Qajar Studies:The Journal of the International Qajar Studies Association (IQSA)

 

IQSA is proud to announce the publication of its
anniversary double-issue
of Qajar Studies, for 2010-2011.

The tenth-eleventh issue of our Journal Qajar Studies is dedicated to the subject of

Life at the Court of Fath Ali Shah Qajar

For Table of Contents of Vol. X-XI,

Please click here

* How to order the current issue of the Journal:

-- The current issue of the Journal is available free of charge to members who have renewed for 2010-11, and is sent to them by mail to their current addresses. If you are not a member yet and want to become a member of IQSA, please click here and choose Memberships.

-- For non-members or those interested in purchasing Volume X-XI of the Journal only, please click here and choose Publications.

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* The first issue of the Journal was dedicated to the theme of IQSA's inaugural conference on Qajar Era Photography. To view it click here.

* The second issue of the Journal was dedicated to a variety of themes including that of the Origins of the Qajars. To view it click here.

* The third issue of the Journal was dedicated to a variety of themes including those of Heraldry, Dress and Genealogy. To view it click here.

* The fourth issue of the Journal was dedicated to the theme of Life in the Imperial Harems of Fath Ali Shah, Nasser-ed-Din Shah, the Ottoman Sultans, and in the princely harem of Abdol Hossein Mirza Farman Farma. To view it click here.

* The fifth issue of the Journal was dedicated to the theme of War and Peace in the Qajar Era. To view it click here.

* The sixth issue of the Journal was dedicated to the theme of Entertainment in the Qajar Era. To view it click here.

* The seventh issue of the Journal was dedicated to the theme of Travelers and Diplomats in the Qajar Era. To view it click here.

* The eight issue of the Journal was dedicated to Social Positioning, Portraits and Portrayals in the Qajar Era. To view it click here.

*The ninth issue of the Journal was dedicated to Architecture in the Qajar Era. To view it click here.

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For further questions regarding the Association, please contact:

Prof. Manoutchehr M. Eskandari-Qajar
President, International Qajar Studies Association (IQSA) at
:

president@qajarstudies.org

 

 

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