The following is a selection of articles that Moshe Dayan Center researchers have published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and other publications.
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This study examines the place of the Amazigh movement and communities in the evolving political fortunes of North African states.
Anglo-Iranian Treaty Negotiations: Reza Shah, Teymurtash and the British Government, 1927–32 (Iranian Studies)
Chelsi Mueller has recently published an article in Iranian Studies, which examines the negotiations held between 1927-1932 between Reza Shah's court minister, ‘Abdolhossein Khan Teymurtash, and the British Legation in Tehran.
Fatima's Revolutionary Image in Fadak fi al-Ta'rikh (1955): The Inception of Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr's Activism
Rachel Kantz Feder writes in the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies of the inception of Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr's activism.
Dr. Harel Chorev published in the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies an article examining Shi'i elites in Lebanon.
Prof. Ofra Bengio and Prof. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman perform a comparative analysis of the role of diaspora communities in the political and cultural activities of the Kurds and the Berbers (Amazigh).