Ihsan Fethi

Architectural heritage

Brief info

Professor of Architecture at Amman University, Jordan with a Doctorate in Urban Conservation (Sheffield, 1978) and Batchelors in Architecture (Cardiff, 1968). He has published 12 books and over 50 research papers, founded 5 Colleges of Architecture across the Arab World and the Heritage Department at Baghdad Municipality (1983) and was Chairman of Baghdad School of Architecture in 1986-1991. A consultant to UNESCO, the Getty Conservation Institute, World Monument Fund and ICCROM he is an expert on the cultural heritage in Iraq, Iraqi Art and Architecture as historian and critic he now works on salvaging works of antiquity destroyed by ISIS.

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