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Professor Ramin Khanbagi, besides his professional background in Philosophy, both Western and Islamic, is among the few worldwide experts, and indeed the only one in Iran, on bibliographical materials (in European languages). He has spent more than 35 years of his life, gathering bibliographies on different aspects of Islam and Iran, the list of which are mentioned below. He is also a semi-professional in the art of Islamic calligraphy and watercolor painting.

Curriculum Vitae

Name: Ramin Khanbagi

Born: 12 August 1961, Tehran, Iran

e-mail address: آدرس ایمیل جهت جلوگیری از رباتهای هرزنامه محافظت شده اند، جهت مشاهده آنها شما نیاز به فعال ساختن جاوا اسكریپت دارید

Positions:

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Institutes for Humanities & Cultural Studies

(Asian Cultural Documentation Center)

-Institutes for Humanities & Cultural Studies (2010-2014)

(64th Avenue, Kurdistan Highway, Tehran, Iran

Zip code: 1437774681

P.O. Box: 6419-14155)

-Azad University (Science & Research Branch) (2007-2012)

(Shohadaye Hesarak Blvd, University Square, Shahid Sattari Highway, Punak Square, Tehran, Iran

Zip code: 1477893855

P.O. Box: 14515-775

-Institutes for Humanities & Cultural Studies

Associate Professor of Philosophy 2012-2014

-Azad University (Science & Research Branch)

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 2009-2011

-Shahid Beheshti University

Head Director of the Department of Librarianship (2007)

-Azad University (Science & Research Branch)

Lecturer of Philosophy (2006-2009

Educational Background:

-Islamic Azad University, Science & Research Branch (Tehran, Iran)

Ph.D. in Philosophy (2009)

(Thesis title: "Method" in Aristotle’s Metaphysics)

-Islamic Azad University, Science & Research Branch (Tehran, Iran)

M.A. in Philosophy (2006)

(Thesis title: Aristotle’s Poetics and Rhetoric)

-Approval of the Committee of Gifted & Talented Scholars (Ministry of Higher Education) (1992)

(Given to those who have reached the high standard of knowledge in the field of Religious learning)

-Qum Seminary School (Qum, Iran) (1982-1997)

· Advanced Studies: (1990-1999)

1. Advanced Studies in Islamic Jurisprudence

· 1 year with Ayatollah Vahid Khorasani (1990)

· 6 years with Ayatollah Ja’far Tabrizi (1991-1996)

· 2 years with Ayatollah Bahjat (1997-1998)

2. Advance Studies in Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence

· Kifāyay al-‘Uṣūl known as al-Kifāyah (1990-1994)

3. Advanced studies in Islamic philosophy (School of Mulla Sadra) (Meticulous readings & interpretation of his Grand Work: al-’Asfar) (1994-1997)

4. Advanced studies in Islamic speculative Mysticism (School of Ibn ‘Arabi) (1996-1999)

· Fuṣūṣ al-Ḥikam of Ibn ‘Arabī

· Sharḥ Miṣbāḥ al-'Uns li Fanārī

· Intermediate Studies: (1984-1989)

1. Islamic Jurisprudence:

· Sharḥ al-Lum'ah al-Dimashqīyyah (1984-1985)

· al-Makāsib (1988-1989)

2. Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (1984-1985)

· ‘Uṣūl al-Fiqh (1986-1987)

· al-Rasā’il (1988-1989)

3. Speculative Kalam

· Sharḥ Bāb al-Hādī ‘Ashr (1984)

· Kitāb Kash al-Murād fī Sharḥ al-Tajrīd al-I‘tiqād (1985-1986)

4. Advanced course in Aristotelian Logic (specially in Modal Logic)]

· Ḥāshīyyah Mullā ‘Abdullāh fī al-Manṭiq (1984)

· Sharḥ al-Manḍumah fī al-Manīiq (1985)

5. Islamic Philosophy (Peripatetic School of Avicenna, Transcendental Philosophy School of Mulla Sadra)

· Sharḥ al-Ishārāt wa al-Tanbīhāt (al-Tusi’s commentary on Avicenna’s Book in Islamic Peripatetic philosophy)

· Bidāyah al-Ḥikmah (Comprehensive book on Transcendental Islamic Philosophy of the School of Mulla Sadra) (1985)

