Dr Farzaneh Doosti is a lecturer in English, literary consultant, bilingual translator and researcher based in Tehran, Iran. Her areas of interest include interdisciplinary and comparative studies, diaspora studies, phenomeno-semiotics, ecocritical studies, narratology, visual studies, gender studies, and Persian literature.
“Of Hideous ‘Half-and-Halfs’: Reading the Grotesque in Leila Aboulela’s The Kindness of Enemies” (LGH, 2019)
“Necropolitics and the Diasporic Subject: From Sophocles’ Antigone to Kamila Shamsie’s Home Fire” (CLLS, 2018)
“Topoanalysis as Narrative Technique in John Cheever’s Architecture of Short Fiction” (SLL, 2017)