Dr Mansoureh Rajabitanha

Dr Mansoureh Rajabitanha

Lecturer – Art History & Theory


Dr. Mansoureh Rajabitanha is a recent Ph.D. graduate of the University of Adelaide, completing an Art History thesis entitled ‘Woven Pleasure: A New Perspective on the History of Persian Carpets during the Ṣafavīd Period (1501-1722 CE).’ She is a researcher in the field of Islamic Art and Architecture. Her research focuses on building a new area of expertise in the field of Islamic art, bringing textile, landscape, and architectural designs together into a unified area concerned with the theory and history of decorative arts. She also teaches “History and Theory” and “Designing Research” at the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Adelaide.

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