Book Series Co-Editor
Sex, Marriage and the Family in the Middle East. Co-Editor with Janet Afary. I. B.Tauris.
Sex and Marriage in the Medieval Islamic World: Women, Family and Love. Co-
Edited with Lucian Stone. I. B. Tauris, 2019.
Special Issues, Edited
Iranian Minority Literary Women [Two Special Issues]. In International Journal of Persian Literature. Co-Editor with Nasrin Rahimieh, 2018.
Subjectivity in ʿAttar, Persian Sufism, and European Mysticism. Purdue University Press, Comparative Culture Studies Series, 2017. http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/titles/subjectivity-%CA%BFatt%C4%81r-persian-sufism-and-european-mysticism
Review of Yaghoobi, Claudia. Subjectivity in ʿAttar, Persian Sufism, and European Mysticism. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 2017. x+202 pp. ISBN: 1557537836.
Article 3, Volume 5, Issue 7.8, Summer and Autumn 2016, Page 1-5
Assistant professor English Literature, Shiraz University, Iran
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Pirzad’s Diasporic Transnational Subjects in “A Day Before Easter”. International Journal of Persian Literature. (accepted/forthcoming summer 2018)
“Mapping Out Socio-Cultural Decadence on the Female Body: Sadeq Chubak’s Gowhar in Sange-e Sabur.” Frontier: A Journal of Women’s Studies, Mapping Gendered Violence Special Issue (accepted/forthcoming 2017).
Socially Peripheral, Symbolically Central: Sima in Behrouz Afkhami’s Showkaran. A special Issue of Iranian Cinema in Journal of Asian Cinema 27.2 (Fall 2016): 151-163.
Yusuf’s “Queer” Beauty in Persian Cultural Productions. The Comparatist 40. 1 (October 2016): 245-266.
Sexual Trauma and Spiritual Experience: Rabi’a al-‘A’dawiyya and Margery Kempe. Persian Literary Studies Journal 3. 4 (2014): 73-92. http://plsj.shirazu.ac.ir/?_action=articleInfo&article=2907
Subjectivity in ‘Attar’s Shaykh San’an Story in Conference of the Birds. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 16/1 (March 2014): 1-9 (single-spaced). <http://dx.doi.org/10.7771/1481-4374.2425>
Hamzisti dar Asar-e ‘Attar (Co-existence in ‘Attar’s Works). Rahavard Persian/English Journal of Iranian Studies 105: (January 2014): 142-152. (in Persian) http://www.rahavard.com/Index.cfm
Against the Current: Farid al-Din ‘Attar’s Diverse Voices. Persian Literary Studies Journal 1. 1 (autumn 2012): 87-109. http://plsj.shirazu.ac.ir/article_604_148.html
*Awarded The Jafar and Shokoh Farzaneh Paper Prize in Persian Literature and Culture, South Central Modern Language Association
Shifting Sexual Ideology and Women’s Responses: Iran Between 1850-2010. Homa Hoodfar and Anissa Lucas-Helie, eds. Sexuality in Muslim Contexts: Restrictions and Resistance, Zed Books, 2012, pp. 52-80.
“Neveshtehay-e Gheir-e Dastani-e Khalagh.” A Persian translation of Rita Berman’s “Creative Nonfiction Writing.” Avalin Ketab-e Neveshtan, 2002.
Review of Nasrin Rahimieh. Iranian Culture: Representation and Identity, N.Y.: Routledge, 2016. 155 pp. Society for Contemporary Thought and Islamicate Thought (2016).
Review of Roksana Bahramitash. Gender and Entrepreneurship in Iran: Microenterprise and Informal Sectors, Palgrave McMillan Publishers, 2013. 236 pp. Review of Middle East Studies (2015).
Review of Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad et al. Muslim Women in America: The Challenge of Islamic Identity Today, Oxford, N.Y.: Oxford University Press. 2011. 192 pp. Review of Middle East Studies (2012).
Review of Tara Willimas. Inventing Womanhood: Gender and Language in Later Middle English Writing, Ohio: Ohio State University Press. 2011. 288 pp. Comitatus: Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies (2012).
Review of Arzoo Osanloo. The Politics of Women’s Rights in Iran, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. 2009. 280 pp. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (2012).
Review of Margot Badran. Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences, Oxford: OneWorld Publications. 2009. 368 pp. International Journal of Middle East Studies (2011).