رزومه دكتر نوربخش هوتي
 


Noorbakhsh Hooti, PhD
 
Razi University,
Faculty of Arts,
English Department,
Post code: 6714967346
Kermanshah, Iran.
E-mail: nhooti@yahoo.com
Cell: +989125935460
 
Curriculum Vitae
 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Dramatic Literature, University of Pune, Pune, India
Graduation: July, 2007
Dissertation: The Theme Of Isolation in The Plays of John Osborne: A Critical Study of Look Back in Anger (1957), The Entertainer (1958), And Inadmissible Evidence (1964)
 
 
MA in English Language and Literature, University of Pune, Pune, India
  Graduation: March, 1990
 
BA in English Language and Literature, University of Pune, Pune, India
Graduation: April, 1986
 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

 
Date
Institution & Position
Responsibilities
Details
2009-
 
 
 
 
 
2007-
2009
 
 
 
Razi University of Kermanshah, Iran
 
Razi University of Kermanshah, Iran
Associate Professor in
Dramatic Literature
 
Assistant Professor in
Dramatic Literature
 
 
Teaching responsibilities include MA courses: Renaissance Drama, Contemporary world Drama and PhD course: Dramatic Literature
 
 
 
 
 
 
Teaching responsibilities include Advanced Essay writing; Introduction to the Short Story; Drama (I & II); Literary Schools; oral Reproduction (I &II), Lab (I&II),
 
 
Research responsibilities include investigating and negotiating collaborative/joint projects with potential partners; supervising PhD and Masters students; contributing to the faculty’s research committees
 
Experience in Distance Learning:
Supervising MA and PhD students in a distant mode
2003-2007
University
of Pune,
India
PhD
Scholar
Completing my PhD Course in Dramatic Literature
 
1993-
2002
Chabahar Maritime University, Chabahar, Iran
English Teacher
Teaching responsibilities include Advanced Essay writing; Introduction to the Short Story; Drama (I & II); Literary Schools; Interpreting (Simultaneous Translation); oral Reproduction (I &II), Lab (I&II), English Phonology & phonetics
 
 
 
 
 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Selected undergraduate courses taught
·        English Phonology and Phonetics
·        Teaching Language Skills
·        Essay Writing
·        Reading Comprehension
·        Academic Writing
·        Grammar and Writing
·        Oral Reproduction
·        Introduction to Short Story
·        Introduction to Drama
·        Literary Schools
Selected graduate courses taught
·        Renaissance Drama
·        Contemporary World Drama
·        Dramatic Literature
 
 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

 
Selected Publications in Refereed Journals:
 
