Wednesday, November 2, 2011


Established in 1979 through an endowment from His Highness the Aga Khan, The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture (AKPIA) at MIT is dedicated to the study of Islamic architecture, urbanism, environmental and landscape design, and conservation. It prepares students for careers in research, design, and teaching and aims to enhance the understanding of Islamic architecture and urbanism in light of contemporary issues and to increase the visibility of Islamic cultural heritage in the modern world.

Further Information
November 7Panoramic Urbanism: Visualizing Urban History in Istanbul
Ipek Tureli
Post-Doctoral Fellow, AKPIA@MIT
December 5
Bioclimatic Devices and Adaptations at Alijares Palace
(Alhambra, 14th century) and other Nasrid Buildings

Luis Jose Garcia Pulido
Post-Doctoral Fellow, AKPIA@MIT
Mondays at 6:00 pm in the AVT, room 7-431.
Free and open to the public.

Harvard Lecture by
Nasser Rabbat

October 19, 2011
4 p.m., Radcliffe Gymnasium
10 Garden Street, Radcliffe Yard

Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Fellows' Presentation Series
The Story of Islamic Architecture
Nasser Rabbat
2011–2012 Radcliffe Institute fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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