:: Volume 13, Issue 48 (HISTORICAL STUDIES OF ISLAM , 2020) ::
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the contexts of Iran's cultural continuity and resistance in the early Islamic centuries
Halimeh Jafarpoornasirmahalleh , Ahmadreza Khezri Seyed
university of tehran
Abstract:   (3057 Views)
after the conquest of Iran by the Arabs and then the change of political system of the country, Iran was able to keep its own cultural content and historical, literary and artistic authenticity. Although, the Islamization of Iran can be considered a turning point in the history of this country which led to profound changes in Iranian society, but, military defeat by Arabs and conversion to Islam didn't mean the end of Iran's cultural  power. Because the cultural elements of Iran and the presence of Iranians in the early Islamic centuries was so powerful that they not only created a new privileged identity within the Muslim world, but also affected on neighboring nations. The findings of this research shows that the factors such as Umayyad Arabism, Abbasid empowerment, the stablishment of native dynasties, the movement of Shoobieh, interaction of Iranian society with Islamic culture and literary artistic transitions provided the context for Iranian cultural resistance and continuity in the early Islamic centuries. This research paper, investigating the continuity of Iranian culture, is trying to explain the causes of this continuity after arrival of  Islam in aa historical studying through the descriptive-analytical method.
Keywords: contexts of Cultural continuity, Iranians, Sho'ubiyah Movement, Persian Language, native national governments.
Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/06/10 | Accepted: 2020/08/3 | Published: 2020/12/30

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