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    دانشگاه تهران، ایران

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    Examining Conceptual Metaphors of the Foundation Schema in Middle School Arabic Textbooks‏

    M Ghalandarzahi, K Roshanfekr‏
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    A Critical Study of Postmodern Philosophy in Adonis’ Poems‏

    K Parvini, SH Hosseini, K Roushanfekr, A Fahimifar‏
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    A Review of Al-Mutanabbi in Adonis’s Al-Ketab in the Light of Harold Bloom's Anxiety of Influence Theory

    Khalil Parvini, Kobra Roshanfekr
    Journal Papers , Volume 27 , Issue 2, 2020 August 10, {Pages 17-Jan }

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    Harold Bloom's" anxiety of influence" theory is one of the postmodern flows influenced by Nietzsche's philosophy and Oedipus Freud's theory of relationship between poets and critics, relying on two terms" backward" and" predecessor". Based on this theory, every poet tries to free himself from the anxiety of his influence by employing different mechanisms and proving his independence from the predecessor. Ignoring the extent to which this theory can be applied to all poets and critics, as Harold Bloom puts it. The study of the poetic collection" Al-Ketab", in the present moment" and the assignment of this collection to the text, along with the recitation of the poet's life and poetry by Adonis, are the main motivation. The authors used a des

    Evaluation of Women’s Employment in Sahar Khalifeh’s Novel “Abad Al-Shams” Based on the Women’s Empowerment theory

    Mahmoud Abdanan, Kobra Roshanfekr, Fatemeh Arefifard
    Journal PapersJournal of The Journal of New Critical Arabic Literature , Volume 10 , Issue 18, 2020 July 22, {Pages 51-75 }

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    Sahar Khalifeh is a well-known Palestinian novelist whose reputation is mostly for propounding issues related to women and defending their rights. Since women are in the focus of most of her novels, the author's feminist tendencies and topics have attracted many critics. One of the theories that form the basis of the feminist writings of Sahar Khalifeh is the theory of women's empowerment. The employment of women and their economic independence are considered in the novel as the important tools for empowerment. This paper attempts to analyze the employment of women in the novel of Abad Al-Shams based on the theory of empowerment through a descriptive-analytical method. The research findings indicate that Sahar Khalifeh is influenced by the

    The eastern other from the prerspective of the western I in the novel Sebaq almasafat altavila of Abdol rahmam Monif.

    Hadi Nazari Monazam, Kobra Roshanfekr, Mohammad Rajabi
    Journal Papersآفاق الحضارة الاسلامیة , Volume 23 , Issue 1, 2020 May 1, {Pages 259-286 }

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    In the 1980, a new knowledge emerging that sought to foster social and historical-cultural research, emphasized a new approach to entering scientific fields to eliminate the currently-existing virtual barriers, on which the post-colonial termed (or after Colonialism) after time. Undoubtedly, East and West are the origins of researches regarding post-colonial discourse, so the contrast between East and West, although not geographically, is a civilization.The novel Sabak Al-Masafat Al-Tawilah (Endless Marathon) is the sixth novel of the novels of Abdul Rahman Manif, which scans human and Arabic society’s issues and post-colonialist works, where the author addresses the West's domination of the eastern countries and the search for oil resour

    Manifestation of Afghanistan resistance in the works of Jabber Qumaiha: A Case study of

    Hamed Poorheshmati, Kobra Roshanfekr
    Journal PapersJournal of Arabic Language & Literature , Volume 12 , Issue 1, 2020 August 22, {Pages }

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    In addition to its patriotic function, the mission of resistance poems is international. Because this kind of poem utilizes all its literary and technical capacities to arouse public interest, as well as bring a lawsuit against unwelcome developments in political and social fields of different nations. Throughout history, Afghanistan has terribly suffered from unjustified presence of foreign enemies as well as its arbitrary government. However, the presence of such colonialists as Russia and Britain in Afghanistan, as well as the tyranny of the local government have finally been ended with Afghans' victory in different battlefields. Their resistance against cruelty has demonstrated their high capacity to fight against colonialism to the ext

