The death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of Iran’s morality police in September for not wearing the hijab properly was a fracturing point, prompting Iranian women to come on to the…Read More >
The Archaeology of Iran: the advantages of Open Access publishing
In the second of our blogs for International Open Access Week 2022, Roger Matthews reflects on the publication of The Archaeology of Iran from the Palaeolithic to the Achaemenid Empire,…Read More >
What next for Iran’s proxy network after killing of Qassem Soleimani?
Trump’s crackdown on Iran’s oil exports could backfire badly – with serious risks to global economy
Lost and Found: Excavating the world’s first farmers
By Professor Roger Matthews and Dr Wendy Matthews The transition of humankind from mobile hunters to settled farmers after the Ice Age is a period in history still shrouded in…Read More >