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Mostafa Hasrati is an associate professor in applied linguistics. He is interested in socio-political aspects of academic literacy, English for Academic Purposes, discourse analysis, and informal learning in Higher Education. His papers have appeared in Studies in Higher Education, Journal of English for Academic Purposes, Critical Discourse Studies, Journal of Business and Technical Communication, Quality in Higher Education, Teaching in Higher Education, and Iranian Studies.


Education
1999-2003: PhD, Department of Education and Professional Studies, King’s College London
1994-1996: MA in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), Tehran University, Tehran, Iran. GPA 17.46 out of 20.00.
1990-1994: BA in English Language and Literature, Tabriz University, Tabriz, Iran. GPA 17.94 out of 20.00.


Publications
Hasrati, M., Street, B., & Habibi, S. Vehicle writings in an Iranian context: the interplay of 'habitus' and 'field'. Accepted for publication in Iranian Studies, Taylor & Francis, indexed by SSCI. First Online October 22, 2014 (Hardcopy will be published in January 2016).

Tavakoli, P., & Hasrati, M. (2015). MA TEFL programmes in Iran: change in a globalised era. In C. Kennedy (Ed.). English Language Teaching in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Innovations, Trends, and Challenges (pp. 139-148). London: British Council.

Hasrati, M., & Tavakoli, P. (2015). Globalisation and MA TESOL programmes in the UK. Higher Education, 69(4), 547-565.

Tavakoli, P., & Hasrati, M. Responding Locally to Global Issues: MA Applied Linguistics/TESOL Programmes in Five Anglophone Countries. (Under Review).

Mirzaee, A., & Hasrati, M. (2014). The role of written formative feedback in inducing non- formal learning among masters students. Teaching in Higher Education, 19(5), 555- 564.

Hasrati, M. (2013). Why bother about writing a Masters dissertation: assumptions of faculty and Masters students in an Iranian setting. Asia Pacific Education Review, 14(3), 455- 465.

Hasrati, M. (2013). Material and credentialing incentives as symbolic violence: local engagement and global participation through joint publication. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 27(2), 154-179.

Hasrati, M., & Mohammadzadeh, M. (2012). Exam papers as social spaces for control and manipulation: “Dear Dr X, please I need to pass this course”. Critical Discourse Studies, 9(2), 177-190.

Hasrati, M. (2012). Quantitative, qualitative, or pragmatic: “Research potentials” for TEFL practitioners. Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran, 6(1), 185-196.

Hasrati, M., & Hashemi, R. (2011). The PhD game in a Middle Eastern setting: a small scale study of science students in an Iranian university. Quality in Higher Education, 17(1), 331-352.

Hasrati, M., & Hashemi, R. (2010). Informal learning among PhD students: a case study in an Iranian university. Iranian Journal of Higher Education, 2(4), 176-202. (In Persian).

Hasrati, M., Gheituri, A., & Hooti, N. (2010). A genre analysis of Persian research article abstracts: communicative moves and author idenity. Iranian Journal of Applied Language Studies, 2(2), 47-75.

Hasrati, M., & Street, B. (2009). PhD topic arrangement in ‘D’iscourse communities of engineers and social sciences/humanities. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 8(1), 14-25.

Hasrati, M., & Gheituri, F. (2008). Iranian women’s negative face in the construction of their identity. Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran, 2(5), 41-58.

Hasrati, M. (2005). Legitimate peripheral participation and supervising PhD students. Studies in Higher Education, 30(5), 557-570.

Hasrati, M. (2005). Academic writing in Iranian universities: the lost ring of the chain. Quarterly Journal of Research and Planning in Higher Education,11(1&2), 103-138. (In Persian).

Hasrati, M. (2005). An introduction to grounded theory. Iranian Journal of Linguistics, 3, 75- 86. (In Persian).




Conference Presentations
Hasrati, M., & Tavakoli, P. (2015). Glocalization of MA in ELT programmes in Iran. Paper presented in the 12th International TELLSI Conference. Zahedan, Iran. (25-27 February 2015).

Tavakoli, P., & Hasrati, M. (2013). Are MA TESOL dissertations changing in Anglophone countries? The impact of a globalized education context. Paper presented in the 46th BAAL Annual Meeting. Herriot-Watt University, UK. (5-7 September 2013).

Hasrati, M., & Tavakoli, P. (2015). Glocalization of MA in ELT programmes in Iran. Paper presented in the 12th International TELLSI Conference. Zahedan, Iran. (25-27 February 2015).

Tavakoli, P., & Hasrati, M. (2013). Are MA TESOL dissertations changing in Anglophone countries? The impact of a globalized education context. Paper presented in the 46th BAAL Annual Meeting. Herriot-Watt University, UK. (5-7 September 2013).

Choobsaz, Y., & Hasrati, M. (2013). A discourse analytic approach of doctor-patient interactions in an Iranian city. Paper presented in the 8th Annual Conference of Linguistics. Allameh Tabatabaee University, Tehran, Iran (12-13 February 2013).