    A review of the story of breaking idol and thrown into the fire of Hazrat Ibrahim based on the Grimas narrative pattern

    Kobra Roshanfekr, Zeinab Jerandeh, Afshin Jerandeh
    Journal Papers , Volume 3 , Issue 1, 2020 January 21, {Pages Nov-31 }

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    One of the mostimportant features of quran literature is a narrative and fiction structure, incloding the high stories of the? holy quran that came in several surahs , is the story of Hazrat Ibrahim , which has the deepest s Islamic meaning and teachings , according? to the special structure and coherent plan.And the strong bond between its components? can be considered one of the most unique stories of Quran that are expressd in a special way. In the present research , relying on a descriptive –analy tical method,we have investigated the narrative system of the story of Ibrahims idol-breaking and his being set on fire based on Grimas s narrative pattern . the findings of this research? indicate that grimass action patterns , chains and n

    Critical Study of Postmodern Philosophy In the poems of Adonis‏

    K Parvini, SH Hossaini, K Roushanfekr, A Fahimi Far‏
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    جلوه های پایداری افغانستان در شعر جابر قمیحه، بررسی موردی دیوان «لِجهادِ الأفغانِ أُغَنِّی»

    پورحشمتی, روشنفکر, کبری
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    Olia Ansari's stories from Islamism to femininity and patriotism

    Kobra Roshanfekr
    Journal Papersآفاق الحضارة الاسلامیة , Volume 21 , Issue 2, 2019 December 1, {Pages 95-115 }

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    The presence of women from the past has brought innovation in the arts and art of the East and West Because thay have consistently supported the literature and its transformation among nations over the course of various periods. The type of activity of women in variety of artistic and literary arts has been diversified in accordance with the arts Which itself is the subject of discussion to answer questions related to this field. Today, women's literature has attracted many writers and thinkers And the trend of literary and scientific production is remarkable in this regard, Most writings are synchronized with the flow of realism and experience some kind of influence. In the field of fiction and novel writing, women have embraced the dual e

    Examining the dimensions of attachment in the “swiss vatan va tabeidgah” novel for sana abousharrar

    Kobra Roshanfekr, Faramarz Meirzaei
    Journal PapersLesan-on Mobeen-on , Volume 11 , Issue 37, 2019 September 23, {Pages 108-89 }

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    Place attachment as one of the levels of sense of place means emotional and positive connection between the person and the place.this link is the result of emotional and emotional interactions and the deep behavioral behavior of individuals with place.Since the site is one of the important and influential elements of the novel,attachment to location can be considered as important indicator to examine the location and its role in personality attachment.The “swissra vatan va tabeidgah” novel of sana abousharrar has many spatial capabilities to express the attachment of spatial attachment.This study intends to analyze the dimensions of attachment to place and following those steps in the presence of person in the position that leads to the

    Attributes of the local themein the novel

    Kobra Roshanfekr, Kaveh Kherzri, Hadi NazariMonazam, Faramarz Mirzaei
    Journal Papersآفاق الحضارة الاسلامية , Volume 22 , Issue 1, 2019 May 1, {Pages 79-103 }

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    The universal literature is an emerging theory in the field of literary critique and comparative literature whose theoretical foundations are evolving. According to this theory, the universal literature is the theory that it wants to study the elements of the universality of literature in various textsto examine the mechanism of travel of text and its entry into the world of literature.The novel, "Memory in the flesh", by AhlamMostaghanemi, is one of the successful novels of the Algerian writer who, after earning several credible awards in the Arab world, such as the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature, was able to translate into major languages, then it was able to attend the universal literature. Among the important conditions for the pre

    A Comparative Study of the Devil Poems of Khalil Hawi and Forough Farrokhzad

    Sorayya Rahimi, Kobra Roshanfekr
    Journal PapersArabic Literature , Volume 11 , Issue 2, 2019 September 23, {Pages 23-43 }

