[استوانه کوروش بزرگ و اسناد “دیگر” در بابل, مصر و ستون سنگی یادبود خانتوس] “Other” Cylinders and Records before and after Cyrus the Great: Kelar, Babylon, Egypt and Xanthus. Studies in Honor of Professor Jalal Khaleghi Motlagh (ed. F. Aslani & M. Pourtaghi), Tehran: Morvarid Publications, pp.379-394.
Farrokh, K., Vasseghi, Sh., & Sánchez-Gracia, J. (2019). Western Persephobia: a brief overview and possible reasons for its origins (Part 1). Persian Heritage, 94, pp.23-24.
Farrokh, K., Vasseghi, Sh., & Sánchez-Gracia, J. (2019). Western Persephobia: a brief overview and possible reasons for its origins (Part 2). Persian Heritage, 95, pp.22-23.
Interview of Spanish Military Journal, Historia Rei Militaris, with Kaveh Farrokh (February 17, 2019)
Eurocentricism in Academia & Journalism
The Daily Telegraph
Iranian views of Eurocentricism against Cyrus the Great
Historical Revisionism against Greece & Armenia
Use of Internet to Perpetuate Eurocentricism
- The Guardian: Wikipedia cracks down on ‘paid advocacy editing and sockpuppetry’ (October, 22, 2013)
- The Daily Mail: Wikipedia or “Wicked-Pedia”? (February, 15, 2009)
- The Guardian: Wikipedia is Unreliable (January 28, 2009)
- The Telegraph: Wikipedia clamps down on ‘unreliable’ editors (September 20, 2007)
- New York Times: Political bias in Wikipedia (August 20, 2010)
- Guardian: Political editing on Wikipedia (August 18, 2010)
- The National Newspaper: Governments paying Cyber teams to spread favorable views on the internet (July 21, 2009)
- The Huffington Post: The funniest acts of Wikipedia vandalism ever (January 16, 2011)
- Forbes Magazine: Attack of the Blogs (November 14, 2005)
- Wiki-Rath: The Soros Connection (March, 2010)
Eurocentricism or Nordicism in Cinema
The “Middle East” Myth
Articles by the Shahrbaraz Blog (in Persian)
The Writings of the late Amir Mehdi Badi -امیر مهدی بدیع- against Classical Eurocentrist Historiography – NOTE: Mehdi Badi exposes the faults with the Herodotus-style of reasoning with respect to historical events by Classical sources and like-minded modern historians (in Persian)
Racialism and Neo-Orientalism