B.A. (English) (Islamic Azad University, Iran); M.A. (English) (Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune); Ph.D. (Aligarh Muslim University)
Dr. Fatemeh Rajabi did her BA at Islamic Azad university Kerman branch (Iran), MA at Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Deemed university in Pune, Maharashtra, and PhD at Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. Her areas of research specialization are American Postmodernism and Black feminism, and currently her attention has been turned more specifically to the problems concerning “authorship” as a problem of literary intention. The question of Intentionality in Literary works and linguistic. After more than a decade of studying English Literature at IAU, BVP, and AMU Universities of Iran and India ,Dr. Fatemeh Rajabi has recently joined Business School at O.P Jindal Global University where she is teaching and doing research on the Business English, Greek Mythology and the philosophy of language, literature and culture. She is also doing a Post-doctoral Fellow at Jawaharlal Nehru University. She is working on her novel: “Wowmam in the Naked Apes Island”, and research works on the Critical Analysis of Affinity between Tagore’s syncretism and Persian Sufi Tradition beside of the Return of Author: The Question of Intentionality in Literary Works. She has published a number of articles in reputed refereed international journals, and has presented research papers in a great number of major conferences in India and abroad.