Human Rights in Iran: The Abuse of Cultural Relativism

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Abrahamian, Ervand. Iran Between Two Revolutions. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982.

———. The Iranian Mojahedin. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989.

———. Tortured Confessions: Prisons and Public Recantations in Modern Iran. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999.

Abu Odeh, Lama. “Post-colonial Feminism and the Veil: Thinking the Difference.” Feminist Review 43 (spring 1993): 26–37.

Afary, Janet. The Iranian Constitution Revolution, 1906–1911: Grassroots Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Origins of Feminism. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Afkhami, Mahnaz, and Erika Friedl, eds. In the Eye of the Storm: Women in PostRevolutionary Iran. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1994.

Afshar, Haleh. Islam and Feminisms: An Iranian Case-Study. London: Macmillan Press, 1998.

Afshari, Reza. “The Historians of the Constitutional Movement and the Making of the Iranian Populist Tradition.” International Journal of the Middle East Studies 25 (1993): 477–94.

———. “Egalitarian Islam and Misogynist Islamic Tradition: A Critique of the Feminist Reinterpretation of Islamic History and Heritage.” Critique: Journal of Critical Studies of Iran and the Middle East 4 (spring 1994): 13–33.

———. “An Essay on Islamic Cultural Relativism in the Discourse of Human Rights.” Human Rights Quarterly 16 (May 1994): 235–76.

———. “An Essay on Scholarship, Human Rights, and State Legitimacy: The Case of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Human Rights Quarterly 18 (August 1996): 544–93.

———. “Civil Society and Human Rights in Iran: A Review Essay.” Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis 16 (April 2000): 61–72.

Ahmadi Khorassani, Nushin, ed. Jens-e Dowwm, Majmu‘ah-ye Maqalat (The second sex: Collection of articles), Tehran, 1999.

Ahmadi, Ramin. “Violations of Human Rights in Iran: The Case of Abbas AmirEntezam.” Master’s thesis, Yale University, 1997.

Ahmed, Leila. Women and Gender in Islam: Historical Roots of a Modern Debate. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992.

Alinaghi, Amir-Hossein. Nezarat bar Entekhabat va Tashkhis-e Salahiyyat-e Dawtalaban (Supervision of elections and determination of candidates’ qualifications). Tehran, 1999.

Alizadeh, Parvaneh. Khub Negah Konid, Rastagi Hast (Look carefully, it is real). Paris, 1997.

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