Hooti, N; & Salehi, A. (2014). Desire for the other and the Iterable Identity in the Social
Context: A Postmodern Reading of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. Romanian Journal of English Studies, 11(1), 86-97
Hooti, N. (2014). The Nature of the Metaphysics of Presence in Christopher Marlow’s Doctor
Faustus. Science Road Journal, 2(5), 1-8
Hooti, N; & Ashrafian, A. (2014). D.H. Lawrence’s St. Mawr: An Ecocritical Study. 3L
Journal, 20(2), 31-42
Hooti, N; & Ghaderi, A. (2014). A Foucauldian-Derridean Critique of T. S. Eliot’s
‘Tradition and the Individual Talent’: A Reconciliation of Critical Theories. Spectrum: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 3(6),  1-12(Special issue on Behavioral, Humanities, and Applied Sciences)
Hooti, N; & Borna, M. (2014).The Profound Sense of Dissatisfaction: A Comparative Study
of Franz Kafka’s A Hunger Artist and Maulana Jalalu-d'-Din Muhammad i Rumi’s A Man ofBaghdad.Advances in Language and Literary Studies (ALLS), 5 (1), 53-57-Doi:10.7575/aiac.alls.v.5n.1p.53
Hooti, N. (2014) Arthur Miller’s All My Sons: A Deconstructive Study. International
Journal of Language Learning and Applied Linguistics World (IJLLALW), 5(2), 321-334
Hooti, N. (2014). Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: A Deconstructive Study. Asian
Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, 4(4), 476-482
Hooti, N; & Navidi, M. (2014). Foucault’s Veins in Some of William Blake’s Poems.
            Journal of Social Issues & Humanities, 2(1) 
 Hooti, N; & Safiyan Boldaji, V. (2013). Illusion Versus Reality In Arms and the Man By
George Bernard Shaw. International Journal of Management and Humanity sciences,Vol., 2 (S), 956-961  
Hooti, N; & Rashin. F (2013). The Sense of Paranoia in William Congreve’s Way of the
Hooti, N; & Safiyan Boldaji,V. (2013). A Freudian study of Humor in Adam Elliot’s clay-
animated black comedy-drama film: Mary and Max. Journal of Science and Today’s World, 2(11), 371-1380
Hooti, N; & Mahmoudi, Y. (2013). Black Veil of Ignorantism under the Unconscious
Conscience of Human Soul in Shirley Jackson’s Lottery. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 5(10), 1245-1251  
Hooti, N. (2013). Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot: A Deconstructive study.
International Journal of Management and Humanity Sciences (IJMHS), 2 (5), 353-359
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni, M. (2013). George Bernard Shaw’s Heroically Theatrical Revolutionin
Arms and the Man. BARNOLIPI Journal, 3(2), 1-23
Hooti, N. (2013). William Shakespeare’s Hamlet: A Deconstructive Study.
            International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 4(11), 3903-3909
Hooti, N; & Mahmoudi, Y. (2013). Identity Discordianism under the Trepidation and
Duplicity of Human Essence: A Trenchant Investigation on Luigi Pirandello’s War. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 3(7), 1209-1213
Zanganeh, E ,R; Hooti, N; & Babakhani T. (2013). Emanation of Beauty and Love in Hafez’s Sonnets. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 4(2), 227-237
Hooti, N; & Arjmand, F. (2013). The Nature of Identity in “The Grapes of Wrath”: A
postmodern Study. International Journal of Modern Anthropology, Vol. 6, 38 - 59 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ijma.v1i6.2
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni, M. (2013). Clash of conventionality and unconventionality: Quest for
Deliverance from the Social Slienation in Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure. International Journal of English and Literature, 4(4)174-180, DOI: 10.5897/IJEL2012.0367
Hooti, N. (2012). The Immature Sense of Maturity in Tolstoy’s Little Girls are Wiser than
Men: A Critical Analysis of Mental Age and Physical Age. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 2(5),4654-4657
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni, M. (2012). Tragic Manifestations of the Living Souls in Thomas
Hardy's The Mayor of Casterbridge. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 2(5)5002-5006
Hooti, N. (2012). The Smiling Soul of Love in the World of Innocence and Simplicity in O.
Henry’s The Gift of the Magi. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research,2(5)5179-5181
Hooti, N; & Omrani. V. (2012). The Imposed Guest in Aziz Nesin’s A House on the Border:
A Lyotardian Study. American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 55, 115-118
Hooti, N; & Torkamaneh, P. (2012). Albert Camus’s The Stranger: Unreflective Feeling,
Indefensible Indifference. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 2(4)
Hooti, N; & Faranak, P. (2012). The Nature of Justice and Judgment in O. Henry’s After
Twenty Years. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research,2(5),4834-4838
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni. M. (2012). The Duality of Self in Oscar Wilde's The Importance of
Being Earnest. American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 54, 61-67
Hooti, N. (2012).   The Suppressed and overlooked Sobs of the war under the Sham Shield of
Honor, Heroism and Patriotism: A Critical Study of Luigi Pirandello’s War. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research,2(4),4308-4311
Hooti, N. (2012). The Nature of Responsibility in the Agonized World of the Rich Souls in
Albert Camus’ The Guest: A Study in Existential Outlook. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 2(4), 3747-3752
Hooti, N; & Partovi,N. (2012) The Agony of the Unheeded Sobs in Anton Chekhov’s Misery.
Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research,2(4),4115-4118
Hooti, N. (2012). The Dreadful Submission to the Fatal Rituals in Shirley Jackson’s The
Lottery: A Derridian Study. American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 53, 65-69  
 Hooti, N; & Omrani, V. (2012). The Black Shadow of Metanarratives in William Faulkner’s
A Rose for Emily: A Lyotardian Study. American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 50, 5-8
Hooti, N; &Esmaeeli, M. (2012). The Self-eroding Voice of the Disgruntled Soul in Anton
Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 49, 102-107
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni, M. (2012). The predicament of Woman in Henrik Ibsen’s When We
Dead Awaken: A Modernist Study. American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 52, 42-47
Hooti, N; & Tahmasebi, Z. (2012) Peter Ackroyd’s Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem: A
Lyotardian Study. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 2(4), 4051-4058
Hooti, N. (2011) The Miasma of Status Complex in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Journal of Basic
and Applied Scientific Research, 2(3)2999-3002
Hooti, N; & Rashidi, M. (2011). Radical and Conservative Ideologies in Coleridge’s
Remorse. American Journal of Scientific Research, 2(5), 96-104 
Hasrati, M; Gheitury,A; & Hooti, N. (2010). A Genre Analysis of Persian Research Article
Abstracts: Communicative Moves and Author Identity. Iranian Journal of Applied Language Studies, 2 (2)
Hooti, N; & Esmaeeli, M. (2011). The Swamp of Self-deception in Bertolt Brecht’s Mother
Courage and her Children. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(24), 137-141
Hooti, N & Torkamaneh, P. (2011). Samuel Beckett’s Rough for Theatre I and II: A Revolt
against Absurdity. Global Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12(2), 1-7
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni, M. (2011). Fragrance of Deliverance in the Slough of Agony in George
Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple. Studies in Sociology of Science, 2(2)    
Hooti, N; & Davoodi, A. (2011). The Battle between Responsibility and Manipulation in
Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(20), 202-210  
Hooti, N; & Jeihouni, M. (2012).George Bernard Shaw'sAndrocles and the Lion:A
Postmodernist Study. International Education Studies, 5(2), 139-144
Hooti, N; & Navidi. M. (2011). Foregrounding Foucault's Ideas of Power in Shelly’s Mont
Blanc and Malekolshoare Bahar’s Damavandieh. Cross-cultural Communication, 7(4)
Hooti, N; & Tahmasebi, Z. (2011). Peter Ackroyd’s Chatterton: A Lyotardian Study.
Canadian Social Science, 7(5) 
Hooti, N; & Fakhri, R. (2011). The Nature of Guilt in Eugene O’Neill’s Mourning Becomes
Electra. Studies in Literature and Language, 3(2)  
Hooti, N; & Torkamaneh, P. (2011). Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House: A Postmodernist Study.
Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 1(9), 1103-1110
Hooti, N; & Habibi, S. (2011). The Nature of Guilt in Arthur Miller’s All my Sons. Studies in
Literature and Language, 3(1)
Hooti, N; & Davoodi, A. (2011). "A Postmodernist Reading of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts.
Canadian Social Science, 7(4)
Hooti, N. (2011). The Miasma of Contradictions and Malicious Relationships in Strindberg's
Plays: A Biographical Approach. Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa, 3(1)
Hooti, N; & Torkamaneh, P. (2011). Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot: A Postmodernist
Study. English Language and Literature Studies, Canadian Center of Science and Education, 1(1), 40-49
Hooti, N. (2011). “Quest for Identity in Tennessee Williams’ ‘The Streetcar Named Desire.
Studies in Literature and Language, 2(3)
Hooti, N; & Zohdi, M. (2011). Nature of Self in Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge.
Cross-cultural Communication, 7(2)
Hooti, N; & Ahmadi, M. (2011).The Tragic Sense of Passivity, Docility and Marriage 
Conventionality in Hardy’s The Woodlanders. International Journal of English Linguistics, 1(2), 134-140
Hooti, N. 2011. The Apprehensive and Suppressed Soul of the Fallen Woman in Thomas
Hardy’s Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Theory and Practice in Language Studies,1(6), 630-634
Hooti, N. (2011). The Poverty of Apprehensive Search for Truth in William Faulkner’s the
Sound and the Fury.Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 2 (1), 1-12
Hooti, N. (2011). The Nature of Search for Self in Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo.
Journal of Canadian Social Science, 7(3)
Hooti, N; & Ahmadi, M. (2011). Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness: A Postcolonial Study.
Studies in Literature and Language, 2(2)
Hooti, N. (2011). Oscillation between Modernism to Postmodernism in Shakespeare’s
Hamlet. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 1(4), 327-336
Hooti, N; & Rashidi, M. (2011). Radicalism in Byron’s Manfred: A politico-religious Study.
Journal of Language Teaching and Research (JLTR,) 2(5), 1023-1030
Hooti, N; & Omrani, V. (2011). Kurt Vonnegut,s "Slaughterhouse -Five": A Postmodernist
Study. Journal of Language Teaching and Research (JLTR), 2(4), 816-822
Hooti, N; & Azizpour, F. (2011). The Sense of Isolation in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons: A
Postmodernist Study. Cross-cultural Communication, 7(1)
Hooti, N; & Shooshtarian, S. (2011). A Postmodernist Reading of Harold Pinter's ‘The
Homecoming’. Cross-cultural Communication, 7(2)
 
