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Hossein Pirnajmuddin, PhD

Associate Professor
English Department
University of Isfahan
Isfahan, Iran

81746-73441
Office Tel: +98 (0)31 37932137
Email: pirnajmuddin@fgn.ui.ac.ir
Webpage: http://fgn.ui.ac.ir/~pirnajmuddin

 

 

 

Education

 

-          1994: BA in English language and literature from Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman

-          1996: MA in English literature from University of Tehran

-          2002: PhD in English literature from University of Birmingham, UK.

-          MA Dissertation title: A Survey of the Theme of Messianism in Three Works of the Twentieth Century American Literature

-          PhD Dissertation title: Orientalist Representations of Persia in the Works of Spenser, Marlowe, Milton, Moore and Morier

 

Experience

 

-          1996 to 1998: Lecturer at Kashan University

-          2002 to 2004: Faculty member of English Department, Kashan University

-          2004 to present: Faculty member of English Department, University of Isfahan

 

Awards and Achievements

 

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Books

 

 

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Pirnajmuddin, H., & Ahmadgoli, K. (2010/1389). An introduction to English literature.

Tehran: SAMT.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2014). East of representation: The East in English Renaissance literature.

New York: Open Science.

 

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Rahnama, M., Abbasi, P. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2022). Throbbing between Two Lives: The

Keatsian sublime in a selection of T.S. Eliots early poetry (1915-1925). Porsesh.

 

 

 

 

Journal Articles

 

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Pirnajmuddin, H. (2005). The Antique Guize: Persia in The Faerie Queene. Spenser

Studies, 20(20), 145-67.

 

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34-41.

 

یی . ( 1384). ی. ی ی 28 53-69.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2006). Spenser's The Faerie Queene. The Explicator. 64 (3), 131-33.

 

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97 -103.

 

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ی ی 39 5-20.

 

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5(19) 5-22.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2008). Milton's Dark Divan. The Explicator, 66(2), 68-73.

 

یی . ی . ( 1387). ی ییی: یی ی ی.

ی ی 45 17-30.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2008). The double function of orientalist discourse in James

Morier's Hajji Baba novels. Journal of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Shahid

Bahonar University of Kerman, 23, 17-38.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2009). Of books and letters: The ending of Joseph Conrad's typhoon.

The Explicator, 67(3), 183-186.

 

Marandi, M., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2009). Constructing an axis of evil: Iranian memoirs in

'the land of the free.' American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 26(2), 23-47.

 

Parvaresh, Sh., & Pirnajmuddin, H., Ouliaeinia, H. (2009). Persian translation of

adjectives in the impressionist style of Joseph Conrad: the case of Heart of Darkness.

Translation Studies, 7(26), 47-57.

 

Marandi, M., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2010). "Imaginative geography": orientalist

discourse in Paradise Lost. Pazhuhesh-e zabanha-ye Khareji, 56, 181-196.

یی . ی . ی . ( 1389). ޝ ی.

ی 3 (2) 83-100.

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahpouri, F. (April 2010). Pygmalion in Conversation with Pierre

Bourdieu: A Sociological Perspective. Journal of Teaching Language Skills, 2(2), 57-73.

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahbazi, Sh. (2010). Philosophy in John Gardners Grendel. Journal of Applied Linguistic Studies, 1(1), 115-127.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahpouri, F. (2011). Edith Whartons The Age of Innocence: A

Cultural Studies Reading. Studies in Literature and Language, 2(1), 88-95.

 

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Ǎی. ی 61 109-124.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahbazi, Sh. (2011). David Mamets Oleanna: A Bourdieusian

reading. The Journal of International Social Research, 4(18), 130-141.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Borhan, A. (2011). Writing Back to Don DeLillos Falling Man.

The Journal of International Social Research, 4(18), 119-129.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Niknasab, L. (2011). Translating Political Allusions: A Survey of A

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce. Theory and Practice in Language

Studies, 1(7), 851-860.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Borhan, A. (2011). Postmodern Orientalized Terrorism: Don

DeLillos The Names. Journal of Teaching Language Skills. 3(2), 57-84.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Medhat, V. (2011). Linguistic Deviations in Poetry Translation:

An Investigation into the English Renderings of Shamlus Verse. Journal of Language

Teaching and Research (JLTR), 2(6), 1329-1336.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Salehnia, M. (2012). Islam and modernity: A study

of John Updike's Terrorist (2006). Journal of Teaching Language Skills, 4(2), 171-186.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Sharar-Teymoortash, Sh. (2012). On James Joyces Eveline. The

Explicator, 70(1), 36-38.

