Rouhollah Amanimehr

Rouhollah Amanimehr, M.Phil.

Assistent

SNF-Doktorand Kunstgeschichte

r.amanimehr@khist.uzh.ch

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

- Persian: native