Welcome to my ePortfolio!
My name is Morteza and I received my PhD in sociology from the University of Warwick.
You can find my CV here.
Main research fields:
social and political theory, technology studies, immigration, media sociology, cultural sociology, and sociology of religion. I’m always pleased to hear from anyone who wants to share his or her ideas in these research fields.
In my PhD thesis I examined a pragmatist approach to modern theist and atheist intellectualism through their connections with theology. After my PhD, I worked on the book version of the thesis. Theism and Atheism in a Post-Secular Age will be published in June 2017 by Palgrave Macmillan.
• Hashemi, M, (June 2017). Theism and Atheism in a Post-Secular Age, Palgrave Macmillan.
• Hashemi, M. (2016). A post-secular reading of public sociology. Social Compass, 63(4), pp.461-477.
• Hashemi, M. (2016). A new typology of modern atheisms: pilgrim atheism versus tourist atheism. Culture and Religion, 17 (1), 56-72.
A Selection of Other/Media Publications
Hashemi, M. (2016). Review of Simon Susen’s The Postmodern Turn in Social Sciences, Journal of Philosophy of Social Science (doi:10.1177/0048393116670112)
___________, (2016). “From Ibn Khaldun’s Point of View Fidel is Not Dead: Or, What Does the Rise of The Donald Tell Us About the Future?” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 5, no. 12: 13-16.
___________, (2016)."Alatas, Farid". Global Social Theory. http://globalsocialtheory.org/thinkers/alatas-syed-farid/ (English).
__________, (2015). "Shariati, Ali". Global Social Theory. http://globalsocialtheory.org/thinkers/shariati-ali/ (English).
__________, (2014). “Iranian Sociology and the Selective Translation of Theories of Secularization”, Journal of London Academy of Iranian Studies, Volume 11, pp. 65-73 (English).
__________, (2012). "Are Teenagers More ‘Obedient’ These Days?". The Sociological Imagination. http://sociologicalimagination.org/archives/11898 (English).
__________, (2008). Ideology of Iranian Islamic revolution of 1979, CIVILICA. http://www.civilica.com/Paper-30YEARS01-30YEARS01_030.html (Farsi).