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Reading the Global Disorder with Maḥmūd-i Tarzī

Issue: Vol 13 No. 1-2 (2017) Special Issue: Iranian Cosmopolitanism

Journal: Comparative Islamic Studies

Subject Areas: Religious Studies Islamic Studies

DOI: 10.1558/cis.39130


Maqālāt-i-Maḥmūd-i Tarzī, by Maḥmūd Tarzī, compiled by Rawān Farhādī. Muʾassasa-i Intišārāt-i Baihaqī, 1977. 898 pages, (selections).

Author: Fatima Mojaddedi

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