Grbanovic, Ana Marija

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Research Interests
Persian Islamic Architecture and Architectural Revetment
Architectural Revetments Aesthetics
Stucco Polychromy
Preservation of Cultural Heritage
Use of Digital Technology for research in Islamic Art and Architecture
Destruction of Architectural Heritage and Theory of Restoration Interventions
Ottoman Architecture
Area of research
Architecture of Ilkhanid Iran
Ilkhanid Tile Revetments
Islamic Stucco Revetments
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Ana Marija Grbanovic is a Research Associate and PhD candidate in History of Islamic Art and Archaeology at the Otto Friedrich Universität Bamberg. Her PhD research project entitled: "Ilkhanid Stucco and Tile Revetment in Iran; circa 1300. Function, Meaning and Aesthetic Principles," is supervised by Professor Lorenz Korn. Grbanovic obtained her MA degree in History of Art and Architecture of the Islamic Middle East at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) in 2014. Her MA dissertation entitled: "A re-examination of the Ilkhanid buq’a Pir-e Bakran’s decoration and its aesthetics," was supervised by Professor Doris Behrens Abouseif. Grbanovic obtained her BA in Preservation of Artistic and Architectural Heritage from the Università degli Studi di Udine in 2012. Her BA dissertation entitled: "Some Ottoman Mosques in Bosnia-Herzegovina," was supervised by Professor Giovanni Curatola.