Khaled Adham is an Associate Professor at the Department of Architectural Engineering, United Arab Emirates University. He received a bachelor degree in architecture and urban planning from Cairo University in 1986, a Masters’ degree in architecture from Kent State University in 1992, and a PhD in architecture from Texas A&M University in 1997. His teaching portfolio includes courses in graduate and undergraduate levels for Architectural History and Theory, Urban Design, Urban Planning, and Architectural Design Studios. His research interests and activities are centered on the impact of late capitalism on the architectural and urban transformations of Cairo, Doha, and Dubai. He has authored book chapters, articles in refereed journals, and numerous papers in conference proceedings. He serves in editorial boards and as a reviewer for international journals and conferences. He has been invited to present his research work at international institutions such as UC Berkeley, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Center for Modern Oriental Studies in Berlin, Rice University, American University of Beirut, American University of Sharjah, and American University in Cairo.
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