In this introduction to Foucault, we consider the relationship between knowledge and power through looking (primarily) at three books by Michel Foucault. In this short
Martin Foroz (Mohammad Forouzani) was born on the 30th of December 1964 in Tehran, Iran. He holds BA and MA degrees in English Literature and a Ph.D. degree in TEFL. He has been working as assistant professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Nizwa, Oman, since 2014.In the past 19 years, he has been teaching and supervising theses in both fields, but his literary and philosophical bends formed his poetic sense much earlier- at the beginning of secondary school. He insatiably read Persian Literature (his first language) and wrote poems and pieces of prose since he was in high school. His first collection of Persian poems under the title Khaste-tar az zaman (More Tired Than Time) was published in 1997 when he was a Lecturer of English.
A virtual class on Semantics- Joutsenon Opisto College, Joutseno, Finland View this post on Instagram Students of the English track were hosting a talk by
A seminar about my newly published book in the college of Arts and Sciences, University of Nizwa PDF file
My latest video poem titled “Senses” from my third collection of poems (forthcoming) is just released. The poem depicts a psychological wasteland, a micro image
My short poem “Cubism” has just been published in the Praxis journal. My special thanks to Praxis editorial team: “Cubism” by Martin Foroz
My published article in AJAL, now appearing in Semantic Scholar Even though literature has been suggested for use as a means of teaching language in
What comes after belongs to before. You and me will leave this world. Whether we like it or not, Death will kiss us both. So, let