Samir Mahmoud

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Philosophical Aesthetics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
M.Phil. Aesthetic Theory, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
M.A. Architectural History & Urban Design, University of New South Wales, Australia
B.A. Anthropology, University of New South Wales, Australia

Samir Mahmoud is actively engaged in research on the phenomenology of architecture, space and the senses, architectural history and theory of Stimmung, architectural history, and theory of Gothic and the Renaissance. He is also interested in new perspectives on Islamic art and architecture.