→ Recruited at:
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique / InVisu (France)
→ PHD enrolled at:
Paris Sorbonne (France)
→ Title Dissertation:
Photography of War in Iran (1980-2019): Past inspirations and current revisions
→ Master Degree in:
Visual Anthropology, Department of Social Anthropology at University of Manchester (United Kingdom) – 2017-2018
→ Supervisor: Prof. Mercedes Volait
Historian of architecture and art, head of InVisu, a research unit on visual and material culture in the digital age, based at INHA (Institut national d’histoire de l’art, Paris) and Research professor at CNRS. She is also co-supervisor of Robin Cognée (ESR 7), Mahdieh Tavakol (ESR 8), and co-coordinator of WP 3.
→ Co-Supervisor: Dr. Petra de Bruijn
She works at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) for the department of Middle Eastern Studies. She is the main coordinator of WP 2 and supervisor of Mustafa Çolak (ESR 6).
→ External Tutor: Dr. Catherine David
She is deputy director of the Musée national d’art moderne (MNAM) - Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, where she is the head of the Research and Globalisation department since 2014.
01/ What do war photographs tell us about the Iran-Iraq war, martyrdom, and the people who lived it?
02/ In what circumstances were these photographs produced and to what extent were they used by the regime as propaganda?
03/ How are these images considered today, and what might their current reception say about changing subjectivities?
04/ What do photographs on digital media tell us about current societal issues in Iran?
05/ How do digital visual media, such as Instagram or portfolio websites, offer new opportunities to tell a story about current Iranian society?
→ Digital media and social networks
Links to other projects
→ Tropenmuseum – Amsterdam/Leiden/ Rotterdam/Berg en Dal (June 2020)
→ Centre Pompidou – Paris (December 2020)
“Integration into the Research and Globalisation department of the National Museum of Modern Art within the Centre Pompidou”