· Sharḥ al-Manḍumah fī al-Ḥikmah

· Elementary Studies (1982-1983)

1. Classical Arabic Language

· Arabic Morphology (1982)

o Kitāb Ṣarf i Mīr (Arabic Morphological book in Persian)

o Kitāb al-Taṣrīf (Arabic Morphological book in Arabic)

· Arabic Syntax (1982-1983)

1. al-‘Awāmil fī al-Naḥw

2. al-Hidāyah fī al-Naḥw

3. Kitāb al-Sharḥ al-Ṣamadīyyah

4. al-Bahjah al-Marḍīyyah fī Sharḥ al-'Alfīyyah of al-Suyūṭī)

2. Aristotelian Logic (1982)

· Mantiq i Mir

3. Introductory course in Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence) (1983)

· Ma‘ālim ‘Uṣūl al-Fiqh (known as Ma‘ālim al-‘Uṣūl)

-San Francisco State University (San Francisco, U.S.)

(B.A. in Philosophy [Summa cum Laude]) 1979-1981

-Lincoln High School (San Francisco, U.S.)

(High School diploma) (1977-1978)

-Lycée de Razi (Téhéran, Iran)

(High School) (1975-1976)

-Collège de Saint Louis (Téhéran, Iran)

(Elementary & Junior High School) up to 1975

Acquaintance with English, French, Arabic and German

Educational Committees and Civil Associations Membership

1. Head of the Asian Cultural Documentation Center (UNESCO & the Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies) (2011)

2. Member of the Occidental Study (Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies) (2005-2009)

3. Member of Occidental Study (Institute for Culture and Islamic Thought) (2000-2005 years)

4. Referee for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran (International Section) (2001-2002)

5. Member of the Board for Dialogue between Islam & Judaism (1998-1999)

6. Member of the Board for the Dialogue between Islam & Christianity (1998-1999)

7. Head Director of Shi‘i Sects Group (Ahl al-Bayt World Organization) (1992-1994)

Educational Activities

-Basis differences of approach with regards to Ancient and Modern Philosophy, Workshop for the students of Sharif University of Technology, Department of Philosophy of Science, 2011 (Fall Semester)

-Can Islamic philosophy have a philosophy of History, Seminar for Graduate students of Philosophy, Mofid University, Qum, 2009. (Fall Semester)

-Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason, Tehran, Tarbiyat Modarress Graduate School, 2008 (Fall & Spring Semester)

-Medieval Western philosophy (understanding the differences between Islamic & Western traditions), Course for Graduate students of Philosophy, Mofid University, Qum, 2007. (Fall Semester)

-Is Comparative Possible? Is there any way for a mutual understanding of Islamic and Western philosophy?, Seminar for Graduate students of Philosophy, Mofid University, Qum, 2007 (Spring Semester)

-Re-reading of Kant’s philosophy with special emphasis on his logical analysis of Transcendental Understanding, seminar for Graduate students of Philosophy, Mofid University, Qum, 2006. (Fall & Spring Semester)

-Reading parts of Mulla Sadra’s Book, Kitāb al-Mashā‘ir, on Transcendental Islamic Philosophy, special course for the students of Sharif University of Technology, Department of Philosophy of Science, 2005. (Fall & Spring semester)

-Socrates approach for seeking Truth, special course for the students of Sharif University of Technology, Department of the Philosophy of Science, 2004. (Fall & Spring Semester)

-Historical Approach to the study of World (Vico, Hegel and Marx), Seminar for Graduate students of Philosophy, Mofid University, Qum, 2003. (Fall & Spring semester)

-Heidegger philosophy of Being and Mulla Sadra’s Principle of the priority of being over essence in Islamic philosophy, Seminar for Graduate students of Philosophy, Mofid University, Qum. 2002 (Fall & Spring Semester)

-Comparative study of the Ursprung of Christianity and Islam (Similarities and Differences), Mofid University, Qum, 2001. (Fall & Spring Semester)

-A Comparative study of Aristotelian and Modern Logic, Tehran, Tarbiyat Modarress Graduate School, 2000 (Fall & Spring Semester)

-Transcendental Philosophy of Mulla Sadra, through the study of Bidāyah al-Ḥikmah, Qum Seminary School, 1999.