 

Niroumand, B., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2012). "An earth without maps:" Antony

Minghella's The English Patient. Studies in Literature and Language, 4(1), 135-142.

 

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ی یی. ی 62 113-130.

 

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ی. ی 63 65-84.

 

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ی ی ی. ی ی 4 (7) (یǁی 2/65) 47-65.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Borhan, A. (2012). Don DeLillos The Names. The Explicator, 70(3),

226-230.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Zamani, B. (2012). A comparative study of the translations of

terms related to practical laws of religion (furū al-dīn) in the Holy Qur'an. Journal of

Applied Research in English, 1(2), 71-82.

 

Mohaghegh, A., & Pirnajmuddin, H. The traces of ideology in the English translations of the

Holy Quran. (2013). 3L Language, Linguistics and Literature: The Southeast Asian

Journal of English Language Studies, 19(1), 51-64.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Amani, O. The Carnivalesque in Nathaniel Hawthornes The Scarlet

Letter. (2013). Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice, 6(1),

106-119.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahbazi, Sh. "Rocking or Slouching? Sam Shepards Cowboy Mouth and W. B. Yeats The Second Coming." (2013). The Explicator, 71(3), 153-156.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Borhan, A. Who is us and who is them in Don DeLillos

Cosmopolis? (2013). Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and

Practice, 6(2), 13-28.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahpouri, F. The play of codes and systems in Pygmalion: Bernard

Shaw and Roland Barthes. (2013). 3L Language, Linguistics and Literature: The

Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 19(3), 35 46.

 

Jamshidian, S., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2014). Dancing with shadows: Haruki Murakami's

Dance Dance Dance. Kemanusiaan, 21(1), 41-51.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Keivan, Sh. (Fall/Winter 2014). 'Demythologizing' Hollywood western:

E. L. Doctorow's Welcome to Hard Times. Teaching American Literature: A Journal of

Theory and Practice, 6(2/3), 33-45.

 

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یی ی." ی . 18 (1) 129-147.

Jamshidian, S., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2014). Fiction Absolute and Ethics: Tom Wolfes Back

to Blood. 3L: The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 20 (3), 39-50.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Zarei, E. (2015). Taste in Pope's The Dunciad: A Bourdiesian reading.

Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, 14 (4), 1-26.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Zamani, B. (2014). A Study of Some Linguistic and Semantic

Differences between English and Arabic in Translation of the Quran. Translation Studies, 11

(44), 124-42.

 

Behrooz, N., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). The ridiculous sublime in Don DeLillos White

Noise and Cosmopolis. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, 16 (1), 183-197.

 

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یی ی ی. ی . 20(2) 355-373.

 

Panahbar, E., Hesabi, A., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). Aesthetics in the relationship of

conceptual metaphors and cultural models in the translation of Rubayyat of Khayyam. 3L: The

Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 22 (3), 49 63.

 

Ghaeli, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). LIFE IS A PLAY: Reading David Mamet's Sexual

Perversity in Chicago and Glengarry Glen Ross through cognitive poetics. 3L: The Southeast

Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 22 (2), 67 79.

 

Rohani, Y., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). Ian McEwans Atonement: A Virilian reading. Asian

Social Science, 12 (9), 99-106.

 

Jamshidian, S., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). Ethics of sensibility in Tom Wolfe's Back to

Blood. Papers in Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language

and Literature, 52 (3), 230-54.

 

Panahbar, E., Hesabi, A., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). Conceptual metaphors of time in

translations of Rubaiyyat of Khayyam. Translation Studies, 14 (54), 68-84.

 

Rezania, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016). The return of the waste: Author as recycler in Don

DeLillos Cosmopolis. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 15(4), 236-255.

 

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ییی ی ی ۀ ی. . 49 (1) 19-40.

 

Ghaelizad, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2017). Oleanna: A cognitive poetic reading. American &

British Studies Annual. 9 (1), 118-133.

 

Amani, O., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Marandi, M. (2017). Sam Shepard and the familial

maze: Possible worlds theory in Buried Child. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies,

17 (2), 69-83.

 

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ی ی ی. Ԑی. 39 1-25.

 

Sohrabi, Z., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2017). John Donne's Metaphors of Self and Empire: A

Cognitive Analysis. 3L: The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 23 (1), 14

26.

