Dr lotfollah yarmohammadi

CURRICULUM VITA

Dr. LOTFOLLAH YARMOHAMMADI

A. Personal Data

Name: Lotfollah Yarmohammadi

Place of Birth: Arak, Iran.

Marital Status: Married with three children

Date of Birth: 7/23/1933

Address: Department of Foreign Language and Linguistics, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran, 71944.

B. Education

B.A. English-Teachers Training University, Iran, 1958.

M.A. English-Indiana University, U.S.A., 1962.

Ph.D. Linguistics-Indiana University, U.S.A., 1964

C. Academic Experience

1985- present

Professor of English and Linguistics, Shiraz University.

1984-85

Visiting Professor of Lingusitcs, University of Illinois, U.S.A.

1975-84

Professor of English and Linguistics, Shiraz University.

1974-75

Associate Professor of English and Linguistics, Shiraz University

1973-74

Research Scholar, University of London.

1969-73

Associate Professor of English and Linguistics, Shiraz University.

1968-69

Visiting Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Near Eastern Studies, Indiana University, U.S.A.

1966-68

Assistant Professor of English and Linguistics, Shiraz University.

1965-66

Assistant Professor of English and Linguistics, Tehran University.

1964-65

Assistant Professor of English, Nebraska State Teachers College, Nebraska, U.S.A.

1958-60

Instructor of English, Tehran Teachers Training College

D. Courses Taught

To following courses are taught to both native and non-native speakers of Persian in different universities in Iran and abroad- i.e. the University of Illinois (U.S.A.), Indiana University (U.S.A.), Nebraska State Teachers College (U.S.A.), London University (England), Tehran University (Iran), University of Teacher Education (Iran), Isfahan University (Iran) and Shiraz University (Iran).

Courses are mostly conducted in English (occasionally in Persian) on graduate and undergraduate levels.

1. Persian Courses:

(a) Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Persian as a Foreign Language, (b) Reading and Writing Persian as a Foreign Language (c) Persian Composition (d) Persian Literature in Translation. (e) Persian Syntax, (f) Survey of Persian Literature for Foreigners, (g) Structure of Persian (Phonology, Morphology and Syntax), (h) Transformational Grammar of Persian, (I) Trnaslation (English to Persian and Persian to English).

2. English and Linguistic Courses:

(a) Contrastive Analysis of Persian and English (b) Contrastive Linguistics (c) General Linguistics (d) Phonetics and Phonology (h) Discourse Analysis (I) Basic English (grammar, reading and composition) (j) L2 Acquisition and Interlanguage Analysis (k) Pedagogical Grammar (1) Recent Trends in Linguistics (m) Sociolinguistics (n) History of Islamic and Iranian Linguistics.

E. Experience in Material and Curriculum Development: English (1-9) and Persian (10-15).

1. Course Designer and Co-ordinator of Summer Intensive English Programs for Freshmen entering Shiraz University, 1967-75.

2. Developing graduate programs in English and Linguistics in Shiraz University for the first time in Iran, 1967

3. Member of the Testing Committee of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, to prepare the English tests of the Iranian National University Entrance Examinations, 1969-73.

4. Member of the Material Preparation Committee of the Department of Foreign Languages at Shiraz University, to prepare a set of six books of graded and coordinated materials for the Basic English Courses at Shiraz University, 1972-73.

5. Course Designer and Curriculum Developer of the Service and Major English programs of the University of Baluchistan, 1974-75.

6. Course Designer and Member of the Standing Committee, to prepare the programs and relevant recommendations for a proficiency-based Basic English Curriculum at Shiraz University, 1974-75.

7. Consultant and Member of Material Preparations Committee for Free University of Iran, Spring and Summer of 1975.

8. Member of the Course and Curriculum Development Committee for Service and Major English programs at Al-Zahra University, 1976-78.

9. Member of the Course and Curriculum Development Committee for Service and English Major programs at the Council of Educational Revolution, 1980-83.

10. Course Designer and Material Developer of Persian as a Foreign Language at Indiana University, U.S.A., 1968-69.

11. Course Designer and Material Developer of Intensive Persian as a Foreign Language at Shiraz University, 1976-77.

12. Course Designer and Material Developer and Consultant of Persian as a Foreign Language Program at Qom School of Religious Studies, 1980-84.

