Mohamed Amer

Forskare vid Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Kulturvård

Besöksadress:
Campus Gotland, Cramérgatan 3
621 57 Visby
Postadress:
Uppsala universitet, Campus Gotland
621 67 Visby

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Mohamed Amer is a PhD candidate in Heritage Marketing and Sustainable Cultural Tourism Roma Tre Universit; HeritageForAll initiative founder; ICOMOS-ICTC member; M.A. in Heritage Conservation and Site Management, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg

Nyckelord: heritage management heritage marketing heritage interpretation visitor management heritage economy

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Online Lecture "Cultural Identity: Curating the Heritage City" – HeritageForAll Initiative [ICOMOS International Day of Monuments and Sites (World Heritage Days 2020)“Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility”]

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Mohamed Amer is a PhD candidate in Heritage Marketing and Sustainable Cultural Tourism [Architecture Department program “Architecture: Innovation and Heritage”, Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy)]. The PhD research is called “Cultural Identity and Branding: an Integrated Approach to Enhance the Heritage Value”. He was a visiting PhD researcher at the Conservation Department, Uppsala University (Gotland Campus) where he participated in EU Horizon 2020 Project (Be.CULTOUR) – “Beyond Cultural Tourism: Heritage Innovation Networks as Drivers of Europeanisation towards a Human-Centered and Circular Tourism Economy”. In addition, he is HeritageForAll initiative founder and ICOMOS-ICTC member. He has an extensive background in heritage management and marketing. Holding M.A. in Heritage Conservation and Site Management [BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg & Helwan Uni.] (2015), he held numerous internships with UNESCO; as well as he participated in many international activities. He worked for a while as a heritage development officer at Child Museum. He participated in Œcumene Studio, as a researcher, in the heritage project “SIWI”. Then, as initiative founder, he launched an international workshop "Urban Architectural Heritage and Social Interaction: Rashid Open Air Museum". Also, he participated in Torasna for Heritage Development and Management S.A.E as a heritage professional preparing the proposal of the Pyramids of Giza Strategic Management Plan (2019 - 2022) as a part of UNESCO EG WHS "Memphis & its Necropolis". Furthermore, he was a research and teaching assistant at GUTech Oman [affiliated to RWTH Aachen Uni.]. Lately, he led two online international internship programs in “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food” (2019) and “Musealization of Cultural Identity” (2021).

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Book Chapter: Amer, M. (2021), Mutrah Old Market, Oman: Analysis to Enhance a Living Heritage Site. In Makhloufi, L. & Abdulrahman, A. (ed.s), Tangible and Intangible Heritage in the Age of Globalization. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers. [Berlin: Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities (AGYA)] [Further Coming]

Technical Report: Hamrouni, I.B.O. & Amer, M. (2021), Siwa Oasis: a Forgotten Heritage under Threat. In S. Doempke, L. Tournillon & M. Turne (eds), World Heritage Watch Report 2021. Berlin: World Heritage Watch, 122 – 126.

Technical Report (Contributor): Labadi, S., Giliberto, F., Rosetti, I., Shetabi, L. & Yıldırım, E. (2021), Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals: Policy Guidance for Heritage and Development Actors. Paris: ICOMOS.

Book Chapter: Amer, M. (2020). Cultural Identity: Concept and Heritage Review. In A. C. Antunes, G. Angjliu, & M. Bellanova (Eds.), Advances in Cultural Heritage Studies. Contributions of the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage 2020. Oeiras: Mazu Press, 89-105. [ISBN 978-989-54519-8-2]

Book Chapter: Amer, M. (2020). Interactive-relationship between Cultural Identity and Heritage Branding. In A. C. Antunes, G. Angjliu, & M. Bellanova (Eds.), Advances in Cultural Heritage Studies. Contributions of the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage 2020. Oeiras: Mazu Press, 161-177. [ISBN 978-989-54519-8-2]

Journal Paper: Amer, M. & Abdel Maksood, A. (2019), The Manifestations of the Mediterranean Diet in Egyptian Intangible Cultural Heritage. International Journal of Heritage and Museum Studies, 2(1), 206–229. [DOI: 10.21608/IJHMS.2019.119041]

Conference Paper: Amer, M. (2019), Egyptian Rural Practices: Living Heritage and Musealization. In ICOMOS Advisory Committee Scientific Symposium “Rural Heritage - Landscapes and Beyond”. Marrakech: ICOMOS Morocco. [DOI:10.7275/9yw4-0q19]

Book Chapter: Amer, M. (2018), Egyptian Intangible Heritage between Preservation Management and Sustainable Development Pattern: Analysis of the Popular Craft of Manufacturing Mats. In A. De Trafford, G. J. Tassie, J. van Wetering & O. El Daly (eds.) a River Runs through It: Studies in Honour of Prof. Fekri A. Hassan. London: Golden House Publications, 226-242. [ISBN-13: 978-1906137373]

Journal Article: Amer, M. (2017), Marketing Planning as a Tool to Augment the Visitation of Heritage Sites and Museums. International Journal of Heritage and Museum Studies, 1(1), 229–238. [DOI: 10.21608/IJHMS.2019.119042]

Technical Report: Amer, M. (ed.) (2017), Urban Architectural Heritage and Social Interaction: Rashid-Open Air Museums, Workshop Results. HeritageForAll.

M.A. Dissertation: Amer, M. (2015), Developing Innovative Marketing Plan to Augment the Visitation of Egyptian World Heritage Site(s): a Case Study on Saladin Citadel (M.A. in Heritage Conservation and Site Management). Helwan Uni. (Egypt) and BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany), Cairo. (Unpublished)

Seminar Presentation: Amer, M. (2015), World Cultural Heritage and Economic Thinking: a Case Study on Bayt al-Kritliya. In Conference “Historic Districts for Tomorrow” - Transformation Partnership in Urban Design and Architecture (Cairo Uni. - Alexandria Uni. (Egypt) – BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany)), Cairo.

Research Findings: Amer, M. & Hassan, M. (2014). Ancient Memphis: Human-induced Impact Assessment. the Joint Master in Heritage Conservation and Site Management / Module: Heritage-Impact Assessment, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.

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Mohamed Amer
Senast uppdaterad: 2021-03-09