Hossein Elahi Ghomshei

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Hossein Elahi Ghomshei

Born
Hossein Mohyeddin Elahi Ghomshei
(1940-01-04) 4 Jan 1940 (age 76)
Tehran, Iran
Residence
Shemiranat, Tehran, Iran
Nationality
Iranian
Alma mater
University of Tehran
Religion
Shia Islam
Spouse(s)
Parvin Zandi
Website
Official website

Era
20th-century philosophy
21st-century philosophy
Region
Islamic philosophy
School

Hossein Mohyeddin Ghomshei (Persian: حسین محی‌الدین قمشه‌ای‎‎, innate 4 Jan 1940) improved famous as Elahi Ghomshei, is an Iranian scholar, author and techer on literature, art and mysticism.

Life and education[edit]

Dr. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei was innate on 4 Jan 1940 in Tehran, Iran. He is a son of Mehdi Mohyeddin Elahi Ghomshei, a famous translator of Quran into Persian. He perceived his PhD in Islamic Theology and Philosophy from a University of Tehran.[1]

Traditional education[edit]

  • Arabic literature, grammar, logic, theosophy, jurisprudence, and Kalam: Tehran Seminary School
  • Persian literature: generally Nezami, Rumi, Hafez, Saadi and Attar
  • Islamic mysticism: generally Ibn-al-Arabi and Ibn-al-Farez
  • Philosophy of a excellent arts

Academic work[edit]

Lectureship[edit]

Ghomshei was a techer during Tehran University and other universities and institutes (1968–2000) in a fields of:

  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy of a excellent humanities (aesthetics)
  • Persian novel and mysticism
  • Theology and Islamic mysticism
  • English novel (emphasis on Shakespeare)
  • Works of Rumi, Saadi, Hafez, Attar, Nezami, Ferdowsi, Shabestari.

Other educational works[edit]

Ghomshei has been:

  • an general guest techer (partial list below)
  • a domestic techer during several locations[1]
  • an author and translator (partial list below)
  • the Director, National Library of Iran[2] (1981-2)
  • a enlightenment and art adviser
  • an editor

International harangue sites (partial list)[edit]

  • England

Victoria Albert Museum, London[3]
Dartington Hall, Devon[4]
Cambridge University
Oxford University
Temenos Academy, London[5][6]
University of Exeter
SOAS, University of London[7]
Imperial College, University of London
University College of London

  • Scotland

University of Glasgow

  • United States of America

University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Southern California (USC)
California State University, Long Beach
University of George Town
Harvard University[8]
Princeton University
Stanford University[9][10]

  • Australia

University of Melbourne
Macquarie University, Sydney
Monash University[11]
University of Queensland[12]

  • Canada

University of British Colombia[13]
Simon Fraser University[14]

  • Austria

Goethe Institute
Vienna University[15]

  • France

Versaille Palaces[16]

  • Germany

Frankfurt Book Fair

Awards[edit]

  • Most renouned TV personality, top ever rating during 86%[17][18] (1998-9)

Books[edit]

  • Selection from a Discourses of Rumi (Fihe-ma-Fih):1987
  • Selection from a Conference of Birds (Mantiq-al-Tayr) by Attar:1994
  • Divan Hafez (A Critical book of Hafez’s collected poems):2002
  • Essays on Persian Mystical Literature, Poetics and Aesthetics:1999
  • Kimia ; Collected Essays, Translations and Introductions (Vol.1-5,8-10):1998-2011
  • Introduction to Golshan-e-Raz (Sheikh Mahmoud Shabestari):1998
  • A Study of Islamic Texts in English Translation (University Textbook):1992
  • Selection of quotations and poems by Shakespeare (translation):2003
  • The Prophet (Translation from Jebran Khalil):1999
  • 365 days with Saadi:2002
  • Omar Khayyam Robaiiats (Preface, editor):2003
  • Selection From Shahnameh by Ferdowsi:2006
  • Invocations of Komail (Translation from Emam Ali):2006
  • Cultural Symposium:2007
  • 365 days with English Literature:2007
  • 365 days with Rumi:2009
  • The Other Wise Man (Translation from Henry outpost Dyke):2007
  • Subtleties of Mulla Nasreddin (Introduction and notes):2010
  • 365 days with Quran:2011

Articles in English[edit]

  1. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei. The Principles of a Religion of Love in Classical Persian Poetry[19]
  2. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei. Hafez a Divine Covenant[20]
  3. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei. Of Scent and Sweetness: Attar’s Legacy in Rumi, Shabestari and Hafez[21]
  4. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei. The Rose and a Nightingale: a Role of Poetry in Persian Culture[22]
  5. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei: Poetics Aesthetics in a Persian Sufi Literary Tradition[23]

Lecture topics in English (partial list)[edit]