13. Consultant and Program Developer of Iranian Literacy Campaign, 1986-93

14. Developing a series of workshop in Teaching, Educational Programming, Research, Translation and Reading and conducting them in a number of universities in Iran periodically, 1984-2004.

15. Course Designer and Material Developer of Persian as a Foreign Language Intensive Courses for Japanese students at Shiraz University, 1991-2003.

16. Founding Member, Editor in Chief and Editorial Board Member of our College Journal and other Journals for a number of years

17. Member of Shiraz University Educational Council for several years

F. Administrative Experience

1. Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Shiraz University, 1975-76.

2. Chairman, Department of Foreign Language, Shiraz University, 1966-75.

3. Deputy Chancellor of Shiraz University, 1980.

4. Co-ordinator of Shiraz University Educational Council for 11 years.

G. Organizational Affiliations

1. Member of the Steering Committee of the Association of the University Teachers of English of Asia, 1970-72.

2. Member, Executive Committee of the Association of Professors of English in Iran, 1970-72.

3. President, Association of Professors of English in Iran, 1972-73, 1974-75, 1977-79.

4. Member of the Linguistics Society of America.

5. Member of the National Congress of Iranologists.

6. Member of the Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

7. Member of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL).

8. Member of Middle East Studies Association of America (MESA).

9. Life-member Fellow, Iranian Academy of Sciences, and he Head of the Department of Linguistics

10. Member, Linguistic Section, Iranian Academy of Language and Literature

H. Publications in English

a. Dissertations

1. A structural Analysis of Modern Persian with Special Reference to Modern English Structure, Indiana University M.A. thesis, May, 1962.

2. A Contrastive Study of Modern English and Modern Persian, Indiana University Ph.D. Dissertation, Sept., 1964.

b. Books

1. Reading in English, Vol. I, 1967.

2. Reading in English, Vol. II, 1967.

3. Reading, Pronunciation Exercises and Writing Exercises, 1973.

4. A Grammar Handbook for Speakers of Persian, 1973.

5. Freshman Reading Selections, Vol. I, 1973.

6. Freshman Reading Selections, Vol. II, 1973.

7. Sophomore Reading Selections, Vol. I, 1973.

8. Sophomore Reading Selections, Vol. II, 1973.

(items 1-8 are published by the Department of Foreign Languages, Shiraz University with the collaboration of some other members of the Department).

9. A Contrastive Phonological Analysis of English and Persian. Shiraz University Press, 1995.

10. Fifteen Articles in Contrastive Linguistics and the Structure of Persian. Rahnama Publications, 1995.

11. A Course in English Pronunciation: A Generative Framework. Samt Publications, 1995.

12. A Contrastive Analysis of English and Persian: A Teaching Course. Payam-e Noor University Publication, 2003.

13- A Contrastive Phonological Analysis of English and Persian , 3rd Edition , Shiraz University Press ( 2005) .

14- A Course in English Pronunciation : A Generative Framework, 3rd Impresson

Samt Publication ( 2007 ) .

c. Articles

1. “Problems of Iranians in Learning English Vowels” Journal of English as a Second Language. Vol. IV, No. 2 (Fall, 1969) pp. 57-62.

2. “English Consonants and Learning Problems for Iranians: A Contrastive Sketch TESOL Quarterly. Vol., III. No. 3 (Sept., 1969) pp. 231-36.

3. “A Note on Contrastive Analysis” English Language Teaching. Vol. XXV, No. 1 (Oct., 1970) pp. 76-79.

4. “Problems of Iranians in Learning English Reported Speech” IRAL. Vol. XI, No. 4 (1973) pp. 337-368.

5. “Problems of Iranians in Teaching and Learning American English” Asian Response to American Literature. Delhi: Vikas Publications (1972) pp. 427-428.

6. “Universal Versus Language Specific Tests” English Language Teaching. Vol. XXIX, No. 1 (Oct., 1974) pp. 65-68.

7. A Preliminary Bibliography of Contrastive Linguistics: Persian & English Primarily” Kherad-o-Kushesh. Vol. IV, No. II-III (Mary, 1973).

