Click here to load reader

Annotated Bibliography

  • View
    25

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

Works Cited

Text of Annotated Bibliography

Works Cited Abrahamian, Ervand. Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic Republic. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. Print. This book contains many essays by prominent historians regarding the rise of Khomeinism and its impacts on Iran, the Middle East, and the world. It probed many issues such as the communist influence in Iran, rivaling ideologies, and the nature of Iranian Government. This book was very useful in learning about issues discussed on the "Turning Tables: Starting the Revolution" page. - - -. "The 1953 Coup in Iran." The 1953 Coup in Iran. Vol. 65. N.p.: S&S Quarterly, Inc., 2001. 182-215. JSTOR. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . We used this book excerpt from JSTOR for a quote said by Dwight D. Eisenhower which reads "Matters came to a head in August when for three days, Mossadeq, backed by the Communist party, seemed to be the irresistible dictator of Iran. One senior diplomat even advised that we should snuggle up to him... but fortunately, the loyalty of the army and the fear of communism saved the day." This quote represents the U.S. Intelligence point of view during the 1953 coup. Government leaders over exaggerated the threat of communism in the region, and yet most Americans still believed the Tudeh to be a legitimate threat. We used this quote on the "Reasons for Iran's Coup: A Ticking Time Bomb" page. Adib-Moghaddam, Arshin. Iran in World Politics. New York: Columbia UP, n.d. Print. This book was an insight into domestic and foerign policies of post-revolution Iran. It also assessed the Impact of the Iran-Iraq war page, and the books basic ideals were usewd in writing the Impact page.

Albright, Madeleine K. "American-Iranian Relations." U.S. Department of State. Washington D.C. 17 Mar. 2000. Print. Speech transcript. This transcript of a Madeleine Albright speech came in useful when proving a point that Iran's coup was a major political setback. When Mosaddeq was in power, he advocated progressive policy that the West was not prepared to handle. Since Secretary Albright illustrated this point in no uncertain terms, it was a perfect match for out "Turning Tables: Starting the Revolution" page. Amanpour, Christian, David Burnett, and John Kifner. 44 Days: Iran and the Remaking of the World. Ed. Robert Pledge and Jacques Menasche. N.p.: National Geographic, 2009. Print. This book was a day-by-day photo essay of the 1979 revolution, containing many highquality color and black-and white photographs. Our site will be enhanced by these photos and will provide context on many of our pages. Athanasiadis, Iason. "After Sunday clashes in Iran, 'Green Movement' supporters take stock." Christian Science Monitor. Christian Science Monitor, 28 Dec. 2009. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . We used this article disucussing the increasing intensity of anti-regime protests for an image of a young protester on our Iran today page. The articel showed us that there may be parallels between the Iranian revolution and the Green Movement. "Ayatollah Khomeini." ABC-CLIO World History: The Modern Era. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . This excellent article gave an overview of Khomeini's life and his influence on the revolution. It provide

generals details of his life before the revolution began in Iran. It also explained how Khomeini utilized the revolution to implement a theocracy in Iran. Ayatollah Khomeini. 1 Feb. 1979. AP/Wide World Photos. ABC-CLIO World History: The Modern Era. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . This photograph of Ayatollah Khomeini shows him being met my his supporters after his return to Iran. We will use this image on our Timeline, on "The Revolution" page. "Ayatollah Khomeini: quote on laws." ABC-CLIO World History: The Modern Era. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . This database article contained the following quote by Ayatollah Khomeini: "If laws are needed, Islam has established them all. There is no need... after establishing a government, to sit down and draw up laws." We used this quote on the "Thesis" page to emphasize Khomeini's belief in the Islamic Theocracy. "Ayatollah Khomeini: quote on the 1979 Islamic Revolution." ABC-CLIO World History: The Modern Era. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . We found this important quote in this ABC-CLIO database article. It explains the struggle of Muslims in the 1979 Revolution and how Islam is the only power that can perfect Iran. We used this quote to explain Khomeini's strong belief in the potential universality of Islam.