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    In the religious context, the Devil’s rebellion in the creation myth represents sin, evil, and eternal damnation. But sometimes writers, by disturbing familiar signs and defamiliarization of names such as the Devil, recreate religious myths which are of a new form and which, regarding their content, oppose the original ones and, thus, are not very consistent with public opinion. The present research, focusing on the practice of defamiliarization of familiar concepts, examines the symbolic representation of the Devil in the poems of Khalil Hawi and Forough Farrokhzad who, with a different conception of this symbol, have transcended the borders of religious concepts. As deconstruction of literary works into their sources and influences dest

    Analysis of place belonging in the novel “Enni ashtaqho elayk” by Sana Abou Sharar‏

    N Kazemzadeh, K Roushanfekr, F Mirzaei, MJ Yousefian‏
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    An Analysis on the Meaning of the Term Exaggeration in Shawqi Dhaifs Books

    KOBRA ROSHANFEKR, MOHAMMAD AMIRIFAR
    Journal Papers , Volume 10 , Issue 200351, 2018 December 22, {Pages 41-59 }

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    In spite of brilliant thoughts and ration-oriented manners in Shia discourse، during the history and in practice، Shia has always been looked down upon by its rivals; thus، at times by the establishment of superstitious and deviant ideologies seeking the distortion of Shia reputation and also by the manipulation of some deviant ideological groups such as exaggeraters (Ghulut)، despising Shia and its ideas. Shawqi Dhaif in his books has utilized the term “exaggeration” about most of the poets of Abbasian era، and calls them exaggerators. The present study، in reference to dictionaries and other resources، and by presenting various definitions، attempts to illuminate the meaning of the term “exaggeration” from Dhaif’s point

    Picture Shadows of Beirut in Mahmoud Darwish Poetry

    Kobra Roshanfekr, HESHMATI HAMED POUR
    Journal Papers , Volume 14 , Issue 100280, 2018 January 1, {Pages 16-Jan }

    Abstract

    Palestinian poetry Because of the challenge between the Palestinians and Israelis was attentive to town and among cities and calling them become the source of goodness and mercy and Drive Poetic image fits toward the his poetry goal but its Repetition inspiration poetry substantiality poet Mahmoud Darwish and strengthen the stability of his identity and it have the Most Repetition of cities so that the continuous Repetition between the poet and the city reveals of a strong relationship, for example of many Symbolic implications that they fluctuate Between the experience of grief and pain, and shine and prosperity of the city. In addition, Beirut by poet expresses the name of the land of Palestine, when the roots of the city Found strength w

    The Role of Tribal Discourse in Changing Notion of Ahl al-Bayt and Qorba and its Impact on the Identification of Bani Hashem

    Vahid Baseri, Sadegh Ayenehvand, Kobra Roshanfekr
    Journal PapersThe Journal of Research in Humanities , Volume 25 , Issue 1, 2018 September 10, {Pages 37-55 }

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    Tribalism was the most important component of the thoughts and behavior of Arabs who had transformed themselves into Islam. In the teachings of Islam, there was no place for tribal prejudice, and the Prophet (PBUH) did not give it an opportunity to rise through his revelation and management. Tribalism re-emerged with the passing of the Prophet and gradually became a discourse and affected many issues of the Islamic community. Families are important components of tribal discourse, and Hashemites, as one of the three famous families of Quraysh, as well as the founding family of Islam, are more than others in the context of its developments and currents. The main issue of this research is the question of how did tribalism affect the virtue and

    Martyr in the poetry of Izzedin Al-Manasrah

    Kobra Roshanfekr, Khalil Parvini, Ali Gangian, Amir Farhangnia
    Journal Papersآفاق الحضارة الاسلامیة , Volume 20 , Issue 2, 2018 December 1, {Pages 25-45 }

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    Testimony, selection, election, and reverence are the divine servants of God, and martyrs and martyrs are one of the most prominent components of poetry of resistance to the most extensive poetry areas that poets consider. Therefore, the poet of the resistance must shape his own destiny and be the source of freedom and independence and adhere to the issues of his nation.The Palestinian poet, Izz al-Din Mozaraha, is among the poets of resistance and those who are martyrs and martyrs. Devoted to the freedom of choosing faith and is responsible for the society that depends on it, and it is accompanied by the efforts of its people and helps against the oppression and the outbreak of resistance against the tyranny, and He does not accept reconci

