عنوان مقاله [English]
So far, the history of Kashan has been viewed through the eyes of many travelers, but these eyes have rarely been eyes of women travelers. Depicting Kashan’s situation in Naseri and Pahlavi era from writings of two women, who came from cultural archeologic families, is an important source of recognizing Kashan, which is analyzed in this article. This critical analysis is conducted with the assumption and purpose of development possibilities from the role of operator and structure (woman and city), and with a historical, comparative, and feminine point of view. The main sources for this inquiry are daily notes of Jane Dieulafoy and Tania Girshman when they were living our visiting Iran, which is in the form of their diary. The viewpoints of women are important because the most valuable look upon development has always been the look of those who are underdeveloped. Therefore, these notes are important from a sociological, historical, feminine, political, governmental, and also for the role Sialk and Kashan’s Telegraph house. Also, some of now a day’s reasons and teachings about development are presented in the end.