Open to all scholars in relevant fields and seeking a global audience, Hunara is a professional venue for scholarly debates about ancient Iranian arts and history. The period covered is from ca. the beginning of the 3rd millennium BC to ca. the end of the 7th century AD.
Some of the key objectives the journal seeks to achieve include:
- to stimulate scholarly debates about ancient Iranian arts and history;
- to present analytical discussions and showcase the new findings;
- to integrate primary sources with new scientific theories to offer new arguments;
- to promote interdisciplinary research in the realm of ancient Iranian arts and history;
- to keep the audience up-to-date, and feed future debates;
- to make ideas, topics, and processes in the targeted fields accessible to anybody interested.