As a teacher of Persian and an expert in the filed of Persian Syntax and Grammar, Koorosh Angali has been collaborating with Professor Michael Craig Hilmmann of the University of Texas at Austin (From Classroom to Courtroom [AuthorHouse 2008], Tajiki Textbook and Reader: Second Edition [Dunwoody Press 2003], Persian Vocabulary Acquisition, 2nd ed. [Dunwoody Press 2003], and more) on several volumes as primers and/or supplementaries, intended to be used worldwide in teaching Persian courses. The Advanced Persian Reader is currently under print at Dumwoody Press.
In addition to teaching Persian syntax and grammar, Koorosh Angali has been teaching visual arts for over thirty years. Since currently he is teaching at the Tehran Art University, he has prepared a two volume set for his students, covering the two semesters of the required courses. These books, however, may prove to be useful for other readers, as well; for they contains an expansive amount of information about the history of sculpture. The first volume (seen on in this page), titled The Preliminary History of Volume and Sculpture, covers the history of sculpture and volume from the time of the cave dwellers, passing through the old Egyptian, Classical and Hellenistic, Roman, old Persian, Mesopotamian, early Christian, the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo, and the Neoclassical arts, up to the beginning of the Modern period. Volume two (under authorship) will cover the Modern, Post-modern, and the current (contemporary) art periods. The first volume's expected publication and distribution is during the summer 2016.