Dr. Shahram Jalilian was born in 1979 in Khorramshahr, a Kurdish family from a village in western Islamabad near the west. With the onset of the war, his family returned to their homeland in Islamabad in the west, and lived there until 1369. He studied high school and high school in Khorramshahr, and was admitted to the Yazd University history congress in 1996. He graduated in 2000 with an average score of 17/50 from that university, and was admitted to the postgraduate studies in the history of ancient Iran at the Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran. In September 2002, he defended his dissertation titled “Medieval Diplomacy” with the guidance of Dr. Ardeshir Khodadadian and the advice of Dr. Reza Shabani, with a score of eighteen and a half, and a high grade, with an average of 17/87 and the first among graduates, this course Completed. He was admitted to the Ph.D. in Ancient History of Tehran University in 2002, and in 2008, from his dissertation titled “Succession Issue in the Sassanid Period,” directed by Dr. Mohammad Baqer Vosoghi and Dr. Mousavi Dr. Shirin Bayani and Dr. Roozbeh Zarinkoub defended the nineteenth grade and high grade and graduated with an average of 17/50. Dr. Shahram Jalilian has been a scholarship for Shahid Chamran University in Ahwaz since 2004 and has been working as a faculty member since 2008 at the Department of History of the Faculty of Literature and Humanities at Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz. He currently holds a degree in associate professorship, director of the history department of Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, and is researching and teaching in the history of ancient Iran, especially the Sasanian history.
Occupational and educational records:
1 Teaching specialized courses in history such as: 1. Achaemenid History; 2. The history of the Selukians and the Parthians; 3. Sassanid history; 4. Research method in history; 5. Philosophy of history. In Payame Noor University of Khorramshahr from 1382 to 1384.
2 The scholarship and then assistant professor of the history of Ahwaz Shahid Chamran and teaching the specialty courses of history such as: 1. Achaemenid History; 2. The history of the Selukians and the Parthians; 3. Sassanid history; 4. Research method in history; 5. Philosophy of History; 6. Changes in historiography in Iran and the world; 7. Principles of Political Science; 8. Introduction to Iranian Ancient Languages and Languages; Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz since 2004.
Introduction to English, especially in the translation of specialized texts.
Familiarity with ancient Persian lines and languages such as Avestan language and line, Ancient Persian, Pahlavi Parthian and Pahlavi Sassanid.
Master: Medal Diplomacy, directed by Dr. Ardeshir Khodadadian and Consultant Dr. Reza Shabani, Tehran: Shahid Beheshti University, September 2002, with a score of 50/18 and excellent degree.
Doctorate: Sassanid succession problem, Dr. Mohammad Baqir Vosoughi’s guidance and Dr. Mrs. Shirin Bayani and Dr. Roozbeh Zarrinkoub’s consultation, Tehran University: Tehran University, April 2008, with a score of nineteen.
Murray, R S Ancient Persia. Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Forough, 1380.
Maritime, Touraj. Iranshahr County. Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Toos Publishing House, 2010.
Stolper, Matthew Wolfgang. Ilam Date Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Toos Publishing House, 2011.
Bay, Chel Hyun. Bishtun’s recipe; translation of the text of Elamite and Babylonian stones by Darius the Great in Bisotun. Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Human Sciences Research and Development Institute, 2011.
Shahbazi, Alireza Shapour. An inquiry about an Achaemenid symbol; Ahoorah Mshda, Foruhar? Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Shiraz Publishing House, 1390.
Maritime, Touraj. Chess Report and Naha New Ardeshir. Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Toos Publishing House, 1392.
Maritime, Touraj. Imperial Iran, victory of Arabs and Zoroastrian zealand. Translation of Shahram Jalilian. Tehran: Toos Publishing House, 1392.
Jalilian, Shahram Bisotun Tehran: The Office of Cultural Research, 1391.
Jalilian, Shahram Jondishapur History. Qom: Vasef Lahiji, 1392.
“The question of succession during the kingdom of Nishah (302-2293): the beginning of the civil war in the Sassanid Empire”, Quarterly Journal of Historical Studies and Researches of Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, No. 15, Spring 2007, 25-45.
“Shah-shin in the Sassanian era: the process of Shah-khansin in the letter of Tanner to Goshnsb”, History of Iran: Historical Studies and Researches of the University of Shahid Beheshti, No. 15, Spring 2007, 89-115.
“The oldest descriptions of Bismillas stone in geographic texts and travelogues of the Islamic period”, Journal of Historical Researches of Sistan and Baluchestan University, Third Year, No. 5, Autumn and Winter 2009, 63-78.
“Women’s Coverage in Ancient Iran (Case Study of the Achaemenid Period)”, in collaboration with Seyyed Ali Fatemi, Journal of Cultural Research in Iran, Fourth Edition, No. 3, Autumn 2011, 1-22.
“Casilies in the Persian Gulf”, in collaboration with Amir Alinia, Gulf Research Center, Fourth Office, in an effort by Dr. Abdolrasoul Kheirandish and Mojtaba Tabrizaniya, Tehran: Book House, 1391.
“Research on the rule of Jurmard I; the King of Iran and Aniran”, The Journal of Islamic and Iranian History, Year 21, New Volume, Issue 9, Successive 91, Spring 2011, 47-74.
“Sassan Self, Historical or Legendary?”, History of Iran: Historical Studies and Research Quarterly, No. 5/63, Winter 2009, 27-54.
“The arrival of the cassians to the midst and its consequences” The history of Islam and Iran, Winter 1391, No. 105, 23-44.
“Daigani Institute in the Sassanid period”, Social History Research, Volume 2, Issue 1, Summer 2013, 53-74.
“The Two Kings on the Verge of the Destruction of the Sasanians”, Iranian Journal of History, No. 69, Winter 2011