    The aesthetics of the use of women and love in the poetry of Adonis between Sufi and Surrealist views (Case Study: lover Transformationspoety)

    Mohamadreza Ahmadi, Khalil Parvini, Kobra Roshanfekr, Hadi Nazarimonazzam
    Journal PapersLesan-on Mobeen-on , Volume 9 , Issue 31, 2018 May 22, {Pages 23-1 }

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    Contemporary Arab poets turned to use Sufism in their poetry and mixed it with Modern literary trends. This approach, which is a kind of return to the past, has emerged in Adunis’s poetry. This study attempts to study two common principles between Sufism and Surrealism: love and women in "lover Transformations " poety By implementing the descriptive-analytical method. In it, Adunis puts emphasize on woman and love as two common elements in Surrealism and Sufism; in such a way that a woman sometimes acts as a creator and sometimes a creature, sometimes is external, and sometimes inward. Love is one of the ways that the beloved/mystic is Combines with the beloved/God/Absolute. This combination in Sufism is called "pantheism" and in surreali

    The Elements of Universal Literature in the Novel The Beggar by Nagiub Mahfouz

    Kaveh Khezri, Kobra Roshanfekr, Hadi Nazari Monazzam, Somayye Sameni
    Journal PapersRays of Criticism in Arabic and Persian , Volume 7 , Issue 28, 2018 January 1, {Pages 80-70 }

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    The universal literature is an emerging theory in the field of literarycriticism and comparative literature whose theoretical foundations are evolving.According to this theory, universal literature is a theory that seeks to examine and evaluate the mechanism of text’s transnational perception and investigate its presence in the world of literature and all this conducted through the examination of the elements of universal literature.Among those who have contributed to the development of this theory, one can mention David Damrosch and Hosam Al Khatib. The present paper seeks to integrate, in addition to theoretical explanation of the concept of universal literature, to analyze and develop the elements of universal literature in the novel T

    دروس نیمسال جاری

    • دكتري
      شعر معاصر عربي ( واحد)
      دانشکده علوم انسانی، گروه زبان و ادبيات عرب
    • كارشناسي ارشد
      آموزش زبان عربي براي اهداف ويژه ( واحد)
    • كارشناسي ارشد
      تحليل و نقد شعر و نثر از آغاز تا پايان دوره اموي ( واحد)

    دروس نیمسال قبل

    • كارشناسي ارشد
      آزمون سازي ( واحد)
      دانشکده علوم انسانی، گروه زبان و ادبيات عرب
    • دكتري
      شعر عربي ازآغاز تا دوره معاصر ( واحد)
    • كارشناسي ارشد
      روش تحقيق، مقاله نويسي و سمينار در مسائل ادبي ( واحد)
    • دكتري
      انديشه هاي متفكران مسلمان معاصر درباره زنان و خانواده ( واحد)
    • 1397
      سعيدي ويري, زهرا
      جنبه هاي آموزشي ساختارهاي صرفي و نحوي در شروح معلقات بررسي موردي شرح ابن نحاس و شرح شنتمري و شرح زوزني
    • 1394
      صباغيان, علي
      تغييرات خانواده در رمان معاصر الجزاير
    • 1395
      دلاورابربكوه, زهرا
    • 1396
      صادقي, زهرا
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    • مدیر گروه مطالعات زنان
    • دبیر کارگروه تخصصی مدیریت و مشارکت اجتماعی - سیاسی
    • عضو کمیته علمی پژوهشی شورای راهبردی زنان فرهیخته دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی
    • عضو شورای تخصصی مطالعات زنان پژوهشگاه علوم انسانی
    • رئیس دبیرخانه ی جذب هیات اجرایی جذب اعضای هیات علمی پژوهشگاه علوم انسانی و مطالعات فرهنگی
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    • مدیر داخلی و قائم مقام مدیر مسئول مجله
    • عضو شورای آموزشی و پژوهشی دانشکده
    • عضو شورای آموزشی و پژوهشی دانشکده
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