In the Proceedings of "International Conference of Nizami Ganjavi"
Based on her report at the conference held at Khazar University (09.12-10.2021), the article entitled " The Love Legend of East and West " was published in the collection of conference materials.
Nizami Ganjavi`s "Leili and Majnun" is an immortal love story sometimes compared to "Romeo and Juliet". These two poets depict the heartbreaking defeat of pure love. The article comparatively analyses both of the works.
In "International Journal of Linguistics and Literature" journal
The article entitled " The Impressive Voice of the Silenced Female Poets in Romanticism " by her was published in "International Journal of Linguistics and Literature" (13.11.2021, Volume 10, Issue 2, July-December 2021).
The present paper examines the revitalization of women poets of the Romantic and Victorian periods. It explores the presence of women in literature of the eras and scrutinizes the changes that happened. It is focused on exploration of female voice and the legacy of Romantics and Victorians women as poets.
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation journal
The article entitled “Can Female Speak ? Anna Laetitia Barbauld , a Legacy for Women Poets ” was published by “International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation” journal (29.11.2021, Volume 4, Issue 11).
In Romanticism the poet was considered as a prophet, an unknown illustrative speaking for the whole humanity; however, woman's poets were marginalized. Anna Laetitia Barbauld transfers visionary image of a new woman and competes the male oriented concept that women could not and should not engage in poetry writing. The paper studies these issues.
In “Şərq araşdırmaları” journal
An article by Fariba Farhangi entitled “The Reframing Power of Marginalized Female Poets in Victorian Period” was published in "Şərq araşdırmaları" journal (Number: 24, 2021)
The present paper attempts to examine the Marginalized female poets of the Romantic period. It explores the changes that happened in the period and investigation the presence of women in literature of the era. It is focused on exploration of female voice and the legacy of Romantic women in Literature as poets.
In the Proceedings of "International Conference on the Philosophy of Language Literature, and Linguistics"
Based on his report at the “ International Conference on the Philosophy of Language, Literature, and Linguistic held at Khazar University (September 23-24, 2021), the article titled “Revitalizing Silenced Female Voices in Romantic and Victorian ages” was published in the collection of conference materials.
The present paper attempts to examine the marginalized female poets of the Victorian period. It explores the changes that happened in the period and investigate the presence of women in literature of the era. It is focused on exploration of female voice and the legacy of Victorian women in Literature as poets.
In “International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation” journal
The article entitled “A Pray to Fear, Anxiety, and Pain: The Voice of a Thoughtful Woman” was published in “Linguistics, Literature and Translation” journal (12.05.2022, Volume 5, Issue 5).
In Romanticism the poet was considered a prophet, an unknown legislator speaking for the whole humanity. Women wanted to be recognized and identified as human beings in general and poet in particular. Charlotte Smith conveys compelling visionary image of a new woman and challenge the patriarchal concept that women could not and should not engage in poetry writing. The paper focuses on the above mentioned issues.
In “Educational Psychology” journal
The article coauthored by Fariba Farhangi entitled “Delving into the relationship between teacher emotion regulation, selfefficacy, engagement, and anger: A focus on English as a foreign language teachers” was published in “Educational Psychology” journal (JCR Q1, Scopus Q1) (19.10.2022, Washington, D.C.).
According to the article, the stronger the emotion regulation, the better teachers can control their anger. The implications of this study may uncover new prospects for effective teaching, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In “Language Testing in Asia” journal
Her coauthored article entitled “Interventionist vs. interactionist models of dynamic assessment (DA) in the EFL classroom: Impacts on speaking accuracy and fuency (SAF), foreign language classroom anxiety (FLCA), and foreign language learning motivation (FLLM)” was published in “Language Testing in Asia” (Scopus Q1, England, London, 20.09.2022) journal.
The article inspects the effects of DA, interactionist DA, and non-DA on EFL students' SAF, FLCA, and FLLM.
In “Hindawi Education Research International” journal
The article by her entitled “A Systematic Educational-Based Review of Stories and Poems: Seeking the Voice of Young Women in Charlotte Smith’s and Anna Barbauld’s Major Works - Are There Any Implications for Educational Context?” was published in “Hindawi Education Research International” (Scopus Q3, 01.10.2022) journal.
The article discusses the work of two women writers of the eighteenth century, Charlotte Smith and Anna Barbauld.
In the Proceedings of "International Conference on the Philosophy of Language, Literature, and Linguistics
An article entitled “The Influence of Young Women’s Voices in the Period of Romantic Period” based on the report of the author in the “International Conference on the Philosophy of Language, Literature, and Linguistics” held at Khazar University (30.11.2022) was published in the proceedings of the conference.
The article examines the two poets-Charlotte Smith and Anna Barbauld` the female voice and challenges they faced as women writers. It also ponders on their influence on English Literature and how their novels were adapted for a male audience.
In “Hindawi Education Research International” journal
The article coauthored by her“Examining the Effects of Cue Cards on EFL Learners’ Speaking Fluency, Accuracy, and Speaking Anxiety” was published in Hindawi Education Research International (Scopus Q3) (03.01.2023).
Using cue cards is not common in Iranian EFL classes, so this research aimed at examining the impacts of applying cue cards on developing the speaking accuracy and fluency of Iranian students. This study also looked at how employing cue cards helped reduce their speaking anxiety. According to results, using cue cards led to positive effects on speaking fluency, accuracy, and anxiety.
In the Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference " Fundamentals and Trends of Modern Learning"
The article entitled “Female Voice in Romantic and Victorian Ages” prepared based on her report at the International scientific conference "Fundamentals and trends of modern learning" held in Berlin, Germany (12-13. 1.2023) was published (15. 1. 2023) in the proceedings of the conference.
It studies the shifts in the eras and the representation of women in the literature of those times.
The article discusses the hardships faced by women poets, and their contributions to English literature.