Professor Ashraf Salama has contributed widely to international conferences. Since the 1990s his contributions have been extensive in the areas of architectural education, design pedagogy, human-environment interactions, and middle eastern cities addressing a wide spectrum of timely and pressing issues.
- Papers Published in Peer Reviewed International Conference Proceedings
- Presentations and Abstracts Published in Peer Reviewed International Conference Proceedings
|Professor Ashraf Salama during a plenary session of IASTE 2014: Whose Tradition? Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
14th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, UC Berkeley, CA, USA
|Professor Ashraf Salama during his participation in 2013 Gulf Research Meeting: WS # 6 - Gulf Cities as Interfaces, |
4th Annual Gulf Research Meeting, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Salama, A. M. (2000). Community Participation and the Housing Process: The Case of Quseir. In Proceedings of ENHR 2000 – Housing in the 21st Century: Fragmentation and Re-Orientation, Gavle, Sweden.
Salama, A. M., Wiedmann, F., Azzali, S. (2017). Public Spaces and Everyday Practices of Migrant Labour in Gulf Cities. Abstract and Presentation in the Proceedings of Planning Research Conference-PRC: Transcending Boundaries: Global Flows and Spatial Justice:, Belfast, United Kingdom, PP. 22-23.
Wiedmann, F., Salama, A. M., and Ibrahim, H. G. (2017). Planning for Affordable Housing as Part of Property_Led Development Strategies in Gulf Cities. Abstract and Presentation in the Proceedings of Planning Research Conference-PRC: Transcending Boundaries: Global Flows and Spatial Justice:, Belfast, United Kingdom, PP. 22-23.
Salama, A. M., Azzali, S., Wiedmann, F. (2016). Socio-spatial Practice of Migrant Communities in Doha’s Traditional Core: The Case of Al Asmakh District, Workshop 6 - Arab Gulf Cities in Transition: Space, Politics and Society, 7th Annual Gulf Research Meeting-2016, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Salama, A. M. (2014). Keynote: Shaping Urban Tradition and the Contemporary Lived Space in a Globalizing Context.IASTE-2014, Proceedings of the Biennale Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments. Kulala Lumpur, Malaysia, P.13. download book of abstracts
|Professor Ashraf Salama during his participation in the International Conference of the Architectural Humanities |
Research Association - AHRA: Peripheries 2011, Queen’s University, Belfast, United Kingdom.
Salama, A. M. (2010). Evolving Cultural Aspirations in an Emerging Regional Metropolis. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Cultural Role of Architecture, EMMTEC, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom. PP. 29-30.