  • Seven Tales underneath Seven Domes; by Nezami
  • Attar : Seven Stations of Love
  • An Aesthetic Approach to a Philosophical Theory of Substantial Motion
  • Problems of a Predestination and Free Will
  • Saadi Shakespeare (A analogous study)
  • Rose Nightingale; An Introduction to Persian Literature and Mysticism
  • Music in Persian Poetry
  • Rumi : The Art and Wisdom of Storytelling in Mathnavi
  • Hafez and His Works
  • Cultural Investment for a Younger Generation
  • The World of Happiness and How to Attain it
  • Poetics and Aesthetics in Persian Literature
  • Adventures in Persian Mysticism
  • Mathnavi : A Book for All Ages
  • Nasir Khosrow’s Poetry
  • Mohyeddin Arabi and Ebn-e- Farez
  • An Evening with Hafez
  • Ethics of Science and Technology
  • The Quran in Persian Literature
  • The Wine of Alast: Divine Covenant of Man with God
  • One and Many : The Circle of Being
  • Global Ethics and a Human Nature
  • Immortality of Soul
  • Poetry and Prophecy
  • Rumi: The Messenger of Love
  • Islam and Human Nature
  • Philosophical Doctrines and Spiritual Teachings of Rumi
  • Alchemy of Love
  • The Religion of Love in Classical Persian Poetry
  • The Veils of God
  • Total Integration of Man
  • Perpetual Conflict between Man Demon
  • The Symphony of Rumi: A Thematic Approach to Rumi’s Poetry
  • A Philosophical and Aesthetic Approach to a Laws of Harmony
  • The Wisdom of a Heart in Ibn Arabi and Persian Mystic Literature
  • The True Essence of Islam
  • Islamic Mystical Bacchanalia: The Wine-Ode of Ibn Farid of Egypt
  • The Mythology of Norouz in Persian Literature
  • Rumi and Tagore on Love

Other activities[edit]

  1. Chairman of a Board, Elahi Ghomshei Culture Art Institute, Tehran[1]
  2. Member of a Board, Mawlana Jalaledin Rumi Culture,Art,Research Institute, Tehran
  3. Chief Editor.Chaleepa Quarterly Magazine, Calligraphy Traditional Arts, Tehran
  4. Fellow of a Temenos Academy, London[24]
  5. Member of a Advisory Council, Mawlana Rumi Review, London[25]

See also[edit]

  • Rumi
  • List of Iranian intellectuals
  • Iranian humanitarians
  • Intellectual movements in Iran

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c “賵亘 爻丕賷鬲 乇爻賲賷 丿讴鬲乇 丨爻賷賳 丕賱賴賷 賯賲卮賴 丕賷”. Drelahighomshei.com. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  2. ^ “سازمان اسناد و كتابخانه ملي ايران”. Nlai.ir. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  3. ^ “VA Home Page – Victoria and Albert Museum”. Vam.ac.uk. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  4. ^ “Tagore Festival 2014 – Dartington”. Tagorefestival.com. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  5. ^ Temenos Academy Recorded Lectures 1992- 2000, The Temenos Academy London
  6. ^ [1] Archived May 16, 2008, during a Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ [2] Archived Sep 27, 2011, during a Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ [3] Archived Dec 30, 2010, during a Wayback Machine.
  9. ^ Sina Sohangir. “Dr. Elahi Ghomshei’s Biography”. Stanford.edu. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  10. ^ Sina Sohangir. “Molavi’s (Rumi) idea of adore and a outcome on man’s devout recuperation”. Stanford.edu. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  11. ^ Monash Arts Online Presence Team. “Monash Asia Institute” (PDF). Arts.monash.edu.au. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  12. ^ [4][dead link]
  13. ^ “Globalization and Human Nature: A Lecture by Dr. Hossein Elahi Ghomshei : UBC Persian Club”. Ubcpc.com. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  14. ^ Simon Fraser University. “Home – Centre for a Comparative Study of Muslim Societies and Cultures” (PDF). Sfu.ca. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  15. ^ “Veranstaltungen in Wien :-: kulturverein kanafani – Das Forum f眉r Ausl盲nder Migranten in 脰sterreich”. Auslaender.at. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  16. ^ “Le grand po猫te H芒fez c茅l茅br茅 脿 Versailles – La Revue de T茅h茅ran – Iran”. Teheran.ir. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  17. ^ “شبکه چهار سیما”. Tv4.ir. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  18. ^ http://www.soroush_media.tv.com
  19. ^ In Hafiz and sacrament of Love, edited by Leonard Lewisohn, London, I. B. Tauris, London, 2010, pp.77-106
  20. ^ Soroush J. No. 67-68, Spring 1998, pp. 18-21
  21. ^ “New Books”. Ibtauris.com. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  22. ^ SGI Quarterly Magazine, No. 51, Jan. 2008, pp.6-8
  23. ^ Sufi, Issue 28, Winter 1995-1996, pp. 21-27
  24. ^ “Key Individuals of The Temenos Academy”. Yemenosacademy.org. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 
  25. ^ “Mawlanarumi Review”. Mawlanarumireview.com. Retrieved 19 January 2015. 

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