Book Reviews / Iran and the Caucasus 15 (2011) 337-340 337 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157338411X12870596615999 H. E. Chehabi, Vanessa Martin (eds.), Iran’s Constitutional Revolution: Popu- lar Politics, Cultural Transformations and Transnational Connections , London: “I. B. Tauris”, 2010, 504 pp. This is a collection of papers that focus on one of the more interesting events in Iranian history. Divided into five parts with twenty-two chap- ters, 1 the volume is comprised by scholars from across the world who attended a conference held on the Iranian Constitutional Revolution at Oxford University from July 30-August 2, 2006. Joanna de Groot, in her piece on historiography, explains that investigators themselves (of any discipline) cannot be divorced from their research, from the events and people they are investigating, as they themselves make choices on whom to research and what accounts to use (pp. 19-26). It seems to this end that, from a general overview of methodology to a discussion of specific proceedings and historical figures, the authors address several current questions related to the Constitutional Revolution that allow for the “open[ing] up [of] new avenues of interpretation” (p. xxi). Of the events and figures discussed, several themes appear
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