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Among his best-known books are his Authority in Islam; Theology of Discontent; Truth and Narrative; Close Up: Iranian Cinema, Past, Present, Future; Staging a Revolution: The Art of Persuasion in the Islamic Republic of Iran; Masters and Masterpieces of Iranian Cinema; Iran: A People InterruptedShi’ism: A Religion of Protest, and an edited volume, Dreams of a Nation: On Palestinian Cinema.

His books have been widely received and critically acclaimed, including the Association of American Publishers Award for Best Book in Philosophy and Religion for his Authority in Islam, as well as the Columbia’s landmark Lionel Trilling Award for his Truth and Narrative, and the Marginal Revolution Book of the Year 2011 for his Shi’ism: A Religion of Protest.

His Most recent work includes Shi’ism: A Religion of Protest (Harvard, 2011), The Arab Spring: The End of Postcolonialism (Zed, 2012), Corpus Anarchicum: Political Protest, Suicidal Violence, and the Making of the Posthuman Body (Palgrave 2012), The World of Persian Literary Humanism (Harvard University Press, 2012), Being A Muslim in the World (Palgrave 2013), Can Non-Europeans Think? (Zed, 2015), The Shahnameh:  The Persian Epic as World Literature (Columbia University Press (2019), and Reversing the Colonial Gaze: Persian Travelers Abroad  (Cambridge University Press, 2020).

Islamic Liberation Theology: Resisting the Empire

By Hamid Dabashi
Routledge, 2008

The Adventures of Amir Hamza

Introduction by Hamid Dabashi
Translation by Musharraf Ali Farooqi
Random House Modern Library, 2007

Iran: A People Interrupted

By Hamid Dabashi

Dreams of a Nation: On Palestinian Cinema

Edited with an introduction and another major essay by Hamid Dabashi
Verso, 2006

Image: Cover scan of the book "Shirin Neshat"
Shirin Neshat

Contributor: Hamid Dabashi
Steidl, Gerhard Druckerei und Verlag, 2006

Image: Scan of the "Muslim Studies" book's front cover
Muslim Studies

Major new introduction by Hamid Dabashi
Aldine Transaction, 2005

Image: Cover scan of the book "Shirin Neshat: The Last Word"
Shirin Neshat: The Last Word

Contributor: Hamid Dabashi
Charta, 2006

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Ithaca College, NY
"Hamid Dabashi lovingly writes about the history of Iran that teaches us how to understand a people overshadowed by the grand narratives of political (mis)representation." Gayatri Spivak
Columbia University
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Cornell University
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University of London
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Cornell University
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Boston University
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Columbia University
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Cornell University
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Ithaca College, NY
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Duke University
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University of Leeds, UK
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SUNY, New York
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Baruch College, New York
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Liverpool John Moores University, UK
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Georgetown University
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Georgetown University
"Dabashi has an astonishing ability to range over some of the most complex issues of modern intellectual life." Sudipta Kaviraj
Columbia University
"If anyone can lay claim to Nima Yushij's statement that this world is his home, it is Hamid Dabashi. I want a very broad readership to know the quality of his writing and thinking, of his immense epistemic and historical scholarship." Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
Columbia University
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Columbia University
"Hamid Dabashi is one of the foremost exponent today of postcolonial critical theory, whose work deserves to be called post-colonial with all the multivalence of this description." Sudipta Kaviraj
Columbia University
"Hamid Dabashi's writings on Iranian culture and politics brilliantly re-imagine the rich heritage of a shared past and a conflicted present. His reflections on revolution and nationhood, poetry and cinema, philosophy and the sacred, are urgent, provocative, complex, and highly original." Timothy Mitchell
Columbia University
"Equally fluent in philosophical reasoning, literary interpretation, visual hermeneutics and writing with a rare combination of penetration and lyricism, Dabashi's work continues values of both modern critical theory and the highly sophisticated and subtle intellectual traditions of Iranian... reflection -- for both of which he is an wonderfully sympathetic reader." Sudipta Kaviraj
Columbia University
"Hamid Dabashi belongs to a marvelous tradition of poetic thinkers, whose deep insights are crafted in magnificent poetic prose." Gilbert Achcar
University of London
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University of London
"In Dabashi's work, post-coloniality does not mean a denial or denunciation of the modern European tradition of philosophy and social theory, but their effortless absorption into a larger, more complex reflection." Sudipta Kaviraj
Columbia University
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