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Background Information

Employment History

Tavaana's Foundations


Adjunct Professor of Near Eastern Studies

Binghamton University


Associate Professor

Glenville State College


Gozaar


Affiliations

Open Society Institute

International Policy Fellow


Princeton University

Postdoctoral Fellow


Education

B.S.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Shiraz University


M.A.

Philosophy

Tehran University


Ph. D.

Sociology


Ph.D.

sociology

Stony Brook University


Web References(46 Total References)


Release Dr. Kian Tajbakhsh from detention in Tehran

www.freekian.org [cached]

Majid Mohammadi, Binghamton University, U.S.


A Forum on Human Rights and Democracy in Iran - Gozaar - چشم‌اندازی برای حقوق بشر و دموکراسی در ایران

www.gozaar.net [cached]

Majid Mohammadi is an international policy fellow at the Open Society Institute, as well as an adjunct professor of Near Eastern Studies at Binghamton University and a correspondent for Radio France Internationale.
Before joining the Binghamton faculty in 2005, Dr. Mohammadi wrote weekly for Gooya Newswebsite for four years. Before moving to the U.S. in 2000, he worked to draft legislations in Iran. 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. Dr. 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. at Stony Brook University (NY) in sociology in 2006.


Freedom House: Gozaar Examines Armed Gangs, Youth Movement's Future in Iran

www.freedomhouse.org [cached]

Majid Mohammadi, a correspondent at Radio France Internationale and an adjunct professor at Binghamton University, compares Iran's Green Movement with other social movements and recommends six strategies that the demonstrators should employ to resist Iran's totalitarian leaders.


A Forum on Human Rights and Democracy in Iran - Gozaar - چشم‌اندازی برای حقوق بشر و دموکراسی در ایران

www.gozaar.net [cached]

Majid Mohammadi is an international policy fellow at the Open Society Institute, as well as an adjunct professor of Near Eastern Studies at Binghamton University and a correspondent for Radio France Internationale.
Before joining the Binghamton faculty in 2005, Dr. Mohammadi wrote weekly for Gooya News website for four years. Before moving to the U.S. in 2000, he worked to draft legislations in Iran. 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. Dr. 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. at Stony Brook University (NY) in sociology in 2006. Fereshteh Molavi, a researcher, freelance editor, and translator, published articles and books while still living in Iran.


www.cfp2008.org

Majid Mohammadi is a professor of Near Eastern studies at Binghamton University


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