Hooti, N. (2011). Search for Self-recognition in Tennessee Williams’ 'The Glass Menagerie'.
Romanian Journal of English Studies, Vol. 8
Hooti, N. (2011). The Impossibility of Verifying Reality in Harold Pinter’s Old Times.
Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 1(5), 556-562
Hooti, N; & Omrani, V. (2011). "Language and the Status of the Real in William Faulkner’s
Light in August: A Historio-cultural Study. Canadian Social Science, 7(2)
Hooti, N; & Shooshtarian, S. (2011). A Postmodernist Reading of Tom Stoppard's
"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead". Studies in Literature and Language, 2(1)
Hooti, N; & Shooshtarian, S. (2011). A Postmodernist Reading of Sam Shepard's “Buried
Child”. Canadian Social Science, 7 (1)
Hooti, N. (2011). The Quest for Identity in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”. Academic
Journals: Journals of English and Literature, 2(2), 68-74
Hooti, N & Omrani, V. (2011). Saul Bellow‟s Seize the Day”: A Modernist Study. Theory
and Practice in Language Studies, 1(3), 252-262
Hooti, N; & Azizpour, F. (2010). Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: A Postmodernist
Study. Studies in Literature and Language: Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture, 1(8)
Hooti, N; & Shooshtarian, S. (2010). A Postmodernist Reading of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.
Studies in Literature and Language, 1(7)
Hooti, N. (2010). Sense of Isolation in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Romanian
Journal of English Studies, Vol. 7
Hooti, N; & Rashidi, M.  (2010). The Impossibility of Communication in a World of Spiritual
Impotence in Albee’s ‘’The Zoo Story’’. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(2), 1-11
Maleki, N; & Hooti, N. (2010). Search for Self in Arthur Miller’s the Death of a Salesman.
Marang Journal of Language and Literature. Vol. 20
Hooti, N; & Maleki, N. (2010). Terror and Ambivalence of the Human Soul in O’Neill’s the
Emperor Jones and the Hairy Ape. Global Journal of Humanities, 7 (1&2), 9-18
Hooti, N; & Maleki, N. (2009). The Voice of Conscience in the Vortex of Capitalism in
Arthur Miller’s All My Sons. Oye: Ogun Journal of Arts, xz( xv)  
Maleki, N; Hooti, N; & Farahian, M. (2009). Time and Chronology in Modern Novels: An
Example of Woolf and Joyce. Marang: Journal of Language and Literature, Vol. 19
 
