Erbil History, Archaeology, Arts and Architecture. Online Bi-Monthly Seminars, 2020-2021
This project aims at shedding light and celebrating numerous works of scholars who visited Erbil during the last two decades These studies resulted in very important and multi dimensional conclusions regarding Erbil and its surroundings history, archaeology, arts and architecture. Based on the accumulated knowledge, existing projects of preservation, revitalization, and rehabilitation of cultural heritage may be reoriented or reviewed.
UKH and Ifpo have a shared vision and a sense of strong responsibility towards highlighting learned lessons from past generations experiences Such experiences that are documented in the works of the prospected participants. It is expected from these seminars to raise awareness amongst the younger generation regarding the state of the existing and past conditions as the premises and starting points for any future development.
Attending these seminars will be, audience at large, students and young scholars of UKH in general and staff and students of the School of Science and Engineering with emphasis on the attending audience from the Architectural Engineering and Sustainability The audience will experience Erbil culture, history, pattern of living and inherited business ethics and morals of the city that is offering them education, academic certificate, and a chance for a successful life in the future.
Soorkeu A. Atrooshi, PhD, MSc, BSc, Dean of School of Science and Engineering, SSE UKH
Mahmood Khayat, PhD, Assistant professor, Civil and Architectural Engineering Department, University of Kurdistan Hawler
Narmin Ali Muhamad Ameen, PhD, Archaeologist, Assistant Professor, Salahaddin University
Barbara Couturaud,PhD, Archaeologist, Head of the Ifpo office in Erbil, Institut français du Proche-Orient
The seminar will occur during 10 sessions, between November 26th 2020 and April 20th 2021.
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Meeting ID: 995 6136 4040