Rouhollah Amanimehr M.Phil.

PhD student (SNSF) Art History
University of Zurich

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Education and Academic

2016          

PhD Position in Art History at the Universität Zürich.

2013-2016  

Lecturer in Art History, University of Science & Culture, Tehran, IRAN.

2013          

Teaching Assistant in Islamic Culture, UKM, Kualalumpur, MALAYSIA.

2010           

MPhil, University of Seville, SPAIN.
Thesis: Transformación de los Edificios Religiosos de la Sevilla Medieval

2005           

Master in Historic Conservation of Monuments and Sites, IAU Tehran.

 

Research

Course of valorization of Mediterranean heritages, Archaeology Museum of Cataluña, May 2003, Barcelona, SPAIN.

Article: “Historic Wooden Mosques of Iran” in conference: “Conservation of Historic Wooden Structures”, 22-27 February 2005, Florence, ITALY.

Article: “Bam Citadel (ARG-E-BAM) and Experiences of Earthquake” in conference: “ArtRisk: International Conference on Natural Hazards and Heritage Protection”, 18-19th March 2005, Mação, PORTUGAL.

Visiting research in the Monumental Decorations of Islamic Architecture; Laboratory of archaeology, University of Bordeaux III, May 2010, FRANCE.

Participation in the Summer Institute “Roots & Routs” University of Toronto, June-July 2011, CANADA.

Research fellow in Medieval History of Cultural Exchanges among - Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta, fall Semester 2012, Edmonton, CANADA.

 

Publications

Collaboration in the "Muslim Civilizations Abstracts" (MCA) project, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations, Aga Khan University, London. 2008-2009.

Translation of the book “Libro de la nada”, the poem of ZEN. Spanish to Farsi, 2008.

Translation of the book “La Sinagoga”, the study in the history and architecture of the synagogue. Spanish to Farsi, 2009.

Translation and publish of a series (4 Books) of medieval culture in the manuscripts of British Library. Spanish to Farsi, 2013, Tehran.

 

Research Interests

Monumental Inscriptions and Epigraphy

Comparative Studies of Religious Art

 

Languages

Spanish, English: fluent

French, Classical Arabic: reading

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