Local historiography of Kurdistan and the appearance of first female historian of Iran
Among Iran's States and cities, Kurdistan has various local historiographies, mostly written in the Qajar era. Patriotism and its outstanding stand in Iran and also personal interests of historians as well as the encouragement of local governors are a few reasons of the appearance of the local historiography of Kurdistan. Sharafname-ye Badlisi, is the Source of Kurdistan's local historiography and also a reference of other Kurd historians was written in the Safavid era. During the Qajar era, local historiography of Kurdistan went on and found its enlightened summit and position. The first female historian of Iran belonged to the local historiography of Kurdistan. Kurdistan's historiography mostly deals with Kurd tribes and governors, especially Ardalani's governors of Sanandaj and as well as the events related to them. During the end of the Naseri's and the Mozafari's era, two books named: Hadiqe-ye Naseri and Tohfe-ye Naseri were written. These books highlighted well features and properties of local historiography including, geographical and social issues, culture, population, social classes, public place, financial condition and agricultural situation.Even if, at the end of the Qajar era, new critical viewpoints were proposed in Kurdistan historiography, the local historiography of Kurdistan can be considered as a continuum of traditional historiography of Iran.
Journal of Historical Researches, Volume:1 Issue:1, 2009
113 - 128
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