8. “Open and Rejected Conditions in English and Persian, A Contrastive Sketch for Pedagogical Purposes” IRAL. Vol, XV, No. 1(1977) pp. 64-67.

9. “English-Persian Language Problems in Technological and Scientific Subjects in Iran” Presented to the VIII World Congress of Sociology. Canada, (August, 1975).

10. “The Persian Verb Reconsidered” Archiv Orientalni No. 46 (1978) pp. 46-60. (Co-author, Professor Cowan of the University of Illinois)

11. “A Look at Language Planning and Language Pedagogy in Iran” A paper read at the 8th Annual Seminar of the Association of Professors of English in Iran, 1978.

12. “Contact Analysis of English and Persian Measure Words for Pedagogical Purposes” IRAL. Vol, XVII, No. 1 (1980) pp. 1-20.

13. “A Contrastive Analysis of English and Persian Stress and Intonation” A paper read at the 9th Annual Seminar of the Association of Professors of English in Iran. 1981.

14. “Reflections on Foreign Language Education in Iran; Past, Present and Future” A paper presented at the 11th Annual Seminar of the Association of Professors of English in Iran, 1985.

15. “In Search of a Practical Model for Contrastive Analysis of English and Persian” A paper presented at the 12th Annual Seminar of the Association of Professors of English in Iran, 1986.

16. “A Sociopragmatic Approach to the Contrastive Analysis of English and Persian Politeness Forms” A paper for Presentation at JALT International Conference on Language Teaching/Learning. Humamatsu, Japan, Nov. 22-24, 1986.

17. “More on the Procedures of Contrasting and Translating Metaphors: A Case Study of Selected English and Persian Texts in Translation” A paper for presentation at Scandinavian Symposium of Translation Theory. Oslo, Norway, Aug. 11-13, 1988.

18. “A Working Framework for a Pedagogical Contrastive Grammar of Persian and English: From Sentence to Discourse”. A paper presented at the Language Acquisition Research Symposium, Utrecht, Holland. Aug. 22-24, 1988 (Published in PSICL, Vol. 26, 1990)

19. “The Styles of Spoken Persian and the Avoidance of Homonyms Principle” Archiv Orientalni Vol. 56, No. 4 (1988) pp. 346-51 (Co-author Prof. R. Cowan of the University of Illinois).

20. “Research Methodology in Theoretical and Pedagogical Contact Linguistics: Deliberations on Promoting Collective Research Efforts in Iranian Universities” A paper read at the 13th Annual Seminar of the Association of Professor of English in Iran, March 28-30, 1989.

21. “Phonological Descriptions of Diglossia: A Laboratory for Deciding how to Avoid Homonyms and Nonsense Words” A paper presented at the Western Conference on Linguistics. Tempe, Arizona, Oct. 1989. (Co-author Prof. Cowan of the University of Illinois).

22. “More on Communication Strategies: Classification, Resources, Frequency and Underlying Processes” A paper presented at the Language Acquisition Research Sumposium, Utrecht, Holand. Aug. 23-25, 1989. (Published in Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XVI, No. 1, 1990)

23. “An Overall Working Framework For Contrastive Analysis of Languages with Respect to their Communicative Functions”. Accepted for presentation at AILA 1990, 9th World Congress of Applied Linguistics. Thessaloniki, Greece, April 15-12, 1990.

24. “Discourse-level Performance Analysis in Student Writing” Presented to Jalt’90 International Conference on Language Teaching/Learning. Omiya, Japan, Nov. 23-25, 1990.

25. “Textual Analysis of English and Persian Written Texts in Contrast and its Possible Pedagogical Implications” Presented at Jalt’91 International Conference on Language Teaching/Learning. Kobe, Japan, Nov. 1-4, 1991. (Revised and Published in Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 9, No. 2, Spring, 1994).

26. “More on the Analysis of Politeness Forms in English and Persian: A Sociopragmatic Approach” Presented at 15th International congress of Linguistics. Quebec City, Canada, Aug. 9-14, 1992 (Revised and Published in IJOAL Vol. XXI, No. (1995) pp. 57-67.

27. “What Islamic Linguistics Heritage Has Offered and Can Offer to the Development of Linguistic Sciences” Presented at the VI International Conference on the History of Language Sciences. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University, Aug. 9-14, 1993.

