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The Institute for International Energy Studies (IIES), affiliated to the Islamic Republic of Iran Ministry of Petroleum, was established in 1991. The Ministry of Science, Research and Technology granted an official certification to the IIES Research Faculty in... more.
Adjunct Professor of Near Eastern Studies
Open Society Institute
International Policy Fellow
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Stony Brook University
Special Sessions - 21st World Petroleum Congress
Dr. Majid Mohammadi, Deputy for Institute for International Energy Studies, I.I.E.S.
Dr. Majid Mohammadi, Institute for International Energy Studies
Faculty | Tavaana
Majid Mohammadi Mr. Mohammadi teaches Tavaana's Introduction to Iranian Civil Society course and led a series of four live, public Tavaana webinars on Social Entrepreneurship. The "Introduction to Iranian Civil Society" course covers the legal and historical foundations of Iranian civil society, focusing on the development of these in the areas of labor and trade, art and culture, politics, religion, media, women and youth, and education. The course features guest lecturers with experience in these fields. Mr. Mohammadi is among Iran's prominent sociologists and media analysts. Currently he is an analyst for Radio Free Europe and Radio Farda. From 2009 to 2010, he was a visiting scholar at Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies. Before joining SBIGS in 2009, he was an associate professor at Glenville State College, a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University, and an International Policy Fellow at the Open Society Institute. Before moving to the U.S. in 2000, Mr. Mohammadi worked in workshops to draft legislation in Iran. He also taught college courses on politics, media and religion, and was a consultant with a number of Iranian press centers, public institutions, and research centers. He is the author of several books on Iranian society.
A Forum on Human Rights and Democracy in Iran - Gozaar - Majid Mohammadi
Religion's Chaotic Market and the Envious Doormen of Paradise Religion's Chaotic Market and the Envious Doormen of Paradise Majid Mohammadi Majid Mohammadi is a visiting scholar at Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies. Before joining SBIGS in 2009, Mohammadi was an associate professor at Glenville State College, a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University and an International Policy Fellow at the Open Society Institute. Before moving to the U.S. in 2000, he worked in workshops to draft legislations. He also taught college courses on politics, media and religion, and was a consultant with a number of press centers, public institutions, and research centers in Iran. He has been granted dozens of research funds and is the author of several books, including Heaven's Ladder: Analytic Philosophy of Religion; Political Reforms Quandary in Iran Today; Introduction to Sociology and Economics of Culture in Iran Today; Authoritarian Face: Iranian TV, 1990-2000; Civil Society: Iranian Style; Religion vs. Faith; and Sacred vs. Secular: Islamicization Process in Iran. His articles have appeared in The Journal of Middle Eastern and North African Intellectual and Cultural Studies, Journal of the International Society for Iranian Studies, Nameh-ye Farhang, Rasaneh, Farhang, Honar haye Ziba, Farabi, Pajoohesh Nameh, Nameh-ye Pajoohesh, and Rahyaft. Mohammadi received his B.S. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Shiraz University in 1984 and his M.A. in Philosophy from Tehran University in 1990. He completed his Ph. D. in Sociology in 2006.
A Forum on Human Rights and Democracy in Iran - Gozaar
Intelligence Services; from attracting foreign funds to suppressing dissidents