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Iman Abdulfattah

Iman Abdulfattah

Adjunct Instructor

Iman R. Abdulfattah is a PhD Candidate in Islamic Art and Archaeology at Universität Bonn, where she is writing her dissertation on the Complex of Qalawun in Cairo. She researches the network of antiquarians who were active in Egypt during the first half of the 20th century, many of whom contributed to building important Islamic Art collections in Europe and the US. From 2005-2010, Iman worked for the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and was involved with a number of museum and heritage projects, primarily coordinating the renovation of the Museum of Islamic Art. She has also worked in the Islamic Art departments of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.  

Currently Teaching

Islamic Art History

Join us for a visual journey into the riches of the arts of the Islamic world.

Cairo: Medieval to Modern

Explore the history, architecture, and artistic importance of Cairo, Egypt.