28. “Lexical Cohesion in English and Persian in Contrast” IJOAL, Vol. XXII, No. 1 (1996).

29. "Reflections on the Treatment and Contextualization of Pronunciation and Language Functions in the Pre-University EFL Textbooks in Iran" Iranian Journal of Teaching Languages. Vol. 1, No.3 (Fall, 2000).

30. “Iranian University EFL Learners’ Attitude Towards Learning English: IJOAL Vol. 28, No. 1 (2002) (Co-author, N. Rashidi)

31. “Analysis of English and Persian Rhetorical Patterns” Iranian Journal of Teaching Languages, Vol. 3. Nos. 1and 2 (2002)

32."A Contrastive Study of Elicitation Questions in English and Persian" Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Vol. 21, No. 1 (2004).

33. "Directives Used in University Classrooms" Iranian Journal of Teaching Languages and Literature. Vol 5, No 1 (2004).

34. " EPS in Iran from Language Planning Perspective " Proceedings of the First National ESP / EPA Conference , vol .2 , Samt Publications ( 2005)

35. " The Study of the Relationship between Derivative World Knowledge and more Global Knowlege of the World " Kerman University journal of Humanities(2007)

36." A Contrastive Study of Thematic Organisation of Pararagraph in English and Persian Narative Texts " Journal of Humanities of Al – Zahra University ( 2008)

37. " The Represantation of Social Actors in the EFL High School Textbooks in Iran " MEXTESOL JOURNAL Vol . 30, No . 1( 2006)

I. Publications in Persian

a. Books

1. Teaching Persian to Adult Illiterates in Forty Lessons. Shiraz University Press, (1981.

2. Introduction to Phonetics. Iran University Press, (1986).

3. Sixteen Articles in Applied Linguistics. Navid, (1992).

4. Linguistics in IRAN: State of the Arts. A memeographed Research Report (1991).

5. A Descriptive Lexicon of Human Sciences.vol.1, Iranian Academy of Sciences, (2003).

6. Evaluating the Quality of Teaching. Shiraz Univeristy, (2003).

7. Mainstream and Critical Discourse Analysis, Hermes, (2004).

8. Persian for Speakers of Other Languages, Vol. 1. Navid, (2005).

9- Communication from Critical Discourse Perspectives, Hermes Publications ( 2006)

( First prize winner for the year 2007 )

10- Principles of Linguistics : A Course Book for Undergraduates , Ministry of Education Research and Planning Department (2007)

11- A Descriptive Lexion of Social Sciences and Humanities, Iranian Academy of Sciences ( 2007)

12- Study of Modern Persian Phonology : Intonation and Related Features , by Jalil Towhidi ( Trans , into Persian ), Samt Publication ( 2007)

13-An Introduction to Discourse Analysis ( to be published by Samt publications ) .

b. Articles

1. “Limitations of Contrastive Linguistics in Teaching Foreign Languages.” Proceedings of the First Congress of Iranologists, (1972) pp. 366-94.

2. A look at Language Planning and the “Problems of Language Teaching in Iran”. Presented at the 7th Congress of Iranologists, Published in the Proceedings of the Conference. Tehran, Melli University Press, 1977; revised and published in Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Vol. 1, No. 1 (Fall, 1978).

3. “A Selected Bibliography of Translation and Terminological Studies in Persian” Nashr-e Danish, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1981) pp. 47-51.

4. “A Bibliography of Specialized Bilingual Dictionaries of Persian and Western Languages”. Nashr-e Danish, Vol. 3, No. 1 (1983).

5. “Principles of Compiling Specialized Bilingual Dictionaries”. Naqd-e Agah, (1985) pp. 331-42.

6. “Principles of Translation and Matters Related to its Research and Teaching in Iranian Universities”. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1985) pp. 79-98.

7. “a Review of Persian Book 1 for Adult Illiterates by Literacy Movement Organization”. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 2 (1986) pp. 106-14.

8. “A Critical Review of an English Test Administered in 1986 National College Entrance Examination in Iran.” Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 2, No.1 (1986) pp. 80-91.

