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  • Naghmeh Rezaie, Teaching Assistant

    Teaching Assistant
    116 Memorial Hall
    (302) 831-3352

    Biography

    Naghmeh is a PhD candidate interested in inter-textual relations within and beyond socio-geographical boundaries. She currently works on adaptation theory and theory of national/global cinema and approaches page-to-screen adaptations as intersections of trans-national encounters and cross-cultural dialogues. She conducted her Master’s thesis research at the University of Tehran on Tennessee Williams’s cinematic adaptations, titled: Dramatic Text from Page to Screen: A Comparative Study of Tennessee Williams's Plays and Their Cinematic Productions through Theories of Adaptation (2013). Her doctoral dissertation focuses on cross-cultural adaptations in post-revolutionary Iranian cinema and post-WWII French cinema. Naghmeh teaches courses on academic writing and cinema studies. She is also a poet and translator with six Persian poetry collections and two literary translations published in Iran. Naghmeh means Melody

    Graduate Advisor

    Thomas Leitch

    First Year at UD

    2013

 

 

116 Memorial Hall<div class="ExternalClass335AF19C8F88411FA543694EC79CDB39"><p>Naghmeh is a PhD candidate interested in inter-textual relations within and beyond socio-geographical boundaries. She currently works on adaptation theory and theory of national/global cinema and approaches page-to-screen adaptations as intersections of trans-national encounters and cross-cultural dialogues. She conducted her Master’s thesis research at the University of Tehran on Tennessee Williams’s cinematic adaptations, titled: <em>Dramatic Text from Page to Screen: A Comparative Study of Tennessee Williams's Plays and Their Cinematic Productions through Theories of Adaptation </em>(2013). Her doctoral dissertation focuses on cross-cultural adaptations in post-revolutionary Iranian cinema and post-WWII French cinema. Naghmeh teaches courses on academic writing and cinema studies. She is also a poet and translator with six Persian poetry collections and two literary translations published in Iran. Naghmeh means Melody</p></div><div class="ExternalClass0BD513E3D03C4A1B90236364FB58401E">Thomas Leitch</div><div class="ExternalClass021AC83B449A4D8AA5DC67B7B16F709B">2013</div>Graduate AdvisorFirst Year at UDnaghmehr@udel.eduRezaie, Naghmeh(302) 831-3352<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/GRAD_Rezaie_Naghmeh.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Teaching AssistantGraduate StudentCultural Studies;Film and New Media;American Literature;Global Literature;Transatlantic / Transnational Studies;Digital HumanitiesB.A. English Language and Literature- University of Tehran Iran- 2008, B.A. French Language and Literature- University of Tehran Iran- 2009, M.A. English Literature- University of Tehran Iran- 2013, M.A. English- University of Delaware- 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Department of English
  • 203 Memorial Hall
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • University of Delaware
  • Phone: 302-831-2361
  • english@udel.edu