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Iran Without Borders: Towards a Critique of the Postcolonial Nation

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""No ruling regime," writes Hamid Dabashi, "could ever have a total claim over the idea of Iran as a nation, a people." For decades, the narrative about Iran has been dominated by a false binary, in which the traditional ruling Islamist regime is counterposed against a modern population of educated, secular urbanites. However, Iran has for many centuries been a nation forged from a diverse mix of influences, most of them non-sectarian and cosmopolitan. In Iran Without Borders, the acclaimed cultural critic and scholar of ...

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Iran Without Borders: Towards a Critique of the Postcolonial Nation
2016, Verso

ISBN-13: 9781784780685

Hardcover

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