Teaching Grants

  • Emerging Scholar Grant, Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative (GAHTC), MIT Department of Architecture, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (July-November 2019)
    • To prepare the proposed module entitled A Global Historiography of Persian Architecture: The Making and Breaking of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, inclusive of two lectures and related teaching materials

University Courses

  • pending Spring 2021: Pomona College, Art History Department, course tbd
  • Fall 2017: Pomona College, History Department, Mughal Worlds, HIST 147 (interdisciplinary seminar)
  • Summer 2017: UCSB, Islamic Art and Architecture, ARTHI 6K (6-week summer intensive)  
  • Winter 2017: UCLA, Eastern Islamic Art, AH 119B
  • Fall 2016 (100% time with UC)
    • UCSB, Architecture and Environment of the Islamic World, ARTHI 5A (large lecture, ~140 students, 3 TAs)
    • UCLA, special topics, “Architecture of Iran: The Canon and Beyond, c. 900-1650,” AH 185 (small upper-level seminar)
    • UCLA, Western Islamic Art, AH 119A
  • Winter 2016: UCLA, Western Islamic Art, AH 119A
  • Fall 2015
    • UCLA, Eastern Islamic Art, AH 119B
    • Occidental College, Islamic Art and Architecture, Arth 278
  • Fall 2013: Portland State University, Introduction to Islamic Art and Architecture, AH 450
  • Summer 2013: Portland State University, Introduction to Asian Art, AH 208 (online course)

Cultural Tours