In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Society of History
Volume 9 (2021)
Volume 8 (2020)
Volume 7 (2019)
Volume 6 (2018)
Volume 5 (2017)
Volume 4 (2016)
Volume 3 (2015)
Volume 2 (2013)
Volume 1 (2013)
Number of Volumes 10
Number of Issues 20
Number of Articles 244
Number of Contributors 404
Article View 311,605
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View Per Article 1277.07
PDF Download Per Article 1313.58
Number of Submissions 1,740
Rejected Submissions 1,287
Reject Rate 74
Accepted Submissions 244
Acceptance Rate 14
Time to Accept (Days) 564
Number of Indexing Databases 7
Number of Reviewers 302

Research Journal of Iran Local Histories is an open access and peer-reviewed bi-quarterly journal dedicated to the advancement of Iran Local Histories

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Bibliographic Information

Research Journal of Iran Local Histories

ISSN: Print: 2345-2390

           Online: 2538-5321


  • Introduction, Critique and Analytical Review of Iranian Local History Sources
  • Introducing, reviewing and analyzing documents related to Iranian local history
  • Identification and revival of manuscripts related to local history of Iran;
  • Explaining the Importance of Local Historiography and the Necessity of Recognizing Local History for Optimal Understanding of Iranian History
  • Understanding the culture and civilization of different Iranian ethnic groups historically
  • Introducing Iranian Local Governments
  • The Role of Local Governments and Local Families in Iranian Historical Developments
  • The Role of Local Families in the Development of Iranian Culture and Civilization
  • Identifying influential local personalities in political history ranian Cultural and Civilization
  • Social and cultural art history of different regions of Iran

  • Language: Persian; including English abstracts and bibliographies
  • Start Year: 2012
  • Frequency: Bi-quarterly
  • Place of Publication: Iran
  • Publisher: University of Payame Noor
  • Status: Active
  • Refereed: Yes
  • Type of Access: Open Access (OA)
  • Type of License: CC- BY
  • Plagiarism Detection Software: Hamyab
  • Type of Publication: Online submission, Free 
  • Full text access: Open Access
  • Revenue Sources: Institutional support, Donation
  • Type of Material: Serial (Periodical)
Investigating public health developments in Isfahan in the late 13th and early 14th centuries AH

afarin tavakoli; Vajihe Forutan

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 1-13

   Isfahan lacked suitable sanitation during the Qajar era. Some significant issues were the lack of healthy drinking water, unsanitary baths, and sewage disposal. In the Zell-e-Sultan period, due to some corrective measures, the health condition of the city improved partly. Based on the documents, ...  Read More

Investigating the Situation of Major Ownership and Small Ownership and Types of Ownership Interests in Fars on the Eve of Land Reforms

zeynab ghanbarynejad; habibullah saeedinia

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 15-28

  Fars was one of the Major landowner areas in the country, and a large part of this area was the territory of tribes and nomads of the southern regions of the country whose rulers were the owners of many properties in Fars and allowed many atrocities against their subjects. The agricultural lands in the ...  Read More

Reformatories in Tehran During the Pahlavi Period and the Study of the Status of Children Living in it

yaghoub khazaei

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 29-39

  The concept of "childhood" is one of the relatively neglected concepts in the science of history, and the field of "children's punishments" is neglected more than "childhood". In modern criminal law, juvenile delinquents have inalienable rights such as living in a separate place from adult prisoners. ...  Read More

The land of Mesopotamia: Geographical Connection - Historical Influence on the eve of Conquest of Iran by Muslims

Mahdi Ebadi; naser adiban

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 41-55

  There are numerous historical analyzes about the process of the conquest of Iran by the Muslims, but the importance and determining the influence of the developments of the border regions and cities of Mesopotamia in the late Sassanid era have not been paid much attention to and have been neglected. ...  Read More

Sufis and Sultans: Political Actions of Naqshbandi Sheikhs in the Ashtarkhanids Realm

Ali Aramjoo; Mohammad Ali Kazembeyki

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 57-71

  Sufism, which following the collapse of the Ilkhanate had gradually entered the social, economic, and political spheres, continued to play a significant role in these fields during the Uzbek domination on Transoxiana. Meanwhile, the Naqshbandiyya Tariqa was more important due to its spread and numerous ...  Read More

Ups and downs of the 18th National Assembly elections in Kermanshah constituency (1332-1335)

Ebtehaj salimi; hasan zandiyehh; manocher samadivand; masomeh gharadaghi

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 73-90

  The coup against Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh supported by foreign powers on August 19, 1953, was the beginning of a new era in Iran's parliamentary history of Iran. After this incident, the parliament and elections were completely under the supervision of the government and its officials. The province of ...  Read More

