About

MirBibliographia Iranica is a collective effort, continuing the work that Arash Zeini started at his blog over at www.arashzeini.com. This new website and connected social media share and distribute information on recent publications and events in Iranian Studies, understanding the field in its broadest sense from antiquity through to late antiquity and the early Islamic era with occasional excursions into neighbouring disciplines, geographies and eras.

In this newest manifestation the blog is operated by Sajad Amiri, Shervin Farridnejad, Yazdan Safaee and Arash Zeini (Learn more).

We use the Unified Style Sheet as a bibliographic format, which is in part promoted by the Linguistics Society of America.

Sections of the text formatted in this manner in the bibliographic announcements, represent quotations from the publishers’ websites, paper abstracts or other external sources.

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A predominantly bibliographic blog for Iranian Studies