Shirin A. Khanmohamadi (B.A. Brown; Ph.D. Columbia) is an Associate Professor in the Comparative and World Literature department at San Francisco State University, where she specializes in comparative medieval European literature, premodern travel and ethnographic writing, literary and cultural contact between the medieval European and Islamic worlds, and medievalism in contemporary theory and literature.
I received my Ph.D. from UC Irvine in Comparative Literature in 1997. I teach courses in folklore, mythology, world literature, Celtic literature, and psychoanalysis. I lead the Proust Society of America's San Francisco Chapter; we meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at the Mechanics' Institute Library in downtown San Francisco.
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Jeff practices sound and radio art, sound design, directing, producing, writing, and performing, and happily serves as Professor of Media Arts in the Department of Broadcast & Electronic Communication Arts at San Francisco State University. Jeff is a Lynda.com author, founder of Living Sound Productions (in 1980), and has worked at Quinnipiac University, Real Art Ways, The Media Arts Center, and the National Radio Project.