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Persian-speaking intellectuals in the 19th century (Akhundzadah, Majd al-Mulk, 'Abd al-Baha, I'timad al-Saltanah) experienced a triple confluence of alterity, primitivism, and mimesis in their conceptualization of Iranian selfhood in their time.
First presented at the Conference of the Middle East Studies Association of North America, December 1995

Marking Boundaries, Marking Time:
The Iranian Past and the Construction of the Self by Qajar Thinkers

by Juan Cole

published in Iranian Studies, 29:1-2
1996 Winter/Spring
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