Published Books:
Hooti, N. (2002).A comparative Dictionary of American and British English, Gilar Press,        
Rasht, Iran
Hooti, N. (2009). Hamlet in Modern English, Razi University Press, Kermanshah, Iran
Hooti, N; & Maleki, N. (2011).Othello in Modern English, Razi University Press,
Kermanshah, Iran
Maleki, N; & Hooti, N. (2011). A Short History of Literary Theory, Razi University Press,
Kermanshah, Iran
 
 
Selected Conference Presentations:
Hooti, N. (2010).The Miasma of Sense of Non-belonging in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, International Conference on English Language and Literature, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran, (12-14May 2010)
Hooti, N. (2012).The Famished Vortex of Estrangement and Disintegration in Shakespeare’sHamlet, International Conference on English Language and Literature (ICELL – 2012)Hyderabad, India,(14 – 15 July 2012)
Invited Talks
 
2012 (January, 28): Invited talk at Razi Uinversity, Kermanshah, Iran, Hooti, N. The Overall problems of Iranian Students in Learning English
 
2012 (March, 10): Invited talk at Shokooh Language Institute, Kermanshah, Iran, Hooti, N. A Comparative Look at British & American English.
2013 (May 20) Invited talk at Keihan Language Institute, Kermanshah, Iran, Hooti, N. The Problems of the Iranian Teachers in Teaching Grammar & Pronunciation
2014 (January 10): Invited talk at the College of Agriculture, Kermanshah, Iran, Hooti, N. How to overcome the apprehension of Speaking English: A One Day Workshop for the Post-graduate Students
 
2014 (March 18): Invited talk at the College of Agriculture, Kermanshah, Iran, Hooti, N. Academic Article Writing for the Post-graduate Students
 
Completed Research Projects:
 
2008:Theme of Alienation in Arthur Miller’s Death of Salesman and Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, Razi University, English Department, 2008.
2008:The History of Translation of the Works of William Shakespeare in Persian prose, Razi University, English Department

EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research (JBASR,
Journal of Social Issues & Humanities,
International Journal of English and Literature,
Universal Journal of Education and General Studies,
Journal of Educational Research and Reviews /JERR/
Iranian Journal of Language Issues (IJLI),
Journal of Peace, Gender and Development studies,
South African Journal of Education,
 
 
 

Academic Awards

 
Researcher of the year (2010), College of Literature & Human Science, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
Researcher of the year (2012), College of Literature & Human Science, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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