 

Saei Dibavar, S., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2017). The world within the word: A Lacanian reading

of William Gasss "Emma enters a sentence of Elizabeth Bishops". Journal of English

Studies, 15 (1), 279-294.

Amani, O., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Marandi, M. (2017). Possible worlds in Sam Shepard's Fool

for Love and its cinematic adaptation. Anafora, 4 (1), 59-72.

 

Pirnahmuddi, H. & Bayat, S. (2017). Charles Taylors ontological hermeneutics and the

question of existence in Marilynne Robinsons Lila. Global Journal of Foreign Language

Teaching. 7(1), 46-57.

 

Sohrabi, Z., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Jannessari, Z. (2017). Love is empire: A cognitive analysis

of metaphors of empire in John Donne's love poetry. Anafora, 4 (2), 197-220.

 

Bagherzadeh Samani, B. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2018). Paul Virilios dromology and the

postmodern city in Don DeLillos Cosmopolis. Cogents Arts and Humanities. 5(1), 1-12.

Madahian, M. Pirnajmuddin, H., Abbasi, P. The matter of Persia in The Faerie Queene: A

rhetorical epideixis. (2018). ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and

Reviews. 32(2), 12-15.

 

Saei Dibavar, S. Abbasi, P., & Pirnajmuddin. H. Lucy Lurie's Compromise: Internally

Persuasive Discourse in J. M. Coetzee's DISGRACE. (2018). The Explicator, 76(2), 78-83.

Shahrzad, P., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Hesabi, A. (2018). Creating significant learning

experiences in literary translation: a course redesign plan. XLinguae, 11(2), 303-319.

Nazari, F., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Moradi, N. (2018). Postcolonial national space in Meena

Alexander's Nampally Road. Journal of Language, Literature and Culture. 65(1), 1-10.

 

Rezania, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2018). The angel in the dump: Liquid modern waste in

Don DeLillos The Angel Esmeralda. Papers on Language and Literature, 54(2), 140-

154.

 

Saei Dibavar, S., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2018). Deixis and delayed decoding in Joseph

Conrads Falk. Neohelicon, 55(1), 789-806.

 

Moradi Joz, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2018). Benjamin and Borges: Reflections on afterlife

and translation. Babel. 64(1), 63-90.

 

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ی Ӂ: ی ی ی . ی . 23 (1) 171-194.

 

Hosseini, S.M., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Abbasi, P. (2018). Jonathan Franzens The

Corrections: Ethics of complexity. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies. 18(4),

186-200.

 

Behrooz, N., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2018). The nostalgic sublime in Don DeLillo's White

Noise and Cosmopolis. Humanities Diliman. 15 (2), 177-194.

 

Shahrzad, P., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Hesabi. Student resistance in a literary translation

classroom: a study within an instructional conversion experience from a transmissionist

approach to a transformationist one. (2018). The Interpreter and Translator Trainer. 13(2),

132-151.

 

Younesi, M. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2018). Nostalgia and the Sublime in Cormac McCarthys

The Border Trilogy. Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American

Studies. 40 (2), 45-62.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., Amani, O. (2019). Unnatural narratives in Sam Shepards Mad Dog

Blues. Neohelicon. 46: 739-752.

 

Madahian, M. Pirnajmuddin H. & Abbasi, P. Rhetoric of display in Edmund Spenser's

Epithalamion. (2021). ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews, 34

(1), 11-14.

 

Jamshidian, S. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019). "Ethics in a city too busy to hate": Tom Wolfe's

A Man in Full. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation (Ijllt). 2 (3),

81-89.

 

Saei Dibavar, S. Abbasi, P., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019). Closure in J.M. Coetzee's

Disgrace: A cognitive approach. English Text Construction. 12 (1), 1-28. 

 

Jamshidian, S. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019). The chronotope of the third space in Bharati

Mukherjee's "Management of Grief." Cogent: Arts and Humanities. 6 (1), 1-17.

 

Amani, O., Pirnajmuddin, H., & Hanif, M. (2019). Possible Worlds in Ken Keseys

One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest. HUMANITIES DILIMAN. 16 (2), 1-23.

 

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. 1 (2) 31-46.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. & Bagherzadeh Samani, B. (2019). Don DeLillo's White Noise: A

Virilian perspective. Text Matters. 9 (9), 357-373.