Interaction and confrontation between Ardalan and Zanganeh in the Safavid period

Abdolhadi Khademyani; mahbuob mahdavian; Amir Abdulahi

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 91-102

  Examining the relations between tribes and tribes is one of the important topics of Iranian history. This issue is more important in the Safavid period, especially in the western regions of Iran, due to the hostile relations with the Ottoman government. In this article, the activism of two Kurdish clans ...  Read More

Explanation of Shiraz demography in the Mongol period (623 AH-736 AH)

Ali Bahranipour; Lida Mavadatt; Ali Tavakolian

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 103-116

  One of the most important consequences of the invasion and conquest of Iran by the Mongols in the 7th century of Hijri (13 AD) was the drastic population fluctuations in different states. In the meantime, Shiraz, as the capital of Pars state under the command of Atabakan Fars, despite the lack of political ...  Read More

Transformation of Kerman Judiciary in the era of constitution 1906-1925

Farhad dashtaki nia

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 117-130

  With the establishment of the constitutional system, changes were made in some elements of the Iranian bureaucracy. The Iranian judiciary was not excluded from those changes, and with the passage of the constitutional amendment, the new order that was being established was affected. One of the branches ...  Read More

Reviewing the utilization of Tehran's space during contemporary events (case study of the constitutional revolution)

akram khalilipour; Reza Afhami; Seyyed Mehdi Mousavi Kohper; Dariush Rahmanian Koshki

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 131-144

  Social movements are the breaking point of the long-standing system of relations within space and its transformation in terms of meaning and production of new spaces. Therefore, the present study aims to find the transformation of space in one of the most important contemporary social movements, namely ...  Read More

Analyzing the Challenges and Policies of the Umayyads in the Administration of Kerman

Farinaz Hooshyar; Soheila Torabi Farsani; faeezeh saberi

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 145-158

  Kerman has always been an independent satrapy, province, and nation from the Achaemenid period until the end of the Sassanid period, and was sometimes governed by the Sassanid princes. After the conquest by the Muslim Arabs, this province was not an independent province until the 1950s, because it was ...  Read More

An Analysis of the Civil Conflict Between the Roudanis and Ibrahim Qavam Al-Mulk Based on Documents (1934-1953)

mohamad sedaghati; mohamad amir shikhnouri; abbas ovaysi; hosein hozhabrian

Volume 10, Issue 20 , October 2022, Pages 159-173

  From the end of the Qajar dynasty, tax collection was given to the Ghavam-ol-Molk family in some parts of present-day Hormozgan, such as Rudan and Ahmadi, but in 1316, Bandar Abbas, Rudan, and Minab became part of the eighth province with Kerman as its center. From 1313 AH, disputes arose between Ibrahim ...  Read More

Kurdish Relations with the Safavid and Ottoman Governments from Shah Ismail I to the End of the Reign of Shah Abbas I (907- 1038 AH)

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Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2015, , Pages 122-136

  From the very beginning until the fall of the dynasty of the Safavids Kurdish tribes had a significant position. Although the presence and power of Kurds in any period of the Safavid state was different in the sense that sometimes highlights the essential role and sometimes it was weak and ineffective, ...  Read More

States Campaign Against Anti-tribal Policies of Reza Shah Relying on the Beyranvand Tribe of Lorestan

Soraya kornokar; Zarife Kazemi

Volume 5, Issue 9 , March 2017, , Pages 125-138

  Reza Shah came to throne in Iran when the government of Iran was faced with the political and military weakness and also was the plaything of the powers of the north and south of the country, namely Russia and Britain. The tribes in the region had its own power and influence. Reza Khan, since the establishment ...  Read More

The Indo-European, Old Iranian Fire and its Association with the Lurish Fire

Behzar Moeini Sam; Jafar Jafari; Sara Mohammadi Ovandi

Volume 8, Issue 15 , March 2020, , Pages 229-244

  The origin of the new  Iranian tribes originates in the common proto-Indo-European and Aryan era, who lived on a region known as the Pontic-Caspian and Kazakhastan (the Andronovo culture belongs to the Indo-Iranian tribes), and we can find out to their common heritage in spite of their separation ...  Read More

A Study of Role and Status of the Lashani Tribe in the Fars Province from Late Safavid to the End of Qajar Era

Mojtaba Jokar; Reza Moeini Roudbali

Volume 7, Issue 14 , September 2019, , Pages 191-206

  Lashani, as one of the small tribe of Fars, has gone through a tumultuous period . The tribe was first mentioned in the late sources of Safavid period when they participated in the fight against the Afghans. Gaining power by Karim khan Zand and his presence in the Fars province, they allied with him ...  Read More

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