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Dr. Seyed Ali Mirlohi Falavarjani[1][2] is an Iranian professor of Arabic literature, now retired from the University of Isfahan. He was born in 1942 in the city of Falavarjan, the province of Isfahan, Iran. He is the founder of the Islamic Azad University of Falavarjan, Isfahan,[3] and was its president from 1985 to 1992. This branch of the university now has in excess of 4,000 students across more than 10 fields of study. It has a high number of female students.[1]

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BiographyEdit

Seyed Ali Mirlohi is son of -Hojjat al-Eslam- Solomon Mirlohi, a popular and respected religious figure in Falavarjan who died in 1987. He was educated at Minoo elementary school until 1952, and then to seminary school of Fiqh level with masters such as Ayatollah Sheikh Hassan Emami. Later in his life, Mirlohi went to Qom seminary, and participated in Ayatollah Seyyed Hossein Borujerdi's classes.

Mirlohi earned his diploma in 1964, and entered Tehran University in the Faculty of Theology.[4]

-Tehran University Faculty of Theology degree in Arabic language and literature at Tehran University, 1967.

-Tehran University MA in Arabic language and literature at Tehran University in 1970.

-Tehran University PhD in Arabic language and literature Faculty of Theology Faculty in 1975.

CareerEdit

From 1974 to 1978, Mirlohi was assistant professor at the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. Between 1979 and his retirement in 2010, he was successively assistant, associate, and full professor of the university of Isfahan.

In 2005, Mirlohi was named as Iran's best professor by Mostafa Moeen, the Iran minister of higher education, for his research excellence, teaching experience, and contribution to Arabic Literature. He was chairman of the Isfahan University committee for academic excellence for professors for more than 15 years to evaluate their academic achievements.

Research fieldsEdit

Mirlohi's academic interests have included Rhetoric, especially the Qu'ran, and Arabic grammar and syntax, especially the Qu'ran and prose interpretation and dissemination of literature along politics.

Mirlohi is currently editor in chif for Research in Arabic Language and Literature", a semi-annual journal published by University of Isfahan.[5]

PublicationsEdit

Many of Mirlohi's publications are in the Arabic language, or translated from Arabic to Persian. His works include:

  • Raghib Isfahani: His Life and Works, publisher: Recreational and Cultural Organization of the Municipality of Isfahan, 2008
  • Mukhtar al-Adab Al-Arabi, publisher: Tehran, 2004 the university textbooks
  • Revised and research Alzaryah to Makarem Alshryh, publisher: University of Isfahan 1997
  • Translation of the book of Aljman in Qu'ran, publisher: Islamic Research Foundation, 1995, p Mashhad
  • Translation and innovative research of Ibn Abi al-Masri, publisher: Institute Press Astan Qods Razavi"" Mashahd 1992

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ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "SID.ir | نویسنده سيدعلي ميرلوحي". Fa.journals.sid.ir. Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  3. ^ "islamic azad university falavarjan branch". Iaufala.ac.ir. Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  4. ^ http://www.ut.ac.ir/fa/contents/Person/Alumni/Info_Alumni/اطلاعات.دانش.آموختگان.html Archived 2015-11-30 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "Sid.Ir | Research In Arabic Language And Literature". En.journals.sid.ir. Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  6. ^ "پرتال جامع علوم انسانی-سید علی میرلوحی". Ensani.ir. Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  7. ^ "ایران فرهنگ: آثار سید علی میرلوحی". Iranfarhang.com. Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  8. ^ "SID.ir | عنوان فارسي: رويکردي نو به مسايل نحو و بلاغت و اثر آن در مطالعات بلاغي (عنوان عربي: نظره جديده إلي المسائل المشترکه بين النحو والبلاغه و أثرها في الدراسات البلاغيه والنحويه)". Fa.journals.sid.ir. Retrieved 2017-08-23.