-Kitāb Kash al-Murād fī Sharḥ al-Tajrīd al-I‘tiqād (Section pertaining to the General Problems concerning Being and Its attributes) [Islamic Kalam], Qum Seminary School, 1998.

Research Activities

1. Shi’i Sects (Ismailis, Druze, Alawis, Zaidis) for Ahl al-Bayt World Organization in European languages. (1992-1994)

(National Research Project)

2. Islam in Americas for the Islamic Institute of Culture and Communication

Bibliographical Project on Shi’i Islam in European languages for Ahl al-Bayt World Organization (1995-2000)

(National Research Project)

3. Bibliographical Project on Prophet Muhammad in European languages (Cultural House of Markazi Province in Arak, Iran in European languages (2002-2003)

4. Bibliographical Project on Muslim Minorities in Russia in European languages for the Islamic Institute of Culture and Communication (2004-2007)

(National Research Project)

5. Digital Library Project of Western philosophical books for the Institute of Culture and Islamic Thought (Collection of more than 10000 books) (2005)

(National Research Project)

6. Bibliographical Project on Muslim Minorities in Phillipine in European languages for the Islamic Institute of Culture and Communication (2008)

(National Research Project)

7. Bibliographical Project on Quran and Quranic Studies in European languages for the Islamic Institute of Culture and Communication (2009-2012)

(National Research Project)

8. Bibliographical Project on Islamic Manuscripts in European languages for the Islamic Institute of Culture and Communication (2008-2013)

(National Research Project)

9. Bibliographical Project on Islamic Calligraphy for the Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies, Asian Cultural Documentation Center, 2013.

Published Papers and Books:

Articles:

  1. The School of Ibn ‘Arabi, William Chittich, translated by Ramin Khanbagi, Qabasat Journa (Perisan)
  2. Selective Bibliography of Ibn Sina (in European languages), Irfan wa Burhan, no. 1, 2. 3.
  3. Iranian Revolution and Sociological Theories, Entekhab (Newspaper), 1382/2003, p. 5 (in Persian)
  4. The Art of Poetry in Aristotle, Ettela’at Hekmat va Ma’refat, 11 (1385/2006), pp. 12-14 (in Persian)
  5. Schemata for Pedagogical Philosophy Texts, in, “Collected Essays for the 1st Conference on the Examination of Books and Materials dealing with Philosophy, Kalam and Mysticism, Vol. I.”, Tehran: Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies, 2005, pp. 265-276. (Persian)
  6. Selective Bibliography of Prophet Muhammad (in European languages), Journal of Tahqiqat Islami (Journal of Islamic Research)

[Islamic Encyclopedia Foundation]

  1. A Bibliography of Persian Poetry in English, Iranian Journal of Translation Studies, 3 (9), 2005.
  2. On Parmenides’ Poem: “The Way of Truth” and “The Way of Opinion”, Sophia and Philosophy, 4 (2005).
  3. Ismailis: A Bibliography, International Journal of Shi'i Studies (New York), 3i (2005), pp. 53-322
  4. Alawis, Nusyaris and Bektashis: A Bibliography, International Journal of Shi'i Sudies (New York), 3ii (2005), pp. 103-219
  5. Kant’s Critique of Practical Reason: A Reassessment, Transcendent Philosophy: An International Journal for Comparative Philosophy and Mysticism (London), 8 (2007), pp. 45-56
  6. A Bibliography of Mawlana Jalal al-Din Rumi’s Translated Works into English, Farhang: Journal of the Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies, 20iii-iv (2007).
  7. Vico’s New Science, in, “Philosopher of Culture: Collected Essays Dedicated to Professor Reza Davari Ardakani”, edited by Hossein Kalbasi Ashtari, Tehran: Iran’s Research Institute for Philosophy and Wisdom, 2009. (English)
  8. Vico’s New Science, Philosophy, 36i (2008), pp. 85-94
  9. Quran Translations into Latin Script Languages: A Bibliobraphy, Journal of Islamic Research (مجلۀ تحقیقات استلامی), 2011, (1390). (with a Persian preface)
  10. Quran Translations into English, Iranian Journal of Translation Studies, 2011

Books:

  1. Selected Bibliography of Ismaili Shi'ism, Tehran: Ahl al-Bayt World Organization, 1995. (in European languages)
  2. Namāyī az Inqilāb-i Irān (Iranian Revolution: A Profile), by Waheed uz-Zaman, translated by Ramin Khanbagi, Tirhān: Markaz-i Bāzshināshī Islām va Irān, (az Majmū'ih Islām va Irān, No. 7), 1380 (Translation into Persian)
  3. Islam in Americas, translated and compiled with an extended bibliography, Tehran: Al Hoda International Publishers, 2002.