 

Bagherzadeh Samani, B., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Akhavan, B. (2020). Don DeLillos Mao II: a

Virilian reading. Neohelicon. 47, 315-330.

 

Behrooz, N., Jannesari, Z. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2020). The sublime in Philip K. Dicks

Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. 61(5), 518-

533.

 

یی . ی ی . ی . (1398). " : ی"

ی ی. 6 (1) 253-273.

 

Saei Dibavar, S. Abbasi, P., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2020). The metaphorical stage of J. M.

Coetzees Waiting for the Barbarians. Research in African Literatures. 50 (4), 87-107.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. & Saei Dibavar, S. (2020). Liberal failure: Possible worlds in John

Updike's Rabbit, Run. Anafora. 7 (1), 145-164.

 

Saei Dibavar, S. Abbasi, P., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2020). Dr(e)amatic encounters:

The role of embedded narratives in J. M. Coetzees Waiting for the Barbarians. English

Text Construction. 13(1), 22-45.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. & Sohrabi, Z. (2020). DEATH IS LIFE: A cognitive analysis of Sohrab

Sepehri's "Water's Footsteps." Literary Arts. 12 (31), 105-114.

 

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ی . 23 (1) 183-208.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. & Bayat, S. (2020). The reference to Georges Bernanos in Marilynne

Robinson's Gilead. Orbis Litterarum. 75, 298-306.

 

Khodambashi, K., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Abbasi, P. (2021). Re-politicizing mental illness:

Reflections on boredom and depression in American post-postmodern fiction. Ilha do

Desterro: A Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and Cultural Studies. 74

(1), 499-515.

 

Mirsafian, L., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Nejadansari, D. (2021). Estimating literary translators

earnings penalty: A cultural economics approach to translator studies. Target. 33 (3), 436-

463.

 

Mahdipour, A., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Abbasi, P. (2022). Liturgical time in Chaucers

Canterbury Tales: Meditated, measured and manipulated. Critical Survey. 34 (1), 45-55.

 

Saei Dibavar, S. Abbasi, P., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2021). Social mind as author(ity) in J. M.

Coetzees Foe. Research in African Literatures. 51 (4), 190-210.

 

Amani, O. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2021). Narrative quantum cosmology in Michael Frayns

Copenhagen. American, British and Canadian Studies. 36 (1), 67-86.

 

Jamshidian, S. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2021). Am I ReallyMerelya Conscious Little

Rock? Ethical education in Tom Wolfes I Am Charlotte Simmons. Humanities Diliman. 18

(2), 137-159.

 

Amani, O. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2021). Fantastic narrative spaces in Sam Shepards A Lie of

the Mind. Humanities Diliman. 18 (2), 121-137.

 

Behrooz, N., Jannesari, Z. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2021). Human machines and machinic

humans in Philip K. Dicks We Can Build You. ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles,

and Reviews. 36 (2), 270-272.

 

Medhat, V., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Abbasi, P. (2021). Possible worlds in translation:

Coleman Barkss rendition of a story from Rumis Masnavi. Primerjalna Književnost

(Ljubljana) 44 (3), 115-130.

 

Amani, O., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Alizadeh, GH. (2021). Unnatural temporalities and

projected places in Sam Shepards Cowboys #2. ELOPE: English Language Overseas

Perspectives and Enquiries. 18 (2), 71-84.

 

Sadeghi, S., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Jannesari, Z. (2021). Reading through emotions: An

affective narratolological approach to Alice Munro's short stories. K@ta. 23 (2), 86-94.

 

Qays, Sh., Ketabi, S., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Amirian, Z. (2022). The impact of blended

learning on Iraqi students' achievement in English literature courses and their attitudes

towards it. Teaching English Language. 16 (1),119-139.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., Asadi Amjad, F. & Shahpoori Arani, F. (2022). Class, capital, and

distinction in Philip Larkins The Whitsun Weddings. Anuario de Estudios Filológicos. 45,

261-284.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. & Mousavi, M. (2022). Mackerel and Porpoise / Was This the Last of

Us: The posthuman in Susan Howes Periscope. Primerjalna Književnost (Ljubljana), 45

(2), 187-207.

 

ی ی . ی ی . (1401). ј ی -ی ی: ی

یی . ی ی. (28) 19 77-101.

Bidgoli, M., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Abbasi, P. (2022). Faces and gazes in The Winters Tale.

ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, and Reviews.

 

Rahmani F. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2022). A Greimassian Reading of The Rime of the Ancient

Mariner. American, British and Canadian Studies. 38 (1), 201-223.

