Olga M. Davidson

Olga M. Davidson is a Faculty Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations at Boston University.

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Cover: The Arts of Iran in Istanbul and Anatolia: Seven EssaysThe Arts of Iran in Istanbul and Anatolia: Seven EssaysDavidson, Olga M.
Simpson, Marianna Shreve
PAPERBACK04/22/2019$24.95
Cover: Ferdowsi’s <i>Shāhnāma</i>: Millennial PerspectivesFerdowsi’s Shāhnāma: Millennial PerspectivesDavidson, Olga M.
Simpson, Marianna Shreve
PAPERBACK12/23/2013$17.95
Cover: Comparative Literature and Classical Persian Poetics: Second EditionComparative Literature and Classical Persian Poetics: Second EditionDavidson, Olga M.PAPERBACK07/15/2013$19.95
Cover: Poet and Hero in the Persian Book of Kings: Third EditionPoet and Hero in the Persian Book of Kings: Third EditionDavidson, Olga M.PAPERBACK07/08/2013$24.95
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