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Part 1 Thinking Modernity Chapter 2 Iranian Society, Modernity, and Globalization Chapter 3 Keywords in Islamic Critiques of Technoscience: Iranian Postrevolutionary Interpretations Chapter 4 The Relevance of John Locke to Social Change in the Muslim World: A Comparison with Iran Part 5 Theology and Modernity Chapter 6 Negotiating Modernity: Ulama and the Discourse of Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Iran Chapter 7 Mehdi Haeri Yazdi and the Discourse of Modernity Chapter 8 Utopia of Assassins: Navvab Safavi and the Fada'ian-e Eslam in the Prerevolutionary Iran Part 9 Intellectual Discourses of Modernity Chapter 10 Blindness and Insight: The Predicament of a Muslim Intellectual Chapter 11 The Varieties of Religious Reform: Public Intelligentsia in Iran Chapter 12 The Homeless Texts of Persianate Modernity Part 13 Modernization, Gender, and Political Culture Chapter 14 Women's Employment in Iran: Modernization and Islamization Chapter 15 "Islamist" Women Activists: Allies or Enemies? Chapter 16 Power and Purity: Iranian Political Culture, Communication, and Identity
Ramin Jahanbegloo is head of the Department for Contemporary Thought at the Cultural Research Bureau, Iran, and assistant professor at Aga Khan University's Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations, London.
This collection contains original, thought-provoking essays that will increase the understanding of many aspects of a complex and fascinating country for students, scholars, and the general public. -- Nikki Keddie, University of California--Los Angeles Iran: Between Tradition and Modernity is a superb collection of perceptive and provocative articles about some of the daunting challenges of Iran's turbulent encounter with modernity. Bringing together some of the most prominent scholars and intellectuals of contemporary Iran, Dr. Jahanbegloo's book is must reading for any serious student of modern Iran. -- Mohsen M. Milani, University of South Florida Those seeking a probing, thoughtful, and multi-faceted understanding of modernity in Iran will find this volume highly pertinent and valuable. It is a welcome addition to the growing scholarly literature on modern Iran... -- Fakhreddin Azimi, University of Connecticut, Storrs Recommendeddddd CHOICE The essays in this volume critically analyze the intellectual life of Iran, where the Islamic state's ideologically motivated policies have had paradoxical effects and unanticipated consequences in society, resulting in a cultural ferment in which old certainties are questioned and conventional wisdoms are challenged on all sides. These insightful essays help us make sense of the ongoing debates that make contemporary Iranian society so exciting. -- H. E. Chehabi, Boston University Those seeking a probing, thoughtful, and multi-faceted understanding of modernity in Iran will find this volume highly pertinent and valuable. It is a welcome addition to the growing scholarly literature on modern Iran. -- Fakhreddin Azimi, University of Connecticut, Storrs Recommended CHOICE