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Despite its classically appreciated rank in the constellation of Shia world, its key role in the turbulences that led to the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran, and its contentious relevance since the establishment of Islamic Republic, Qom has been one of the least researched cities of modern Iran. Of the few inquiries carried out around the city and its late sociology, almost none has taken into account arch-structures of capitalist political economy and the undercurrents of middle-classdoi:10.17192/meta.2019.12.7932 fatcat:zey3mwex5jcvlgqo2jwhu77gva