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AKDC Program Head to Speak at the Gulf Architecture Project Conference in the Qatar National Library

Conference Program

AKDC Program Head and Archnet Content Manager Michael Toler will present the on the collections and activities of the Aga Khan Documentation Center, MIT Libraries (AKDC@MIT), Saturday, October 12, at 9 am, in Auditorium of the Qatar National Library (QNL), Doha, Qatar. Toler’s presentation, “Gulf Architecture in the Archives of the Aga Khan DocumentationCenter, MIT Libraries: Stories and Lessons,” in a Keynote of the Gulf Architecture Conference and Exhibition, organized by the QNL in collaboration with Liverpool University’s School of Architecture, Qatar University’s Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, and Ibrahim Jaidah, CEO and Chief Architect, Arab Engineering Bureau.

The conference is one of a series of events in QNL’s Gulf Architecture Month and the ongoing Gulf Architecture Project (GAP). Click here to

Download the GAP conference program.

AKDC@MIT last collaborated with ArCHIAM, the Centre for the Study of Architecture and Cultural Heritage of India, Arabia and the Maghreb, now based in Liverpool, on the exhibit Architecture on the Fringes: Oman, displayed in Rotch Library in conjunction with the AKPIA conference New Frontiers in Gulf Urbanism, March 11-12, 2016.


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