Azadeh Shabani

Ph.D. candidate of political science (political thought) at Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran Iran

November 2019 – April 2020

In cooperation with Prof. Dr. Rainer Forst

Research Centre Normative Orders at Goethe University

Azadeh Shabani has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Isfahan University and a Master of Arts at Tarbiat Modares University of Tehran. She is a Ph.D. candidate of political science (political thought) at Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran- Iran.
The title of her thesis is: “Analyzing the relationship between recognition and justice in the thought of “Axel honneth” and “Ali Shariati”. Following her studies at Goethe University, she wrote two chapters entitled: Deconstructing Justice from the Perspective of Recognition Theory. She also criticized Honneth's theory of Recognition based on the ideas of Rancière, Nancy Fraser, and Althusser, as well as postcolonial ideas. She will analyze this problem that non-Western other has been ignored in Honneth's thought.

Projecttitle:
Recognition as Human Being

Projectdescription:
There have been the diffrent experiences of misrecognition, malrecognition, exclusion and ignoring other and many people have been rejected and eliminated, in throughout history. The people who their sin was being different from the majority of the people. These people include women, slaves, blacks, homosexuals and etc. Concepts such as citizenship, nationalism, nation-state have many restrictions and these restrictions lead to other eliminating. Misunderstanding has always had various formations throughout history, for this reason several problem analysed here:

- Market economics educates selfish and self-interested people, the other is ignored and misrecognized in this educational structure. It seems we have reached from invisible hand to invisible man.
- Is the economic restructuring, essential for human recognition?
- What is the relation between neoliberalism and misrecognition?
- Citizenship, both in ancient Greece and in modern times, recognizes some people and ignores others.
- There are people who are not recognized in their own country or abroad; how is the status of these people in society?
- There are people today who live in camps instead of cities, How are these people recognized?

Publications (Selection):
•    “Interaction of Intellectuals with People at the Beginning of the Iranian Revolution”, International Conference on the Constitutional Movement to the Islamic Revolution of Iran, August 2014.
•    "the relationship between alienation and citizenship in the thought of Herbert Marcuse" the Journal of Research in Theoretical Politics, spring & summer 2016
•    "The Impact of Globalization on Civil Society in Iran" in the Journal of Research in Theoretical Politics, winter 2017
•    “Critical Political Economy and Amartya Sen”, Analytical -Theoretical magazine of “Iran of tomorrow”, February 2016
•    The translation of part of the book "A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy" to Persian, Edited by Robert E. Goodin, Philip Pettit and Thomas Pogge, Which is publishing

Articles title in Magazines

•    “job or housekeeping? problem is this!”, magazine “realm of welfare”,October 2016
•    “defective circle of poverty, illiteracy and Child labor”, magazine “realm of welfare”, September 2016
•    “The tragedy of child marriage”, magazine “realm of welfare”, August 2016
•    Social equity and economic development in India, magazine “Iran of tomorrow, November 2015
•    Half of the world's wealth for one percent of the world's population, site Social Security Organization of Iran
(All of these articles are available on the Iranian Social Security website and the magazine sites)

 


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