9. “The Language of Science in English and Persian: A Contrastive Description”, Presented at the Second Seminar on Writing Persian, Sponsored by Iran University Press, Sept 2-4, 1984 and Published, in As’adi, M. (ed) Persian Language as a Means of Scientific Expression. Iran University Press (1986) pp. 67-68

10. “An Updated Partially Annotated Bibliography of Translation, Terminological and Language Studies”, in Pourjavadi, N. (ed) On Translation. Iran University Press (1987) pp. 309-25.

11. “An Extended Bibliography of Medical Texts in Persian”. Nashr-r Danish, Vol. 1, No. 4 (1982), Vol. 1, No. 5 & 6 (1982) and Vol. 2, No. 4 (1983). (This work was part of a project to study the feature of “Medical Discourse” in Persian. The Project is not being pursued at the moment.

12. “On Language Learning and Translation: An Interview”. Kayhan-i Farhangi, Vol. 6, No. 9 (1989) pp. 1-6.

13. “A New Look at Metaphorical Expressions and their Translation Problems”. Presented at Tabriz University Conference on Translation 6-8 October 1990 (The proceeding is published by Tabriz University, July, 1991).

14. “Reviewing Tajvid Heritage in the Light of Modern Linguistics” Namgani-ye Sami, (July, 1991) (Co-author Mr. Rahim Dehghan).

15. “On Lexicography and Persian-English and English-Persian Bilingual Dictionaries”. Nashr-e Danish, Vol. II, No. 2 (Feb-March, 1991) pp. 17-22.

16. “Discoursal Features of Scientific Language” Presented at the Third Seminar on Persian Language as a Means of Scientific Expression”. Sponsored by Iran University Press, May, 18-20 1991 (The Proceedings is Published by Iran University Press, 1993).

17. “Problems of Teaching Translation in Iran: An Interview”. Iranian Journal of Translation (Motarjem). Vol. 1, No. 3 Fall, (1991).

18. “Discoursal and Textual Structure of Rubaiyat of Khayyam compared with its English Translation by Fitzgerald” Presented at the 2nd Conference On Applied Linguistics, Tehran, March 7-9, 1992 and Published in Miremadi, S.A. (Ed) Proceedings of the Second Conference on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, 1994 and Motarjem, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1993).

19. “Multilingualism and the Problems of Teaching Standard Persian in Iran” Presented at A Seminar on Bilingualism and Education, Tehran, July 1-2, 1992. (The Proceeding is Published by the Research Council, Iranian Ministry of Education, 1992). Also Published in Roshd: The Teaching of Persian Literature Vol. 7 (Summer and Fall 1992).

20. “English Language Teaching in Iran: Problems and Possible Solutions: An Interview” Language and Literature: Book One, (Spring, 1993).

21. “The Responsibility of Iranian Linguists and the Problem of Endangered Dialects” A Paper Presented at the First Seminar of Fars Studies, Shiraz, (Fall, 1993).

22. “Further Explanation on How to Use Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary Efficiently” in OALD, Yadvareh Publishing Firm (1994).

23. “Language Loss: Problems and Solutions” Iranian Journal of the Academy of Sciences Vol. 2, No. 2 (1995).

24. “The Spread of Persian Language over the World and the Need for Scientific and Methodical Approach to its Teaching” Name-ye Parsi, No. 7 (1998).

25. “Contrasting Explicit and Implicit Referencing in English and Persian Texts” Presented at the Third Linguistics Conference (Tehran 24-25, 1996), Published in the Proceedings by Modarresi, Y. and Dabir-Moghaddam (Eds.) Allame Tabatabai University Publications, 1998; revised and Published in Journal of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Kerman University, New Edition. Vol.1, No. 1. (1997).

26. “Reflections on Discoursal and Text Studies in Irano-Islamic Linguistic Traditions” Presented at a Seminar on Language Studies in Perspective. Isfahan, Islamic Azad University of Khorasgan, (Jan. 1997).

27. “A Contrastive Analysis of Pragmatics in English and Persian with some Reference to Cultural Scripts” Presented at the 4th Conference on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (Tehran, March 13-15, 1998) and Published in Journal of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Kerman University New Edition, Vol. 2 (1998).

28. “A Discourse on the Book of Discourse and Translation” Motarjem, No 27 (1998).

