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Nadi Abusaada

Nadi Abusaada

PhD Candidate in Architecture

Churchill College, University of Cambridge

Supervisor: Professor Wendy Pullan


Biography:

Nadi Abusaada is a first year PhD Candidate in Architecture, and a Cambridge Trust Scholar, at the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research in the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge.

His current research focuses on the transformation of commercial relations between and within cities of the Eastern Mediterranean, with a focus on Palestine, during the period of modernisation in the late 19th and early 20th centuries under Ottoman and British Mandate rules, as they appear through changing architectural typologies and urban forms.

Nadi holds an M.Phil. (Distinction) in Architecture and Urban Studies from the University of Cambridge, and an Honours B.A. (High Distinction) in Architecture from the University of Toronto in Canada.

Awards

  • 2017-2021 Yuval-Gulbenkian Cambridge International Scholarship, UK
  • 2016-17 Cambridge Palestine Scholarship, UK
  • 2016-17 Cambridge Trust Scholarship, UK
  • 2016 Excellence Award in Social Sciences and Humanities, Canada
  • 2015 Excellence Award in Social Sciences and Humanities, Canada