Nasser Rabbat: "Expertise Exposed: Consultancy in the Gulf"
architecture, slocum, symposium, urban, gulf, middle east, islam, islamic history
Keynote address to "Expertise Exposed" symposium, held April 8-9 in Slocum Hall. Architecture historian Nasser Rabbat is Aga Khan Professor of Islamic Architecture at MIT. His interest lies with the critically paramount yet highly contentious relationship between Islamic architecture and culture. His design background and knowledge of Islamic history, cultures, and languages provide the framework for fundamental questions that define his scholarship. Sponsored by the Architecture Students Organization and the Society of Multicultural Architects and Designers at the School of Architecture at Syracuse University.
Rabbat, Nasser, "Nasser Rabbat: "Expertise Exposed: Consultancy in the Gulf"" (2013). School of Architecture Lectures Series. Paper 31.
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