Pedram Dibazar is a lecturer at AUC (since September 2015) and a tutor (since November 2016). As a lecturer at AUC, he is currently involved in teaching Introduction to Cities and Cultures, Digital Anthropology and Culture Lab. Pedram holds a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies from the University of Amsterdam (2016) and a post-graduate diploma in Design-based Research in Architecture from the Berlage Institute (2010).
He is an affiliated member of the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), where he did research under the ASCA Cities Project from 2010 to 2016. Pedram is the co-editor of Visualizing the Street: New Practices of Documenting, Navigating and Imagining the City (Amsterdam University Press, 2018) and the author of the forthcoming monograph Visual and Urban Culture in Contemporary Iran: the Politics of Everyday Space and Society (I.B.Tauris, 2019). His article on the role of cars in Abbas Kiarostami’s films could be found here.