Associate Professor, History of Art and Architecture
Nuha Khoury received her Ph.D. from Harvard University and is a specialist in medieval and early modern Islamic architecture and urbanism (7th—9th; 16th—17th century); her work and teaching include critiques of the field, Islamic art and iconography, and modern art of the Arab world. She is the recipient of Aga Khan Fellowships, the University of California President’s Fellowship, and a J.Paul Getty Fellowship for her Constructed Ideologies and Ideal Constructions: A Socio-Architectural History of the Mosque of the Prophet in Madina. Her work appears, among other places, in Muqarnas: An Annual on Islamic Art and Architecture, the Bulletin of Middle East Medievalists and the Journal of Near Eastern Studies.
EH Course: Mediterranean Cities