Dr. Mohammed Hamoud
Lecturer – Faculty of Tourism and Archaeology, King Saud University
Mohammed Hamoud has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Tourism and Archaeology at King Saud University (KSU) since 2011. He has an extensive experience in historic preservation practices in the USA. For example, he worked on the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) report for documenting historical buildings, museum’s development, heritage interpretation and materials restoration. Furthermore, Mohammed had the opportunity to work on several projects in the historical urban landscape, working with stakeholders and public schools in Barcelona (Educative Service), and participating in a field work on recognising historical landscape elements. Overall, and based on this experience, Mohammed combined the American and European schools with regard to concepts, theories, and implementation of cultural heritage.
Mohammed has a first master’s degree in Historic Preservation form Eastern Michigan University (USA) and a second master’s degree in Landscape Intervention and Heritage Management (UAB University, Barcelona). In 2022, he earned his Ph.D. focussing on cultural heritage management and the engagement of local communities.
During his career, he has taught several courses at KSU university, participated in local and international conferences, as well as attended training courses in the Gulf countries, Turkey, USA, Spain, and Tunisia.