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Dr. A. Ghavam CV

بازدید: 1378

FuLL Professor for Department of Political Sciences, Faculty of Economic & Political Sciences
Website : www.ghavam.ir
Professional Experiences
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Position: Director of the Political science Department , Shahid Beheshti University (Ex-   National University of Iran), Tehran, Iran, March 15,1987-Dec 17, 2003
Editor-in-Chief of Political and International Approaches quarterly since 2006
Duties
1. Provide Instructional leadership and manage the day-to-day activities of the Department;
2. Serve on academic or Administrative Committees the deal with institutional policies; departmental matters, and academic issues;
3. Direct the educational programs;
4. Collaborate with colleagues to address teaching and research issues;
5. Interview applicants for teaching position;
6. Performs administrative duties in addition to teaching assignments;
7. Administer department’s budget and recruit academic personnel;
8. Keep abreast of developments in the field of Political Science & International Relations by reading current literature, talking with colleagues and participating in professional conferences;
9. Conduct research in field of knowledge, and publish findings in professional journals, books;
10.Direct professors and plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content and course materials and methods of instruction.

Teaching
Position: Professor, Shahid Beheshti (Ex-National University of Iran), Tehran, Iran
Courses Taught: International Relations Theory (1 & 2), Comparative Politics, Foreign Policy Analysis, Criticism of IR Theories Evaluation, Problems of Political Development in Iran, Theoretical Evolutions in IR globalization & localization from  Oct 20,1997 to-date
1-Teach university subjects to undergraduate and graduate students;
2- Prepare, administer and grade examinations, laboratory assignments and reports;
3-Collaborate with colleagues to address teaching and research issues;
4- Serve on academic or administrative committees that deal with institutional policies, departmental matters, and academic issues;
5-Represent universities as speaker and guest lecturer.

Position: Associate Professor, Shahid Beheshti University, (Ex- National University of Iran) Tehran, Iran. Courses Taught: Principles of International Relations (A & B), Political Text in English Language ( A & B), Political Renovation & Revolution, Methods of Comparative Politics, ESP (Especialized English course, 2) March 1, 1988-Oct 10, 1997.
Duties:
1- Teach university subjects to undergraduate and graduate students;
2- Prepare and deliver lectures to students and conduct  sessions or discussion groups;
3- Direct research programs of graduate students and advise on research matters;
4- Represent universities as speakers and guest lecturers

Position: Assistant Professor, Shahid Beheshti University (Ex- National University of Iran)
Tehran, Iran, March 21,1983- March 1, 1988. Courses Taught: Principles of International Relations, Concepts & Terminology of Political Science, Political text in English Language, Different Theories in International Relations, Comparative Political Systems
Duties:
1- Teach university subjects to undergraduate and graduate students;
2- Prepare and deliver lectures to students and conduct  sessions or discussion groups;
3- Direct research programs of graduate students and advise on research matters;
4- Represent universities as speakers and guest lecturers
Position: Lecturer at College of Political & Social Sciences, Tehran, Iran 1978-1983
Courses Taught: Applications of Political Theories, Foreign Policy of Major Powers.

Duties:
1-Teach university subjects to undergraduate and graduate students;
2- Prepare and deliver lectures to students and conduct laboratory sessions or discussion groups;
3-Direct research programs of graduate students and advise on research matters;
      
Educational Background
University of Aberdeen, UK, Ph. D. in Politics, 1980;
University of Aberdeen,U K. MLitt. In Social Theory and Public Policy, 1975;
University of Illinois, USA, MPA, 1973;
National University of Iran, Tehran, Iran, BA in Political Science, 1968.
      
Research Interests
Supervision of more than 100 dissertations, thesis & Projects since 1981. Most projects were within Political Development, Comparative Politics, Regional Studies, International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis and Globalization.
 
Publication & Honors Book
    1. The Pacific Basin: Importance and Issues, Tehran, Iran1989.
    2. Political Development and Administrative Change, Tehran, Iran, 1990.
    3. Principles of Foreign Policy and International Politics, Tehran, Iran, 1993 (won Book of the Year). The 17th edition has been revised in 2011.
    4. Critique of Modernization and Development Theories: Problems of Theory Building for the Third World States, Tehran, Iran, 1995.
    5. Comparative Politics, Tehran, Iran, 1996.The 7th edition has been revised in 2011.
    6. Challenges to Political Development, Tehran, Iran, 1997.The 6th edition has been revised in 2011.
    7. Globalization and the Third World, Tehran, Iran, 2003. The 8th edition has been revised in 2010.
    8. International Relations; Theories & Approaches, Tehran, Iran, 2006.The 5th edition has been revised in 2011.
    9. From Conflict to Solidarity: Investigating IR of the Middle East based on English School perspective, Tehran, Iran 2008.
    10. State-Building, Nation-Building and Theory of IR, Tehran, Iran 2009.
    11. The process of Nation-State Building in South Caucasus Republics, Tehran, Iran 2010.
    12. European Union; identity, security & politics, Tehran, Iran 2010.
    13. Politicology: an Introduction to the Science of Politics, Tehran, Iran 2011.
    14. Theory of International Relations: Precedents & Prospects Tehran, Iran 2011.
    15. Application of International Relations Theories : International Politics in Theory & Practice , 2014.
 
