Dedicated to the renowned Safavid historian Roger Savory, this book brings together a collection of studies on the Safavid state of Iran (1501-1722) from the perspectives of political, social, literary, and artistic history.
Savory, a doyen of Safavid studies in the 1960s and 1970s, was responsible for expanding and popularizing the study of Iran in the 16th and 17th century. To celebrate this legacy, well-established scholars of medieval and early modern Iran have contributed specific studies reflecting an array of research interests and specializations, which include critical re-examinations of issues of gender, literature, art and architecture, cultural and linguistic currents, illustrated historical chronicles, and courtly and administrative practices under the Safavid dynasty.
This unique compilation is indicative of a growing interest in Iran and Iranian studies in both the academic and public spheres, and as such contains a number of new perspectives which will serve to supplement and re-interpret the existing corpus of Safavid scholarly literature to date. It will be an important text for scholars of world history and Middle East studies, as well as to historians in general.
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Colin P. Mitchell teaches and researches medieval and early modern Islamic history at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. He is primarily a researcher of the Safavid dynasty of Iran (1501-1722), but has also researched and published material dealing with Euro-Islamic contacts and relations in the early modern period.Review:
"Undoubtedly, this Festschrift edited by Colin Mitchell and dedicated to Roger M. Savory makes a valuable and welcome contribution to the study of Safavid Iran... The book is aimed at a specialisted readership and clearly makes a significant contribution to Iranian studies." - Cleo Cantone, London, UK; Journal of Shi'a Islamic Studies, Winter 2012 Vol. V No. 1
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