29. “The Teaching of English in Iran: An Interview” Motarjem Vol. 8, No. 4. (Autumn, 1999) pp. 55-61.

30. "Problems of Dialects and the Responsibility of the Linguist" Fars Shenakht, No. 1 (1999).

31. “Core and Non-Core Vocabulary in Contrastive Lexicology, Critical Discourse Analysis and Literary Translation” Presented at the First Conference on Literary Translation in Iran. Mashad. Ferdowsi University (Feb. 16-18, 2000), and published in Name-ye Farhangetan-e Olum, No. 17 (2001).

32. “Language, Thought, Social Behavior and Terminology” Presented at the First Conference on the Problem in Lexicology and Terminology. Tehran, Iranian Academy of Language and Literature (Feb. 27-29, 2000), Published in Journal of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Kerman University. New Edition, Vol 2 and 3, Nos 4 and 5 (2001)

33. “A Discourse on the Discourses of Humanities: The Relative Uses of Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Discourse Analysis” Second Seminar on Research Methodologies in Human Sciences. Shiraz, College of Letters and Humanities (Dec. 12, 2000)

34. “The Status of Linguistic Science in Iran” Name-ye Farhang. No 34 (2000)

35. “Language and Culture: An Interview” Name-ye Farhang. No. 34 (2000)

36. “More on the Relatives Uses of Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Discourse Analysis” Presented at the Fifth Congress of Linguistics Tehran (March 12-14, 2001), published in Name-ye Farhang, No. 39 (2001)

37. “Discursive and Ideological Structures of the Media and Political Discourses in Iranian Newspapers” presented at the Fifth Congress of Linguistics. Tehran (March 12-14, 2001)

38. “A Method in Discourse Analysis in Cultivating Ideological Structures” Name-ye Farhang, No. 42 (2002)

39. “Evaluation of Pre-University English Textbooks in Iran” Name-ye Farhangestan-e Olum, No. 18 (2002)

40.“The Use of Discursive Socio-semantic Structures in Discourse Analysis with Special Reference to the Representation of Social Actors” Journal of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Kerman University, New Edition, Nos 10+11 (2003)

41. "Social Functions of Languages and Dialects Within Diglossic Situations: A Case Study" Presented at the First National Congress of Iranian Studies (June 19, 2002).

42. "Explicit and Implicit Messages in the Selected Editorials in Iranian Newspapers Investigating the Relationship Between Discursive and Ideological Structures". Name-Ye Farhang, No. 47 (2003)

43. "The Writings of Linguistics in Persian Problems of Clarity and Terminology and Respective Solutions" Proceedings of the Second Conference on Terminology, Tehran: Iranian Academy of Language and Literature (May, 2003).

44. "Some Characteristics of an Effective Teacher" proceeding of the Second Symposium on the Problems of Teaching at Shiraz University, Shiraz (January, 2001).

45. "A Further Look at the Status of Linguistic Science in Iran: Part 1" Name-Ye Farhangestan-e Olum, No 20 (Spring 2003).

46. "A Historical Sketch of the Development of the Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics at Shiraz University" Eram No. 83 (2003).

47. "A Further Look at the Status of Linguistic Science in Iran: Part 2" Name-ye Farhangestan-e Olum Nos 22 and 23 (Autum and Winter, 2003).

48. "Communication Seen from Discourse Perspective" Name-ye Farhang, No. 48 (Summer, 2003).

49. "Effective Communication" Journal of the Faculty of Letters and Humanities of Kerman University, New Edition, No. 14 (Winter, 2004).

50. "Grammar in Modern Linguistics" in Zarsanj, M. (ed.) Persian Language. Shiraz: Omidvaran Publications (Winter, 2004).

51. "News Seen from Linguistic Perspective" Ofogh, Vol 5. No. 50 (March, 2004).

52. "Foreign Language Teaching in Iran to Facilitate Dialogue Among Civilizations" Presented at the First International Conference on the Role of Language in the Dialogue Among Civilizations, (Isfahan, April 24-25, 2004).

53. "The Anatomical Legacy of Avicenna in Phonological Analysis" Presented at the 6th Iranian Congress of Anatomical Sciences (Shiraz, May 4-6, 2004).

