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“Welcome to Divinity College”

Subjectification in Pilgrimage to the Iran-Iraq War Battlefields in Contemporary Iran

Mahshid Zandi

“ Be danshegah-e Ilahiat khosh amadid ” 1 (Welcome to Divinity College), reads a welcome sign on the state-sponsored fieldtrips to the Iran-Iraq War (1980–1988) battlefields in Iran, known as Rahian-e Noor (travelers of the light; henceforth RN

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The Shadows of Knowability

Reading between Opaque Narrative and Transparent Text

Younes Saramifar

one can think about opacity/transparency through the lenses of speculative realism and object-oriented philosophy. I do so by drawing examples from memories of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1989) and my experience of reading the auto/biographies of former

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Knowledge at a Distance, Authority, and the Pilgrim's Gaze—A Reflection

Jackie Feldman

patina by conforming to religiously inscribed patterns that are understood to be innate—a sort of archetype in collective unconsciousness. If properly framed and narrated, the sacrifice of the Iran-Iraq War will resonate with this faculty or archetype