Dr Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi
Honorary Research Fellow
Dr Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford and Series Editor of Radical Histories of the Middle East (Oneworld Publications).
He has taught at the University of Oxford, SOAS, and the University of Exeter. His research interests focus on 20th century Iranian political and intellectual history.
He obtained his DPhil in Middle Eastern Studies from Queen's College, University of Oxford under the supervision of Dr Homa Katouzian focusing on post-revolutionary Iranian intellectual and political history.
His research interests comprise 20th century Iranian political, intellectual and social history, Marxism, Marxist political economy, Iranian left-wing and Islamist political organisations, parties and movements, political Islam, transnational Shīʿī Islam, and the Shīʿī ʿulamāʾ.
He has published articles in the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Iranian Studies, Digest of Middle East Studies, among other venues, and his forthcoming monograph on the intellectual and political genealogies of Iran's post-revolutionary reform movement is due to be published by Cambridge University Press.