Aims & Scope

Mardomnameh is a people's history research journal, currently printed twice per year and available in a digital format. The journal is published in Persian but we strongly welcome contributions to our blog and social media platforms from all scholars and researchers that work on people's history. On our English website, we hope to make our content increasingly more accessible to our international audience. Mardomnameh publishes articles, translations, interviews and review articles in relation to all genres and fields of relevance to people's history, including but not limited to: history of beliefs, history of emotions, history of letter-writing, subaltern history, microhistory, sociolinguistic history, women's history, history of childhood, history of music and history of objects.

Editorial Board & Advisors

Mohammad Javad Abdollahi, National Library and Archives of Iran/ Seyyed Hashem Aghajari, Tarbiat Modarres University/ Touraj Atabaki, Amsterdam Institute of Social History/ Touraj Daryaee, University of California, Irvine/ Simin Fasihi, Alzahra University/ Hossein Moftakhari, Kharazmi University/ Ebrahim Moosapoor Boshla, Encyclopaedia Islamica / Afsaneh Najmabadi, Harvard University/ Hossein Ali Nozari, Azad University/ Maghsood Ali Sadeghi, Tarbiat Modarres University/ Karim Soleimani, University of Shahid Beheshti/ Sohrab Yazdani, Kharazmi University 

Editor in Chief
Dariush Rahmanian
​​​​​​​University of Tehran

Deputy Editor : Mehdi Mirzaee
Administrative and Public Relations manager : ​​​​​​​Hossein Manuchehri 

Copy Editor : Azadeh Hassanein
Web content management: Anoushe Modarresi

(print) ISSN 2821-0336

​​Submission Guidelines

Blog Guidelines

Submission Form

​​​- Mardomnameh accepts submissions in the field of people's history. Submissions to the journal should be original and exclusive to Mardomnameh.

- Submissions to the journal must be in Persian only. In our Blog, we accept blog posts/review articles in English on fields/genres of relevance to people's history.

- Submissions to the journal must not exceed 6,000 words, For the blog, the maximum is 1,500 words.

​​​​​​​- In blog posts, photos and videos should be referenced, with hyperlinks applied where relevant.  

- A short biography detailing the writers' research fields and research interests should be included. 


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