Ahmadreza Hakiminejad 
Educator, researcher and experimental photographer

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice in HE, Coventry University, 2022.
- PhD in Built Environment, University of West London, 2018.
- Postgraduate Certificate in Research, University of West London, 2013.
- Master of Arts in Spatial Planning and Urban Design, London Metropolitan University, 2012.
- BA in Architecture, University of Khayyam, Mashhad, Iran, 2009.
- Associate of Arts in Architecture, University of Khayyam, Mashhad, Iran, 2005 

- Leeds Beckett University, Lecturer in Architecture (Dec 2023 - )
- Coventry University, Lecturer (Jan 2022 - Nov 2023)
- Coventry University, Assistant Lecturer (Aug 2020 - Jan 2022)
- University of West London, Adjunct Lecturer (September 2014 - May 2020).
- Barking & Dagenham College, Lecturer (May 2019 - May 2020).
- University of Westminster, Visiting Critic (Jan- May 2017).
- Institute for Strategic Studies in Iranian Architecture, Member of Research Board in Good Architecture Programme (2016 - 2019).
- University of West London, Teaching Assistant (2013 - 2014).
- Almax Architecture, Dubai, UAE (2010- 2011).
- Tehran Municipality- District 22, Design Department, Tehran, Iran (2009- 2010).
- Iranshahr Architecture and Urban Planning Firm, Mashhad, Iran (2007-2009).
- Motaghi Rad Architecture, Mashhad, Iran (2007).
- Soura Architectural Office, Mashhad, Iran (2006- 2007).

- Hakiminejad, A (2017). Posht-e Neqab-e Tehran (Farsi edition of ‘Behind the Veil’ by Alice Bucknell, Architectural Review, Façade, September 2017), Underline Magazine, Issue 1, p. 61-69. 
- Hakiminejad, A (2017). Tehran’s ‘Stone Palace’: A House For A City (in Farsi), Anthropology and Culture, Tehran, Iran. - Hakiminejad, A (2016). The Role of Historical Buildings in Cities: the Case of MoshirolmilkCarvanserai in City of Borazjan (in Farsi), Anthropology and Culture, Tehran, Iran. 
Hakiminejad A (2016). From Sheikh’s Dome to Sayyid’s Minaret (in Farsi), Anthropology and Culture, Tehran, Iran. 
- Hakiminejad A (2016) A Land for the Square, A Space for the City(zen): the potentiality of a vacant land in transformation of a significant urban node (in Farsi). Shargh Daily. 11 June 2016, p.10.
- Hakiminejad A (2016) People; the Missing Link of Iranian Cities (in Farsi). Shargh Daily. 2 July2016, p.12. 
- Hakiminejad A (2016), Why ‘Charkhab’ Is Important? A Note on the Significance of CharkhabPalace in South Iran (In Farsi), Bamdad jonoub Daily, Iran. 
- Hakiminejad A, Fu C, Mohammadzadeh Titkanlou H (2015), A critical review of sustainable builtenvironment development in Iran, Proceedings of the ICE- Engineering Sustainability, 168(3), pp. 105-119, June 2015. [Online]. Available at:  
Afzalian K, Hakiminejad A (ed) (2013). Shahrhaye Paydar Baraye Sayyare e Koochak (Farsi editionof Cities for a Small Planet (Richard Rogers, 1997)), Ketabkadeh Kasra Publishing, Mashhad, Iran. 
- Hakiminejad A (2012). Borazjan: an isolated city (in Farsi), Ettehda-e Jonoub Weekly, Bushehr,Iran.  
- Talebian, N. Nabizadeh,S. Atashi,M (2006). Ideas, History and Projects Book 1: ResidentialComplex (in Farsi), Ketabkadeh Kasra, Mashad, Iran. Credit: Authors’ assistant    


- In Search of A Ruined City; Revisiting Tehran’s Red-Light District. To be given at 13th Biennial Iranian Studies Conference, Association for Iranian Studies, University of Salamanca, Spain, August 30-September 2, 2022. 
- 'The Right to the City' and the Problem of Tehran, Cities in a Changing World: Questions of Culture, Climate and Design, City University of New York, 16-18 June 2021. 
- The House of Tyranny; Thoughts on Iran's Pyramid of Power. Parliament Buildings Conference, UCL, London, 18-19 February 2021. 
- The Wrong City in the Making; the Case of Tehran’s District 22. Fourth Biennial Conference on Iranian Studies, University of St Andrews, 13–14 April 2019.
- Women vs Cities: The Masculinity of Urban Space in Traditional and Modern Iran. ELEVENTH BIENNIAL IRANIAN STUDIES CONFERENCE, University of Vienna, Vienna, 2-5 August 2016. 
- The Interrelationship of Social Sustainability and Urban Form; the Case of Modern and Traditional Iranian Cities,18th International Conference on Sustainable Urban Environment Paris, 21-22 January 2016.
- A Mysterious Approach: The Elements of Environmental Sustainability in Traditional Iranian Architecture and Urban Design. UWL DOCTORAL CONFERENCE, London, 19 May 2015.
- Participated in the panel discussion “Urban Air and Pollution” in “Iran’s Natural Heritage: A Catalyst for Measurable Change” conference, Asia House, London, 19 January 2014. Panel members: Dr John Curtis, Dr Dariush Borbor, Dr Vahid Hosseini, Ali Hendessi, Ahmadreza Hakiminejad.
- Organised a seminar entitled “Urban Sustainability Assessment Indicators: A Review”, Andisheh New Town Development Company, Tehran, Iran, September 2015. (Speakers: H Mohammadzadeh Titkanlou, A Hakiminejad).

BA Thesis:
Revitalization of the Environs of Hafez Tomb in Shiraz
MA Thesis:
The Role of Symbolic Squares in Cities: The Cases of London’s Trafalgar and Isfahan’s Naqsh-e Jahan
PhD Thesis:
Measuring Cities: A Study of the Development of Iranian Urban Sustainability Assessment Mechanisms From A UK Perspective

- Urban Studies 
- Urban and architectural history and theory
- Urban society and culture
- Politics of space

- Hakiminejad A (2018). Vakil Mosque, Shiraz, Iran [Photograph]. Underline Magazine, Issue 2, P. 11, Winter 2018.
- Hakiminejad A (2016). Untitled [Photograph]. Featured in the film: Film Farsi directed by Ehsan Khoshbakht.
- Hakiminejad A (2015). Untitled [Photograph]. The Exposure Award: The Candid Photography Collection. (The collection was presented at the Louvre Museum in Paris on July 13th, 2015)
- Hakiminejad A (2014). Untitled [Photograph]. Featured in the film: Life May Be directed by Mark Cousins and Mania Akbari.
- Hakiminejad A (2013). 
- Ravayat-e Shoma Az Zendegi-e Zanan (Farsi for: Your Stories of Women’s Lives) [Photograph]. BBC.
- Hakiminejad A (2012). Untitled [Photograph]. Art21 Magazine.

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