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Name : Amro Yaghi

Academic Rank: Assistant Professor

Administrative Position : Faculty Academic Member

Office 4529       Ext No 4529

Email : amro.yaghi@uop.edu.jo

Specialization: Architecture

Graduate Of: University of Sheffield

Qualification

    Qualification

    University

    Country

    Year

    Master's
    Oxford Brookes University
    United Kingdom
    2014
    Ph.D
    University of Sheffield
    United Kingdom
    2020



  • Journal Paper





      Yaghi, A., Hegazy, I., Hegazy, O, " The No-Power Expressions: The impact of Refugees’ (Im-)Material Culture on Decoding the Urban Image of Alexandria " , "Academic Star",Vol.14,No., Academic Star, Washington, USA, 05/07/2020 Abstract:
      “The elephant in the room” states Robert Chambers [1] to address “Power”; a standpoint matching Foucault’s hypothesis: “power is everywhere” [2-9]. Chambers emphasizes the “convening” power type: “power to empowerment” [1]— a contribution to the four previously established ones: power “over”, “to”,




      Yaghi, A, " Translation of Civic Pedagogical Tactics to Critically Produce Public Spaces in Amman " , "The Journal of Public Space",Vol.5,No., The Journal of Public Space, London, United Kingdom, 01/31/2020 Abstract:
      This paper asks how can we re-think and critically produce alternative ‘public’ spaces through translating forms of civic pedagogical tactics in Amman? Our neoliberal contemporary cities and political agendas, with its Arabic versions, have produced socially, spatially polarised and de-politized spa




      Yaghi, A., Petrescu, D. and Nawratek, K, " Performative interventions to re-claim, re-define and produce public space in different cultural and political contexts " , "Archnet-IJAR",Vol.13,No., Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, London, United Kingdom, 11/11/2019 Abstract:
      The purpose of this paper is to ask how forms of “performative” interventions can prompt processes of re-thinking, which can, in turn, instigate the critical production of public space. Most importantly, it also asks how this methodology can manifest within various cultural and po


  • Chapter in a Book





      Yaghi, A, " Performative Approaches to `Reclaiming Public Space´ in Amman " , "Reclaiming Public Space through Intercultural Dialogue. LIT Verlag Münster",Vol.17,No., LIT Verlag Münster, Berlin, Germany, 11/28/2018
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