 

Saei Dibavar, S. Abbasi, P., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2022). J. M. Coetzees Foe: A narrative

of dislocation through assimilation. Brno Studies in English. 48 (1), 201-218.

 

Mortazavi, S., Jannesari, Z. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2023). Need and Desire in

Shakespeares sonnets and Mawlanas Ghazals: A Levinisian reading. Critical Survey. 35 (1),

94-105.

 

Mahdipour, A. & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2023). In praise of animal laborans, the laboring bodies

of Chaucers General Prologue. FOLIA LINGUISTICA ET LITTERARIA Journal of

Language and Literary Studies. 44, 233-243.

 

Bidgoli, M., Pirnajmuddin, H. & Abbasi, P. (2022). Shakespeare, phenomenology and the
Witching Time of Night. in esse: English Studies in Albania. 13 (1), 23-50.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2023). A mind of winter: Affect in Wallace Stevens The Snow

Man. The Explicator, 81(1), 24-27.

 

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Pirnajmuddin, H. & Shahpoori Arani, F. (2023). Symbolic capital in Church Going and

In Santa Maria del Popolo. in esse: English Studies in Albania. 13 (2), 59-78.

 

 

 

Articles (translated)

 

یی . ( 177). . . (Imperialism and Textuality).

5 48-50.

 

یی . . ی . ( (The Tradition of Realist Novel( 137).

3(25 26) 38-40.

 

یی ͡ ی . ( ). (Revenge with unpolluted soul ) ( 1382). 13(1) 170-175.

 

یی . ( 1387). ʡ ی-.

(Religious motifs in the Learning Plays of Bertolt Brecht). ی 41 64-69.

 

 

Conference Papers and Presentations

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2002, June 29-30). The Rival Dogs: James Morier's Hajji Baba Novels and

Imperialism. The 9th Iranian Students Seminar in Europe (ISS). Birmingham, UK.

 

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. Ԑ 51-57.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (2008, February 20-21). Epistemology in Joseph Conrad's 'Typhoon.'

International Conference on the Short Story: Its Domain and Development in the World and in

Iran. University of Tehran.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (1384, Azar). Heart of Darkness as Epistemological Fiction. The 8th

Annual Research Week. University of Isfahan.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (1385, Esfand). Ozymandias: A Bakhtinian Reading. The 9th Annual

Research Week. University of Isfahan.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H. (1386, Azar 25). Impressionism in Joseph Conrad's 'Typhoon.' The

10th Annual Research Week.at University of Isfahan.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Ramin, Z. (1387, Aban 15-16). Scientific knowledge and intellectual self-

fashioning in17th century English literature. International Conference on Literature and

Science. University of Tehran.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahbazi, Sh. (2009, Dec.; 1388, Azar 17-18). Philosophy and

postmodernism :John Gardners Grendel. Conference on Postmodernism and Literary

Criticism. Alzahra University.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahbazi, Sh. (2010, February 25-26). A dystopian vision of the future:

Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle. The First Conference On New Perspectives in ELT, Linguistics &

Literature. Islamic Azad Univesity, Sanandaj Branch, p. 119.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Shahbazi, Sh. (2010, May 12-13). Style in translation of fiction.

National Conference on Translation Studies. Birjand University, p. 71.

 

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یی . ی . (1389 19 ). ی ی ی . ی

ی ی ی ی ی ی ی. Ԑ ی. 236-237.

 

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ی. ی ی ی ی ی ی ی ی. Ԑ ی. 239-240.

 

. یی . (1389 19 ). ی ی ی یی. ی

ی ی ی ی ی ی ی. Ԑ ی. 234-235.

 

یی . ی . (1389 3-4 ). ی ی ی. ی ی ی ی ی

ی. Ԑ ی . 26.

 

Shahbazi, Sh., Pirnajmuddin, H. Culture and language: Pierre Bourdieus linguistic capital.

The 9th International TELLSI Conference. Ilam University. October 12-14, 2011 (Mehr 20-

22, 1390), 159.

 

یی . ی . (1390 11 ). ی ی ی :" ی "

ی ی ی Ǎ. ی ی ی ی ی: ی ی.

Ԑ ی . 59-60.

 

Nazari, F., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2012, May 2). Historiographic metafiction in Virginia

Woolfs Orlando: A Biography. The First National Conference on Issues in English Literature

and LanguageTeaching. New Trends and Criticisms. Lorestan University, p. 48.

