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Shakeri, Khosrow

SHAKERI, Khosrow

SHAKERI, Khosrow. Also writes as Cosroe Chaqueri. Iranian, b. 1938. Genres: History, Intellectual history, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Mazdak Publications, Florence, Italy, general editor, 1969-78; Tehran University, Iran, assistant professor of economics, 1979-80; Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France, lecturer and associate professor of history, 1982-85, lecturer and research fellow, 1998-; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Washington, DC, resident scholar, 1986, research scholar, 1987-88; University of California, Los Angeles, visiting scholar at Center for Near Eastern Studies, 1986, visiting associate professor of history, 1987; Harvard University, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Cambridge, MA, visiting scholar and research fellow, 1988-91, senior research fellow, 1992-94, 1996-; University of Chicago, IL, visiting scholar at Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 1991; DePaul University, Chicago, visiting associate professor of history, 1991-92; Columbia University, Center for Iranian Studies, NYC, assistant editor, Encyclopaedia Iranica, 1994-96; University of Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, lecturer in modern Iranian history, 1977-80. Publications: Historical Documents: The Workers', Social Democracy, and Communist Movement in Iran (in Persian), 23 vols., 1969-; (ed., trans., and contrib.) Documentary History of the Work- ers', Social Democratic, and Communist Movement in Iran, 10 vols., 1975- 91; Beginning Politics: The Reproductive Cycle of Iranian Children's Tales and Games, 1992, rev. ed., 1996; (as Cosroe Chaqueri) The Soviet Socialist Republic of Iran, 1920-1921, 1995; The Armenians of Iran, 1997; Russo- Caucasian Origins of the Iranian Left, 2000. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Bureau 827 EHESS, 54 Bd. Raspail, 75006 Paris, France. Online address: [email protected]

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