I studied archaeology of the recent past at the University of Tehran and gained my PhD in 2008. Since 2003, I concentrated on the archaeology of Bam, a city located in southeastern Iran which was dramatically destroyed by an earthquake. The project was introduced as pioneering in the field of archaeology of the recent past in the Middle East. I have also directed several research projects in Pakistan, Kuwait, and Iran during the last decade.
I am delighted to work at Linnaeus University and contribute to the unique research profile on Heritage Futures.


Selected publications

Article in journal (Refereed)