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The works published by Iran Academia University Press are limited to topics related to the field of social sciences and humanities. These books can be published in hard copy or electronically.

Single Volume
Single Volume Books
2 Post(s)
Human Rights Series
2 Post(s)
Marxian Psychology Series
3 Post(s)
Kurdish Studies Series

Archive Book

Kurdistan: Insights from Within
Kurdish Nationalism, Religion, and State
Kamal Soleimani, Trans: Sirwan Barzanji
Author: Kamal Soleimani, translator: Sirwan Barzanji, editor-in-chief: Omid Hoseyni, editor: Karzan Sanaei. The first book of "Kurdistan, Insights from Within" series, published by the Iran Academia University Press, under the "Kurdish Studies" Category. From the Editor-in-chief's Note: "Due to their historical and political situation, the Kurds need to translate and be translated more than other communities. Perhaps there are experiences, worldviews, and ideas in the context of Kurdistan society, or they have been produced through the mediation of Kurdish thinkers that remain unknown to the Kurds themselves. In this series, an attempt has been made to translate into Persian a collection of scientific approaches, ideas, analyses, and descriptions produced by Kurdish intellectuals, writers, and academics in the form of academic texts. We believe this will help us better understand the society of Kurdistan and the potential for Kurdish thinkers to be recognized both within and outside of Kurdistan. This series features a wide range of Kurdish writers and thinkers, but they all have chosen "Kurdistan" as their theoretical concern; each has analyzed different facets of Kurdish society." The free PDF version of this book is available on the Iran Academia Press website. The on-demand printed version is available for purchase.
Marxian Psychology Series
Rethinking Cultural-Historical Theory: A Dialectical Perspective to Vygotsky
Manolis Dafermos, Translated by Emanuel Shokrian
A dialectical way of thinking has been marginalized in the western academy. Western scholars and philosophers tend to examine dialectical thinking as irrelevant, vague, and problematic. The roots of the negative stance to dialectic can be found in the “cult of empiricism” (Toulmin and Leary 1985) and the “enduring dominance of positivism” (Breen and Darlaston-Jones 2008) in psychology as well as in other disciplines. Additionally, it should be mentioned that schematic and formalist interpretations of dialectics doubtless contribute to the reproduction of its negative reception in western Academia.
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The people’s voice cannot be silenced
Farzin Vahdat
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Human Rights and Public Goods in Modern Political Thought
Mahmoud Masaeli
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Is There a Marxist Psychology?
Arzan Publications
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Why did the Soviet Union collapse? From Leninism to Putinism
Kazem Alamdari
Human Rights Series
An Introduction to Freedom and Human Rights in International Political Theory
Mahmoud Masaeli
The purpose of this book and its subsequent volumes is to enlighten the minds of Iranian youth and all those who speak Persian, including our Afghan and Tajik brothers and sisters.
Marxian Psychology Series
Rethinking Cultural-Historical Theory: A Dialectical Perspective to Vygotsky
Manolis Dafermos, Trans. by: Emanuel Shokrian
The fifth volume of the Marxist Psychology Collection, edited and translated by Emmanuel Shokrian - Published by Iran Academia University Press