The Roots of the Islamic Revolution in Iran –
Economical, Political, Social and Cultural views
Edited by: Hassan Bashir and Seyed Ghahreman Safavi
Among over the many volumes that have been written on the Islamic Revolution in Iran, this book sets forth a very critical view and provides distinctive reading on the origins of the revolution in Iran.
The contributors to this book offer a range of perspectives on the background to the Islamic Revolution in Iran, and the individual chapters examine the causes from economic, political, social and cultural points of views.
It is an important contribution to current debates on the subject and a valuable resource for students and researchers of Iranian studies.
Dr. Hassan Bashir is managing editor of the monthly magazine “Discourse”, and co-editor of “Muslim Identity in the 21st Century: Challenge of Modernity”.
Dr. Sayed Ghahreman Safavi is editor of the journal “Transcendent Philosophy”, and a Fellow of the Department of the Study of Religion at SOAS, the University of London.