Minorities in Iran: Nationalism and Ethnicity after Khomeini

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Contrary to the popular understanding of Iran as a Persian nation, half of the country's population consists of minorities, among whom there has been significant ethnic mobilization at crucial stages in Iranian history. One such stage is now: suppressed minority demands, identity claims, and debates on diversity have entered public discourse and politics. In 2005–2007, Iran was rocked by the most widespread ethnic unrest experienced in that country since the revolution. The same period was also marked by the re-emergence of nationalism. This interdisciplinary book takes a long-overdue step toward understanding these highly contentious issues.
Udgivelses stedBasingstoke
ForlagPalgrave Macmillan
Antal sider276
ISBN (Trykt)9780230115842
StatusUdgivet - 28 jan. 2013


  • Det Humanistiske Fakultet - Minorities, Iran , Social conditions, Political activity , Social aspects, National characteristics, Ethnic relations

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