authors working in the same field introduce each other’s works, and then pose a number of questions for each other. The aim is to facilitate dialogue between scholars occupied with similar issues, theories, methods or problems, and to share their discussions with others. Here, Alam Saleh, Lecturer in Middle Eastern Politics and International Relations, University of Bradford, and Rasmus Christian Elling, Assistant Professor of Iranian Studies, Copenhagen University, introduce each other’s recent books on ethnic minorities, identity and nationalism in post-revolution Iran. These introductions are then followed by questions and answers in relation to the topics covered by the books.
TidsskriftIranian Studies
Udgave nummer1
Sider (fra-til)159-171
Antal sider13
StatusUdgivet - 2016


  • Det Humanistiske Fakultet - Iran, Nationalisme, Mindretal, Etnicitet, Identitet, Politik, Minoriteter, Religiøse minoriteter, Etniske minoriteter

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