(A collection of translated essays pertaining to different aspects of Islam & Muslims’ life in the North, Central and South American Continent, including a chapter on pre-Columbus historical evidences) (Persian)

  1. Iran-Iraq War: A Selective Bibliography, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Kurds and Kurdistan: A Bibliography, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Iranian Paintings: A Bibliography, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Muslim Minorities: A Bibliography [Americas & Africa], Vol. I, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Muslim Minorities: A Bibliography [Europe/Wester], Vol. II, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Muslim Minorities: A Bibliography [Europe/Northern, Central and Southern], Vol. III, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Muslim Minorities: A Bibliography [Europe/Eastern], Vol. IV, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Muslim Minorities: A Bibliography [Asia], Vol. V, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Muslim Minorities: A Bibliography [Asia/Pacific], Vol. VI, Tehran: SPCAI, 2003.

(in European languages)

  1. Persian Classical and Modern Poetry: A Bibliography, New York: International Society for Iranian Culture, Global Scholarly Publications, 2004.

(in European languages)

  1. Arabic Language: A Comprehensive Bibliography, Tehran: Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies, 2006.

(in European languages)

  1. Shi'i Islam: A Bibliography: New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2006.

(in European languages)

  1. Shi'i Islam: A Bibliography, Tehran: the Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies, 2008.
  2. Muhammad the Prophet of Islam: A Bibliography, New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2006.

(in European languages)

  1. Muhammad the Prophet of Islam: A Bibliography, Arak, Iran: Cultural & Artistic Association of Markazi Province, 2006.
  2. Ibn Sina (Avicenna): A Bibliography, London: London Academy of Iranian Studies, 2006.

(in European languages)

  1. Russian Muslims: A Comprehensive Bibliography, Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Oriental Studies, 2007.

(in European languages)

  1. Mawlānā Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī: A Bibliography, Tehran: University Press of Iran, 2009.

(in European languages)

  1. IbnSina (Avicenna): A Comprehensive Bibliography (Completely Revised and Enlarged), Tehran: University Press of Iran, 2011.

(in European languages)

  1. Islamic Calligraphy: A Bibliography, Tehran: The Institute for Humanities & Cultural Studies, 2012. (e-publication)

(in European languages)

  1. IbnSīnā (Avicenna): A Comprehensive Bibliography, [Completely Revised & Enlarged] [New Edition], Tehran: ACECR (Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research), Humanities & Social Studies Institute in association with Bibliography Foundation, 2013.

(in European languages)

  1. Islam & Muslims in Philippines: A Bibliography, Tehran: ACECR (Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research), Humanities & Social Studies Institute in association with Bibliography Foundation, 2013.

(in European languages)

  1. Mawlānā Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī: A Bibliography [New Editon], Tehran: ACECR (Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research), Humanities & Social Studies Institute in association with Bibliography Foundation, 2013.

(in European languages)

  1. Shī'ī Islam: A Bibliography [New Edition]: Tehran: ACECR (Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research), Humanities & Social Studies Institute in association with Bibliography Foundation, 2013.

(in European languages)

  1. Islamic Calligraphy: A Bibliography [New Edition], Tehran: ACECR (Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research), Humanities & Social Studies Institute in association with Bibliography Foundation, 2013.

(in European languages)

  1. Interkulturelle Koran-Bibliographie, zusammengestellt und herausgegeben von Ramin Khanbagi, Nordhausen: Verlag Traugott Bautz GmbH, 2014.

(in European languages)

  1. Islamic Manuscripts: A Bibliography, Nordhausen: Verlag Traugott Bautz GmbH, 2016.

(in European languages)

 

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