ARTICLE
    1. An Evaluation of Local Councils in Iran: A Diagnostic Approach, 1980.
    2. Political Dimensions of Planning in Non- Communist States, 1981.
    3. The Role and functions of Informal Organizations, 1982.
    4. The Dilemma of Theory- Building in Political Development, 1983.
    5. The Bureaucracy within Democracy, 1984.
    6. Introduction to Reform and Revolution, 1985.
    7. Administrative Development and Political Modernization, 1986.
    8. Political and administrative Structures as the Main obstacles of Iran’s Development, 1987.
    9. Conceptual Shift in Political Development, 1988.
    10. Challenges of Approaches and Debates in International Relations, 1989.
    11. Political Culture: Linkage between Micro and Macro Levels of Analysis, 1991.
    12. From Political Pluralism to Democracy, 1992.
    13. The Development Strategy and Its Impacts on the National Security, 1993.
    14. The Crisis of Political Participation in Central Asia, 1994.
    15. Introduction to Post- materialism, 1995.
    16. The South, an Area for Examining the Theories and Approaches of International Relations, 1996.
    17. Introduction to Globalization, 1997.
    18. The Globalization Trend: An Obligation or an option, 1998.
    19. A New Approach to Development Management, 1999.
    20. Some obstacles for Development of Civil Society, 1999.
    21. Introduction to The Dialogue of Civilization, 2000.
    22. Underdevelopment of the political Development Theory, 2000.
    23. Crisis of Meaning in Globalization Era, 2001.
    24. The Status of Citizens and States in Globalization Era, 2002.
    25. Introduction to Critical Theory of International Relations, 2003.
    26. International Debates and Foreign Policy Analysis, 2004.
    27. Introduction to the National and International Security, 2005.
    28. Environmentalism and International Relations: A Critique to the Mainstream, 2005.
    29. Constructive Foundations of Foreign Policy of Iran, 2007.
    30. Digital Oportunities & Human Rights Delimma in Cyber space, 2008.
    31. Russian Strategic Culture,2008.
    32. Inter-paradigmatic concept of security: the US security approach after cold war as a case study, 2008.
    33. International Community & Global Community, 2008.
    34. A Dichotomous Criticism of Anarchy/Hierarchy based on Shahnameh, 2009.
    35. From Genealogy of Anarchy in International Theory to an alternative vision,2010.
    36. Understanding Nation-State in Theories of International Relations, 2010.
    37. Problematic of Democracy in Late –Capitalisim: A reflection on Mandel & Jameson, 2010.
    38. Concept of Responsibility to protect: Assessing the role of west-NAM in setting International Norms, 2010 .
    39. Iran’s Nuclear Geopolitics Based on Complex Interdependence Theory , 2009.
    40. Identity Crisis and Nation – State in Globalization Era : Language & Religion Consequences on National Identity in Tajikistan and Kazakhstan , 2011.                 
    41. The Internal Sources of China’s International Behaviour , 2013.
    42. Sociology of Islamic Currents , 2014.
    43. The Role of Miscalculations in the Start of Wars , 2013.
    44. An Intra – discourse Overview of the Reasons beyond the Failure of Iran’s Political Development Discourse , 2014.
    45.Passing of Constrained Interpretations of Concepts and Consequences of Posivism Domination in the Study of International Relations,Political and International Approaches Quarterly /5th Year , Volume 35 , Fall 2013.
                 
    Translations
    1. John Wakelin, The Roots of Diplomacy: How to Study Inter State Relations. (Translation into Persian), 1977, Tehran, Iran.
    2. Anthony Polanski, the Little Dictators, (Translation into Persian), 1986, Tehran, Iran.
    3. David Laycock, The Interests of Co- operatives and Party Politics in Canada, 1995, (Translation into Persian) Tehran, Iran.
    4. Jack Snyder , Religion and International Relation Theory , (Translation into Persian ) ,2014.

                                                                                                                          

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