The First “Iranian-Armenian” in America

For many Iranians, the question of “belonging” in the United States has been a fraught one because of the volatile situation the community has faced in recent decades. This antagonism towards Iranians has perhaps incidentally covered up the long connection between the United States and Iran: the fact that there have been Iranians in the United States since the 1600s.
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Scholarship in the Service of Empire: The Legacy of Ann K.S. Lambton in 20th Century Iran

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Adam Becker on Assyrians, Evangelicals, and Borderland Nationalism

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Call for Submissions – Banned: Seven Weeks of Literature

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“Are We German or German-Iranian?”: Reflections On Identity In the Wake of the Munich Attack

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