H. E. Chehabi

H. E. Chehabi is Professor of International Relations and History at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University.

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Cover: Onomastic Reforms: Family Names and State-Building in IranOnomastic Reforms: Family Names and State-Building in IranChehabi, H. E.PAPERBACK12/07/2020$17.95
Cover: Erin and Iran: Cultural Encounters between the Irish and the IraniansErin and Iran: Cultural Encounters between the Irish and the IraniansChehabi, H. E.
Neville, Grace
PAPERBACK10/26/2015$24.95
Cover: Persian Literature and Judeo-Persian Culture: Collected Writings of Sorour S. SoroudiPersian Literature and Judeo-Persian Culture: Collected Writings of Sorour S. SoroudiSoroudi, Sorour S.
Chehabi, H. E.
PAPERBACK11/01/2010$27.95
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