Heritage of Doha, Identity of Qatar: Videos and Presentations

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Heritage of Doha, Identity of Qatar was a joint QNRF/UCL Qatar Workshop held on Wednesday, November 5th, 2014.

This workshop featured several speakers who are working on heritage and archaeology in Qatar. We have made several of the presentations available in video and pdf format. Due to technical difficulties, video is only available for the morning lectures.

Dr. Robert Carter, UCL Qatar
The Origins of Doha: Historical and Global Context, Archaeological Discoveries
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Dr. Colleen Morgan, University of York; Origins of Doha
Archaeology for Doha: Outreach and Online Resources by the Origins of Doha Team
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Mr. Mohammed Ali Abdullah, Private Engineering Office of the Amiri Diwan
Doha, 1782-1947

Dr. Sandra Rosendahl, University of Copenhagen
Zubarah: Doha’s Predecessor
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Professor Thomas Leisten, Qatar Museums
Recording and Protection of Doha and Qatar’s Archaeological and Architectural Heritage
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Dr. Abdullah Al-Sulaiti, Qatar National Museum
Al Bidda’s Defense Strategy, mid 1800s – 1915

Dr. Ferhan Sakal, Qatar Museums
Joint QM-UCL Qatar Old Doha Rescue Excavation – QM Trenches
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Mr. Daniel Eddisford, University of Durham; Origins of Doha
Joint QM-UCL Qatar Old Doha Rescue Excavation – UCL Qatar Trenches
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Dr. Robert Carter, UCL Qatar
Material Culture and Daily Life in Old Doha

Dr. Richard Fletcher, Origins of Doha
Doha’s Growth and Urban form: GIS Analysis

Mr. Michal Michalski, Origins of Doha
Traditional Architecture of Doha

Dr. Mary Anne Murray, Dr. Lisa Yeomans, Mr. Daniel Eddisford, Origins of Doha
Diet in Old Doha – Botanical Remains, Bones, and Kitchens
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Download Fish PDF

Mr. Fahad Al-Obaidly, Qatar National Museum
Memories of Old Doha: Oral History Collections of the Ministry of Culture

Ms. Tammi Moe, Ms. Fatma Al-Dosari, Mr. Nasser Al-Naama, Mr. Khaled Al-Rayes, Origins of Doha
New Memories of Old Doha: New Oral Histories Gathered by the Origins of Doha Team

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