54. "The Phonological Legacy of Avicenna" presented at the Ibn-i-Sina (Avicenna) International Colloquium (Hamadan, Aug 23-25, 2004).

55. "Representation of Social Actors in Palestine-Israeli Conflicts through Socio-semantic Discursive Structures", proceeding of the 6th Conference of Linguistics. (Tehran, Nov. 27-29, 2004).

56- A" Sosiolinguistic Framework for the study of Various Ethnic Languages and Dialects in Fars " presented at the Global Congress of fars Studies ( Shiraz , April 20- 23, 2005)

57- "The Impact of Islamic Culture on the Development of Persian Proverbs "Journalof the College of Arts of Mashhad University , No. 147 ( 2004) .

58- "Characterization and Evaluation of Socialization Features Used in Iranian Elementary School Textbooks within the Framework of Critical Discourse

Analysis" Journal ofSocial Scienses and Humanities of Shiraz University ( in print )

59- " Applied linguistics and Language Teaching : An Interview With Samt " NewTrends in Linguistics and Languages Teaching , Samt Publications ( 2005)

60- " Characterization and Evaluation of Socialization Features Used in Iranian Elementry School Textbooks whitin the Framework of CDA .)) Shiraz Journal OfSciences and Humanities( in print) .

61- " Social Domain Analysis of Language Use in the City of Yasuj " Procedings of the7th Iranian Confrence on Linguistics , Vol .2 , Allame Tabatabai University Press

( 2007 ) .

62- " Evaluation of the Linguistic Program Offered in Iranian Universities along with a Twenty Year Program Perspectives " Zabanshenasi ( Linguistics ) Vol 22 , No2 (2008).

J. Theses and Dissertations Supervised

1. MA Theses: 140

2. Ph.D. Dissertations: 6

K. Awards and Distinctions

The following list constitutes some of the awards and distinctions received:

1. A top level Education Medal for being a top graduate among one’s graduating class membership for a B.A. degree, 1957-58.

2. An Iranian government scholarship to pursue advanced studies in Indiana University, U.S.A. 1960-64.

3. An Indiana University award to pursue a designated research program, second semester, 1964.

4. An Indiana University Dissertation Year Fellowship, 1963-64.

5. A grant from U.S. Educational Foundation in India to attend an International Workshop in Kashmer, India, 1970.

6. A grant, as a research scholar, from the British Council to pursue a research program at the Univaersity of London, England, 1973-74.

7. A Medal of Distinction as a Founding Member of the Association of Professors of English in Iran, 1987.

8. Outstanding instructor of Shiraz University, academic year 1992-93.

9. Distinguished Professor of Shiraz University, academic year 1994-95.

10. Distinguished Professor at National Level, academic year, 1995-96.

11. Distinguished Researcher of the College of Humanities of Shiraz University, academic year 1996-97.

12. Distinguished Instructor and Researcher of the College of Letters and Humanities of Shiraz University, 1997-98.

13. Distinguished Researcher of Shiraz University, 1999-2000.

14. A Note of Distinction for the Compilation of the Educational Assessment System for Shiraz University, 2000.

15. Distinguished Professor of Shiraz University, 2000.

16. Selected Distinguished Researcher by Fars General Office of Culture and Islamic Guidance, 2000.

17. Selected Distinguished Professor by the Members of the Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics, 2001.

18. Professor Emeritus of Shiraz University, 2001.

19. Distinguished Researcher of Shiraz University, 2002

20. Selected Distinguished Professor by Governor General of Fars province 2002.

21. Distinguished Researcher of Shiraz University, 2003.

22. Distinguished Researcher of College of Humanities and Social Sciences of Shiraz University, 2003.

23. Distinguished Researcher of Shiraz Islamic Azad University, 2003.

24- Distinguished Researcher of Shiraz Islamic Azad University, 2004.

25. A Speech Statue of Distinction from the Iranian Association of Linguistics as an Iranian Outstanding Linguist, 2004.

26- Prize Winner for the book entitled " Communication within Critical Discourse Perspectives .

L. Attending National and International Conferences

Attended to more than 80 conferences at national levels (in the cities of Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Mashad, Rasht, Tabriz and Ahwaz) and at International levels (in America, Canada, England, India, Japan, Holand and Norway) with paper presentations.

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