Amin Alsaden

Visiting Doctoral Fellow

Visiting Doctoral Fellow, March – June 2018

Amin Alsaden is an independent scholar who focuses on the global exchanges of ideas and expertise across cultural boundaries. He is currently researching a pivotal juncture in post-World War II Baghdad, when the city became a locus of unprecedented encounters, contributing to the profound transformation of art and architecture globally while generating unique local movements. Alsaden holds a PhD and MA from Harvard University, a MArch from Princeton University, and a BArch from the American University of Sharjah. He defended his PhD while being a Visiting Doctoral Fellow at the OIB.