 

 

Shahpoori Arani, F., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2012, October 16-19). Paul Ricoeur vis--vis

Jean-Franois Lyotard: The nexus of abstractions. The 10th International TELLSI

Conference. Shahid Beheshti University, p. 416.

 

Shahpoori Arani, F., & Pirnajmuddin, H. Historiographic metafiction in Angela Carters

Black Venus. (2012, October 30-31). The First Conference on English Language Studies.

Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University, p.154.

 

Onaq, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2013, September 18-19). Levinasian Ethical Criticism in Ian

McEwens Saturday. Criticism and Metacriticism Conference (CMC). Imam Sadiq

University, p. 10.

 

Malekghasemi, M., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2013, September 18-19). Carl Sandburgs War

Poems as Historiography. Criticism and Metacriticism Conference (CMC). Imam Sadiq

University, p. 54.

 

Araste, P., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2013, September 18-19). Representational Parallels of

Postmodernism and Postcolon Feminism in Anita Desais Fasting, Feasting. Criticism and

Metacriticism Conference (CMC). Imam Sadiq University, p. 63.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Amani, O. (2014, November, 26-27). Language functions and identity

fashioning in Shakespeares The Tempest: A Jakobsonian approach. First International

Conference on Shakespeare in Iran. University of Tehran, 2014, p. 15.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Moradi Joz, R. (2015, October 6-7). Reading Borges Pierre Menard:

Author of the Quixote through Walter Benjamins afterlife. 2nd Conference on

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Language Teaching, Literature and Translation Studies.

Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

 

Karbasi, R., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016, January 30). Schizophrenia and postmodern society:

A reading of The Crying of Lot 49 and Never Talk to Strangers. First International Congress

of Linguistics and Foreign Languages. Shahid Beheshti University, p. 1.

 

Bayat, S., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2016, May 12-13). Marilynne Robinson's Humanism: A

Revival of Calvinism or Influenced by Calvinism? The First International English-French

Conference on Applied Linguistics and Literature. University of Kurdestan, p. 102.

 

Pirnajmuddin, H., & Bayat, S. (1394, Bahman 8). Charles Taylor's Contribution to the

Modern Self. 3rd International Conference on Applied Research in Language Studies.

University of Tehran, p. 1-11.

 

Younesi, M., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2017, May 10). The sublime and the western in Cormac

McCarthy`s All the Pretty Horses. First National Conference of Narrative Across Literary

Genres. University of Kurdistan, p. 65.

 

Zarei, F., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2017, May 10). Narrating the grotesque in Martin Amis

London Fields. First National Conference of Narrative Across Literary Genres. University of

Kurdistan, p. 80.

 

Minasian, A., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2017, May 10). Narrative and image representation in

the works of Susan Howe: A cognitive poetic reading. First National Conference of Narrative

Across Literary Genres. University of Kurdistan), p. 81.

 

Tahmasebi-Nam, F., Jannessari Ladani, Z., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019, May 8). The "instinct

of Workmanship" in Dos Passos's U.S.A. Trilogy. 2nd International Conference on Language,

Literature, Culture and History Studies. New Vision University. Georgia.

 

Tahmasebi-Nam, F., Jannessari Ladani, Z., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019, December 11-13).

Dos Passos's conspicuous form in the U.S.A. Trilogy. 1th International Conference on English

Language Studies (ICELS). University of Isfahan, p. 208.

 

Ramezanzadeh, A., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019, December 11-13). Adaptation studies and

teaching English literature: The case of Shakespeare in love. 1th International Conference on

English Language Studies (ICELS). University of Isfahan, p. 225.

 

Hosseini Toosi, F., & Pirnajmuddin, H. (2019, December 11-13). Trauma, time and the

construction of identity in Monica Ali's Brick Lane. 1th International Conference on

English Language Studies (ICELS). University of Isfahan, p. 183.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workshops conducted

 

-          Literary style in translation. May 2009. Third Nation-wide Workshop on Translation. Shahrekord University.

 

-          Reflections on liberal humanism and English literature. 13 December 2019. 1th International Conference on English Language Studies (ICELS). University of Isfahan.

 

Contact

 

Email: pirnajmuddin@fgn.ui.ac.ir

Address: Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Languages, University of Isfahan, Hezar Jerib St.

Isfahan 81746-73441, IRAN

Webpage: http://fgn.ui.ac.ir/~pirnajmuddin