Feudalism, Constitutional Period in two new books by Ameh
Ameh Publications has released two books on sociopolitical and historical Iran of the past, namely "Political Renovation during the Constitutional Period of Iran" by Hassan Ghazimoradi and "Feudalism in Ancient Iran" translated by Houshang Sadeghi.
IBNA: "Political Renovation during the Constitutional Period of Iran" regards modernity as the destiny of Iranians and studies the ideas and behavior of Iranians during the passage to a modern society during the Constitutional Period in the works of Mirza Fathali Akhundzadeh, Dariush Ashouri, Mousa Ghaninejad, Javad Tabatabaei, Abdolrahim Talbof, Fakhreddin Shademan, Jamaleddin Asad-Abadi, Ali Shariati and Mirza Malkolm Khan.
The author mentions priority of modernity to renovation, preservation of local and national culture, obtaining western science and technology, and passage from traditional to modern society as the main approaches of the aforementioned intellectuals in the flux period.
The first print of "Political Renovation during the Constitutional Period of Iran" is penned by Hassan Ghazimoradi and published by Ameh Publications in 1500 copies and 312 pages.
"Feudalism in Ancient Iran"
"Feudalism in Ancient Iran" traces the roots of feudalism in the history of Iran in various aspects of government and kingdom in ancient times.
The book is authored by Swedish scholar Geowiden Gerne who, in this book, makes a thorough survey of the roots of feudalism in ancient Iran, Indo-European context, institutions for social and military education, monarchic inheritance systems, choice of the king, and comparative studies.
The first print of "Feudalism in Ancient Iran" is published by Ameh Publciations in 1100 copies and 248 pages.
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