Hasrati, M. & Maralani, P. (2008). A communities of practice approach to narrative analysis. Paper presented in the 41st BAAL Annual Meeting. Swansea University, UK.

Hasrati, M. (2008). Discursive practices in oral exams: a case from a Middle Eastern setting. Poster presented in The International Conference on Global English, University of Verona, Italy.

Hasrati, M. & Ghazanfari, F. (2007). Accounting for hedging: a Goffmanian approach. Paper presented in The Fourth Conference on Issues in English Language Teaching in Iran. University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

Hasrati, M. (2006). Interconnections of global and local communities of practice: an Iranian case. Paper presented in The International Conference of the Applied Linguistics and Language in Education Research Group, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

Hasrati, M. (2006). Ethics in applied linguistics research in Iran. Paper presented in the 3rd Annual Conference of the Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran. Kermanshah, Iran.

Hasrati, M. & Safaee, T. (2006). Power in higher education classroom interactions. Paper presented in the 3rd Annual Conference of the Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran. Kermanshah, Iran.

Hasrati, M. (2005). Feedback on academic writing: is it the only way to acquire academic literacies. Paper presented in The30th Annual Congress of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, Melbourne, Australia.

Hasrati, M. & Gheitury, A. (2005). Writing in an Iranian institution of higher education: genre features and faculty consciousness of epistemological orientations. Paper presented in The30th Annual Congress of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, Melbourne, Australia.

Hasrati, M. (2005). Rethinking the underlying features of ESP: is it just text, or more? Paper presented in The First ESP/EAP conference organised by the SAMT Academic Foundation, Tehran, Iran.

Hasrati, M. (2005). Quantitative vs. qualitative research methodologies: epistemological underpinnings and gate keeping. Paper presented in The Third Conference on Issues in English Language Teaching in Iran. Tehran University.

Hasrati, M. (2005). A genre analysis of persian research article abstracts: communicative moves and author identity. Paper presented in The 2nd Iranian Conference on Language/Literature Teaching (ICOLT) Tarbyat Modars Univeresity.

Gheitury, A. & Hasrati, M. (2004). Face and gender: the significance of negative face in Iranian women’s social identity. Joint Paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference of British Association for Applied linguistics, King’s College London, UK.

Hasrati, M. (2004). Working with grounded theory, ethnography, and NUDIST: unit of analysis in qualitative research and writing a PhD thesis. Poster presented at the 37th Annual Conference of British Association for Applied linguistics, King’s College London, UK.

Hasrati, M. (2003). Communities of practice: a viable theory for understanding language learning? Paper presented at the First Conference on Linguistics and Language Teaching in Iran. Tarbyat Modares University.

Hasrati, M. (2002). Research student as communities of practice. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of British Association for Applied Linguistics, Cardiff, UK.

Hasrati, M. (2002). Legitimate peripheral participation and supervising PhD students: a case study. Paper presented at the 9th Iranian Students Seminar in Europe. Birmingham, UK.


Invited Talks
2015 (June, 19). Invited talk as Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK. Argumentaion in everyday life.

2011 (March, 28): Invited talk at the School of Linguistics and Graduate Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, Hasrati, M., Exam papers as social spaces for control and manipulation: “Dear Dr X, please I need to pass this course”.

2011 (February, 28): Invited talk at the School of Linguistics and Graduate Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, Hasrati, M., A qualitative study of academic writing practices of postgraduate students in an Iranian university.

2011 (February 10): Invited talk at the Multiple Literacies Research Unit, School of education, University of Ottawa, Canada, Hasrati, M. Material and credential factors affecting joint publication by faculty and graduate students in an Iranian university.

2009 (February): Invited talk at Sanandaj University, Sanandaj, Iran, Hasrati, M. Reading and writing practices of engineering staff: an academic literacies approach.

2008 (September): Invited talk at London Metropolitan University, Hasrati, M. (1) Epistemological underpinnings of quantitative and qualitative research; and (2) Academic writing in Iranian universities.

2008 (February): Invited talk at Sanandaj University, Sanandaj, Iran, Hasrati, M. The contested nature of master dissertations in MA TEFL.


Completed Research Projects
2005 (October): Academic writing in an Iranian university: assumptions, activities and Importance, Funded by Razi University, $1000

2007 (August): A genre analysis of research article abstracts written in Persian, Funded by Razi University, $1000

2008 (December): Informal learning among PhD students in an Iranian university, Funded by Razi University, $1000

2009 (October): MA dissertation defence sessions: assumptions of faculty and graduate students in an Iranian university, Funded by Razi University Research Fund, $1000


Journal Reviewer Responsibilities
TESOL Quarterly
Studies in Higher Education
Journal of Further and Higher Education
TELL (Teaching English and Literature Society of Iran)


Organizing Academic Events
2006 (February, 2-3): Acted as chair of the Third Annual Conference of the Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran. This is the largest annual meeting for applied linguists in Iran
2009 (March): Held workshop at Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran, Hasrati, M. Qualitative research methodology: theory and practice.
2005 (June, 10 & 24): Held workshop at Iran Language Institute, Tehran, Iran, Hasrati, M. Qualitative research: theory and practice


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