Book Chapters


Professor Ashraf Salama has contributed to international research on architecture and urbanism in the Middle East as well as his continuous endeavors on architectural pedagogy. 

This page displays a list of Professor Salama's book chapter with links to outlines and downloadable files.


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Salama, A. M. (2017). Evolution in the Arab Region. In Carughi, U. and Visone, M. (eds.), Time Frames: Conservation Policies for Twentieth-Century Architectural Heritage. Routledge: London. PP. 365-371. ISBN #. 9781472489296

Salama, A. M. (2016). Evolutionary Interventions in Search of National Architectural Identity. In Molinari, L. and Jaidah, I. (eds.), AEB 1966-2016: Fifty Years of Architectural Design in Qatar. Skira: Milan, Italy. PP. 8-19. ISBN # 978-88-572-2860-8.

Salama, A. M. and Wiedmann, F. (2016). Fragmentation and Continuity in Qatar's Urbanism: Towards a Hub Vision. In Tok, M. E., Alkhater, L. R. M., and Pal, L. A. (eds.), Policy-Making in a Transformative State. Plagrave Macmillam: London. PP. 155-177. ISBN # (online) 978-1-137-46639-6 and (Print) 978-1-137-46638-9, DOI: 10.1057/978-1-137-46639-6_6  

Salama, A. M. (2016). Epilogue: Urban Landscapes and Future Sustainable Urban Qualities in Middle Eastern Cities. In M. Gharipour (ed.), Contemporary Urban Landscapes of the Middle East. . (Hardback ed.). Routledge: London.  PP. 255-265. ISBN #  978-1-1388-4959-4.

Salama, A. M. Wiedmann, F., Khalfani, F., Al Maimani, A. (2016). Dynamics of Populations and Urban Open Spaces in the Emerging City of Doha. In. G. Katodrytis and S. Syed (eds.), Gulf Cities as Interfaces. Gulf Research Center, University of Cambridge, PP.185-206.

Wiedmann, F., Conventz, S., Salama, A. M., and Thierstein, A. (2016). The Role of Advanced Producer Service Firms in the Development of Urban Diversity in Doha. In. G. Katodrytis & S. Syed (eds.), Gulf Cities as Interfaces. Gulf Research Center, University of Cambridge, PP 27-50.

Salama, A. M. (2015). The Emerging Urban Landscape in the Southern Persian Gulf. In M. Kamrava (ed.), Gateways to the World: Port Cities in the Persian Gulf. Hurst Publishers: London. ISBN # 9781849045636.

Salama, A. M. (2015). A Socio-Anthropological Approach for Exploring Housing Culture in Contemporary Cairo. In A. Picone (ed.), Culture mediterranee dell’abitare: Mediterranean housing cultures. (pp. 128-137). (Inhabiting the Future; Vol. 7). CLEAN Publishers, Napoli, Italy. ISBN 978-88-8497-493-8.

Salama, A. M. (2014). Media Coverage and Users' Reactions: Al Azhar Park in Cairo Re-examined. In W. Preiser, A. Davis, A. M. Salama, and A. Hardy (eds.), Architecture Beyond Criticism: Expert Judgment and Performance Evaluation. (Hardback ed.). Routledge: London,  PP. 91-103. ISBN # 978-0-415-72532-3.

Preiser, W. F. E., Davis, A., Salama, A. M., and Hardy, A. (2014). Introduction. In W. Preiser, A. Davis, A. M. Salama, and A. Hardy (eds.), Architecture Beyond Criticism: Expert Judgment and Performance Evaluation. (Hardback ed.). Routledge: London, PP. 3-19. ISBN # 978-0-415-72532-3.

Salama, A. M. (2014). A Century of Architecture in the Arabian Peninsula: Evolving Isms and Multiple Architectural Identities in a Growing Region. In G. George Arbid (ed.), Architecture from the Arab world (1914-2014): A Selection: Bahrain Catalogue in Biennale Venice. Bahrain Ministry of Culture, Manama, Bahrain, PP. 137-143.

Salama, A. M. (2013). Narrating Doha’s Architecture and Urbanism: The then, the now, the drama, the theater, and the performance. In Josep Luis Mateo and Krunoslav Ivanisin (eds.), Middle East: Landscape, City, and Architecture. Park Books: London. ISBN # 978-3906027166.