"Ayatollah Khomeini: speech on the uprising of Khurdad 15 (1979)." ABC-CLIO World History: The Modern Era. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . This speech was given after the suppression of the Khurdad 15 rebellion against Khomeini and the Revolution. It lashed out against the protesting Kurds and praised Islam as a way forward. "Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini." Newsmakers (1989): n. pag. Gale World History In Context. Web. 2 Jan. 2013. . This article provided valuable information on the life of Ayatollah Khomeini. It also provided an overview of Khomeini's actions during the revolution and his role in its success. Bakhash, Shaul, et al. Iran's Revolution. Ed. R. K. Ramazani. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1990. Print. This excellent source gives an in depth look into the days of the revolution. It provides the reasons for the iranians hatred for the Shah and the events that led up to the revolution. It also provided insight on Khomeini's rule in the revolution and his role in the new government afterwards. Ballistic missile on display in front of Khomeini portrait. N.d. AP/World Wide Photos. ABCCLIO World History: The Modern Era. Web. 29 Jan. 2013. . We used this image of a missile on display in front of Khomeini's face on our "Events" page. Bashi, Golbarg. "Feminist Waves in the Iranian Green Tsunami?" PBS. PBS, 29 June 2009. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . This article provided in depth and incisive analysis of thew role of women in the Green Movement. We used an image from that site in our section

on the Green Movement. The article hypothesized that women needed to be a part of the new regime, should the old one fail, so that equal rights are restored. Bellaigue, Christopher De. "A Crass and Consequential Error." The New York Review of Books. NYREV, n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . This long and complex article was used for two things, a picture for our Mosaddeq page and analysis of the long-term effects of the coup. It noted that had Iran kept Mosaddeq, it would have been an island of stability in the Middle East. The writer also states that Iran's quest for democracy seems an exercise in futulity, an oft repeated creed. Berehulak, Daniel. Egypt Prepares For Run-Off Presidential Election. 14 June 2012. Getty Images. Universal Images Group. Britannica Image Quest. Web. 19 Feb. 2013. . This photograph of graffiti in Cairo depicted the faces of several of Egypt's Presidential candidates, including Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Amr Mussa, and Ahmed Shafiq. We used this image on our "Rise of Fundamentalism" page. Birdsall, John. The Shah of Iran : 1959. 1959. PA ARCHIVE IMAGES. Universal Images Group. Britannica Image Quest. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . We used this image of the Shah and the Queen of Iran on the "Events" page of our website.

Bobin, Michael P. "The Iranian Revolution: Islamic Fundamentalism Confronts Modern Secularism." History Behind the Headlines: The Origins of Conflicts Worldwide. By Meghan Appel O'Meara. Ed. Nancy Matsuzak and Sonia G. Benson. Vol. 2. Detroit: Gale, 2001. 132-40. Gale World History in Context. Web. 15 Nov. 2012. . This article did not primarily focus on the actual events of the revolution, but instead focused on the precedent for the revolution. It also hypothesized as to the future of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The analysis in the article will be useful for providing historical context in our thesis and on or website. Brinton, Crane. The Anatomy of Revolution. 3rd ed. 1938. New York: Vintage Books, 1965. Print. This book compares the similarity of major revolutions in history, and is considered the seminal work on the currents of revolution. We used this book to parallel the Iranian revolution to other major revolutions. It also proved how Iran is a classic turning point in history. "British Evacuate." Freer Sackler. The Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art, 2012. Web. 23 Jan. 2013. . We used this image on a slideshow on the "Coup" page to show the events from the British point of view.

Byrne, Malcolm, ed. "20 Years after the Hostages: Declassified Documents on Iran and the United States." gwu.edu. George Washington University, 5 Nov. 1999. Web. 13 Feb. 2013. . We used these documents from the website and an excellent quote on our "Operation Ajax" page. Chauvel, Patrick. Khomeini's Long Shadow: 30 Years After the Iran Hostage Crisis Read more: http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1878162,00.html#ixzz2KYVKc5Dk. 2009. Sygma. Corbis. Time. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . We used these images of Khomeini throughout our website. We used these images on the "Ayatollah Khomeini" page and the thesis page. Clement Atlee (1883-1967) British Labour statesman: Deputy prime minister in wartime cabinet under Churchill (1842-1945): prime minister 1945-1951. Member of Parliamnet for Limehouse. N.d. Universal History Archive. Universal Images Group. Britannica Image Quest. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. . We used this picture of British Prime Minister Clement Atlee on our "Reasons for Iran's Coup: A Ticking Time Bomb" page. Coughlin, Con. Khoimeini's Ghost. New York: HarperCollins, 2009. Print. This book is a complete autobiography of Ayatollah Khomeini, starting with his childhood and ending with his death. The book continued into how his legacy affects Iran, and a lengthy discussion of the terror groups founded on the ideals of Khomeini's Islamic constitution. Daniel, Clifton. "Red Threat in Iran Held Exaggerated." The New York Times [New York] 25 Jan. 1953: n. pag. ProQuest Historical Newspapers. Web. 10 Feb.