New Special Issue: “Intellectual and Religious Exchanges between Iran and India in the Early Modern Era” (13.5)
We are thrilled to announce the publication of our new special issue “Intellectual and Religious Exchanges between Iran and India in the Early Modern Era” (13.5) which investigates the intellectual and religious contacts between Safavid Iran and Mughal India in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The issue was edited by Reza Pourjavady (University of Bamberg) and Kianoosh Rezania (Ruhr University Bochum) and includes the following contributions:
Takeshi Aoki: The Dasātīr and the “Āẕar Kaivān school” in Historical Context: Origin and Later Development
Amos Bertolacci, Gholamreza Dadkhah: Avicenna’s Šifāʾ from Safavid Iran to the Mughal Empire: On Ms. Rampur Raza Library 3476
Colin Mitchell: Exploring Patronage, Genre, and Scholar-Bureaucracy: The Trans-Imperial Career of Ḫvāndamīr (d. 1534)
Reza Pourjavady: Nūrollāh Šūštarī on Shi’i Notables
Kianoosh Rezania: Did the Āẕar Kaivānīs Know Zoroastrian Middle Persian Sources?
Sajjad Rizvi: Shiʿi Theology and Polemics between Iran and India: The Case of Saiyed Nūrollāh Šūštarī (d. 1019/1610)