Salama, A. M. (2012). Architectural Identity Demystified: Visual Voices from the Arab World. In. P. Emmons, J. Lomholt, and J. L. Jendrix (eds.), The Cultural Role of Architecture: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives. Routledge: London, PP. 175-185. ISBN # 978-0-415-78341-5.

Salama, A. M. (2012). Assessing Qatar University’s Campus Outdoor Spaces: Design Intentions Versus Users’ Reactions. In S. Mallory-Hill, W. Preiser and C. Watson (eds.), Enhancing Building Performance. John Wiley and Sons, New York, PP.139-150. ISBN # 978-0-470-65759-1.

Salama, A. M. (2012). Evaluation Research and Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) in Architecture and Urbanism: Consumption Versus Production of Knowledge. In S. Mallory-Hill, W. Preiser and C. Watson (eds.), Enhancing Building Performance. John Wiley and Sons, New York, PP. 277-284. ISBN # 978-0-470-65759-1.

Salama, A. M. (2011). Identity Flows: The Arabian Peninsula, Emerging Metropolises. In: Luis Fernández-Galiano (ed.), ATLAS-Architectures of the 21st Century - Africa and Middle East. Fundación BBVA, Madrid: Spain. PP. 175-221. ISBN # 978-84-92937-19-6.


Salama, A. M. (2009). Preface: Cultural Evolution and the Arab House nella prefazione, ripercorre la storia della capitale d’Egitto, cercando di recuperare la memoria di una tradizione tipologica dell’abitare arabo. In Adelina Picone, Casa Araba d’Egitto, Editoriale Jaca Books, Milan, Italy. ISBN # 8816408561.

Salama, A. M. (2007). A Structured Content and a Rigorous Process Meet in Studio Pedagogy. In A. Salama and N. Wilkinson (eds.), Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future. Urban International Press, Gateshead, United Kingdom, PP. 2-8. ISBN # 1-872811-09-04.

Salama, A. M. and Wilkinson, N. (2007). Introduction: Legacies for the Future of Design Studio Pedagogy. In A. Salama and N. Wilkinson (eds.), Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future. Urban International Press, Gateshead, United Kingdom, PP. 153-166. ISBN # 1-872811-09-04.

Salama, A. M. (2005). Architectural Identity in the Middle East: Hidden Assumptions and Philosophical Perspectives. In D. Mazzoleni et al (eds.), Shores of the Mediterranean: Architecture as a Language of Peace. Intra Moenia, Napoli, Italy. PP. 77-85. ISBN# 88-7421-054X.

Salama, A. M. (2004). Contemporary Architecture in Egypt: Reflections on Architecture and Urbanism of the Nineties. In J. Abed (ed.), Architecture Re-Introduced: New Projects in Societies in Change. The Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Geneva, Switzerland. PP. 80-101.

Salama, A. M. (2002). Environmental Knowledge and Paradigm Shifts: Sustainability and Architectural Pedagogy in Africa and the Middle East. In A. Salama et al (eds.), Architectural Education Today: Cross Cultural Perspectives. Comportments, Lausanne, Switzerland. PP. 51-59. ISBN# 2-940075-07-7.

Salama, A. M. and Noschis, K. (2002). Introduction: An Architectural Education Responsive to Contemporary Societies. In A. Salama et al (eds.), Architectural Education Today: Cross Cultural Perspectives. Comportments, Lausanne, Switzerland. PP. 8-14. ISBN# 2-940075-07-7.

Salama, A. M. (1999). Incorporating Knowledge about Cultural Diversity into Architectural Pedagogy. In W. O'Reilly (ed.), Architectural Knowledge and Cultural Diversity, Comportments, Lausanne, Switzerland. PP. 135-144. ISBN# 2-940075-04-2.

Salama, A. M. (1998). A New Paradigm in Architectural Pedagogy: Integrating Environment-Behavior Studies into Architectural Education Teaching Practices. In J. Teklenburg et al. (eds.), Shifting Balances: Changing Roles in Policy, Research, and Design. EIRASS, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. PP.128-139. ISBN# 90-6814-082-5.