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Gholam Hassan Moharrami
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Gholam Hassan Moharrami (born in 1968) is a writer, researcher and an assistant professor at the Institute of Culture and Social Studies.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Gholam Hassan Moharrami was born in a village near Tabriz. He immigrated to Rasht when he was twelve years old. At the age of eighteen, he went to Qom to become a religious scholar. He studied there for six years. After that, he participated in external classes of professors such as Ayatollah Subhani, Ayatollah Wahid Khorasani ,and Hashim Shahroodi for thirteen years. During his stay in Qom, he attended the Jurisprudence course of Grand Ayatollah Sheikh Javad Tabrizi. Gholamreza Fayazi and Mir Sepah were his professors of philosophy; he also studied mysticism with Askari Gilani. For two years, on Thursday nights, he would learn the principles of faith from Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi and for four years, on holidays, he would learn Astronomy from Allameh Hassanzadeh Amoli.

Education[edit | edit source]

  • Ph.D., Islamic History, Imam Khomeini Institute, 2008
  • Masters, Islamic History, Imam Khomeini Institute

Career[edit | edit source]

  • Director, Department of Islamic History, Danishnameh, (2009-Present)
  • Manager, Safeeran Hidayat Hawzeh, Tabriz, (2003-2008)
  • Director, History Department, Center for Hawzah Studies, (2000-2004)

Academic Activities[edit | edit source]

  • Mentored many students in the field of Islamic History in various institutes such as Azad University in Tehran, University of Medical Sciences in Tabriz, Payame Noor University in Marageh, etc.
  • Worked as an Assistant Professor at Amirul Mo’mineen University in Ahvaz, Qom Seminary, Payame Noor University in Qom, and various other institutes

Books[edit | edit source]

  • Farsi
    • Nahzat-e-Ashura (The Ashura Movement)
    • Aaz’raksh-e-Karbala (Karbala Lightning)
    • Sabak-e-Zindagi-e-A’imme (The lifestyle of the Imams)
    • Imaman-e-Shie wa Uloom-e-Islami (The Shia Imams and the Islamic Sciences)