Dr. Fazli Sattar
Professor and Researcher at Pakhtunkhwa College of Arts, Abdul Wali Khan University.
He holds an International Master Degree in Economics and Administration of Cultural Heritage, Public economics and Cultural Heritage from the University of Catania and he is the first PhD scholar of Cultural Heritage Conservation in Pakistan, which he obtained at the Department of Archaelogy from Hazara University.
Previously, Dr. Sattar has been Head of Department of Arts and Design and Assistant Professor of Tourism and Art at Hazara University. His research and projects regard cultural heritage management for local development and tourism, cultural economics and contemporary art.
Dr. Sattar is author of various publications: The prominent Sikh personalities of the colonial Rawalpindi, Folk tales of Potohar region, The cultural Heritage and Art history of Khyberpukhtoon khawa, The cultural profile of khyber Pukhtoon khawa, Saiful Malook – the folk tale of Hazara and its message, and The living culture, gestronomy and ethnological display of Khyberpukhtoon khawaa.
He is also an ICOM (International Council of Museum) Executive Committe Member from Pakistan.