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Dr. RABELA JUNEJO
Department of Architecture and Planning,
N.E.D. University City Campus,
Maulana Din Mohammad Wafai Road, Karachi, Pakistan
+92 21 32620793 (W)
• rabelajunejo@yahoo.com
• rabelajunejo@cloud.neduet.edu.pk

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Published Books
Online Dissertations
  PhD dissertation titled “Architectural Encounters at Makli Necropolis (14th – 18th Centurıes)”, METU, Ankara, AUG 2020.     
     
  Master’s thesis titled “Architectural Permeability: Stylistic Encounters in the Architecture of The Makli Necropolis (14th – 16th Centurıes), METU, Ankara, DEC. 2010  
     
Peer Reviewed Journals, Proceedings, Book Chapter  
 

Journal Papers

 
     
  Appropriating Indo-Saracenic Style: Bhai Ram Singh’s Contribution to the Architecture of 19th Century Lahore published in international “Journal of Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism – JTBAU”, INTBAU Spain, vol. 1 Pages 357-368, 2020.   
     
  Paper presented at First International conference on Makli titled, “Tomb of Isa Khan Tarkhan the II – Place of Converging Architectural Idioms” held at Makli, Thatta 13th – 14th Jan 2018. Paper published in Sindh Antiquities Quarterly Journal (Special edition on Makli International Conference), Department of Culture, Government of Sindh, vol. 1, no. 4, Pages 29-40.
     
  Articles in Newspapers and Professional Magazines  
     
  Book Reviews  
     
  Saints, Sufis and Shrines: The Mystical Landscape of Sindh” by Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro, Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh, Karachi, ISBN: 978-9699860423, Published in DAWN – Books and Authors, May 14th, 2023.  
     
  Forts of Sindh”, by Ishtiaq Ansari, Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh, Karachi, ISBN: 978-9699860386, Published in DAWN – Books and Authors, November 6th, 2022.  
     
  Taza Nawa’i Mu’arek: New Songs From the Battlefields — Sindh Afghan Conflicts (1747-1855 AD)”, by Munshi Atta Muhammad Shikarpuri, Translated by Suroosh Irfani and Dr Nabi Baksh Qazi, Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh, Karachi, ISBN: 978-9699860294ity - Published in DAWN – Books and Authors, October 31st, 2021.  
     
 

“The Sikh Heritage beyond Borders”, by Dalvir S. Pannu. Published in JRAP Vol. 30 2021 (First Issue)

 
     
 

“The Sikh Heritage of Pakistan”, by: Dr. Safdar Ali Shah and Syed Javaid A. Kazi, Published in JRAP Vol. 30 2021 (First Issue)

 
     
  Evolution and Development of Mosque Architecture in Sindh”, by Shaikh Khurshid Hasan, NIHCR Quaid-i-Azam University - Published in DAWN – Books and Authors, December 24th, 2017.  
     
  Architecture after Independence: 55 Architects of Pakistan”, by Murtuza Shikoh & Zain Mankani, Arch Press, 2016. Published in JRAP Vol. 20 2016 (First Issue)  
     
  Lahore: History and Architecture of Mughal Monuments”, by Anjum Rehmani, OUP Khi ISBN: 978-0199066094 – Published in DAWN – Books and Authors, October 9th, 2016.  
     
Conferences, Seminar and Talks – Local and International  
  Conferences  
     
  Paper presented at First International conference on Makli titled, “Tomb of Isa Khan Tarkhan the II – Place of Converging Architectural Idioms” held at Makli, Thatta 13th – 14th Jan 2018. Paper published in Sindh Antiquities Quarterly Journal (Special edition on Makli International Conference), Department of Culture, Government of Sindh, vol. 1, no. 4, Pages 29-40.  
     
  Paper presented at International Conference on Archaeological Heritage of Pakistan: Challenges, Potential and Way forward titled, “National Museum of Pakistan: Subjective readings into Narrative of Display”, (co-authored with Nida Jawed Ahmed) co-organized by Higher Education Commission (HEC), National History and Literary Heritage Division, UNESCO, Embassy of France in Pakistan, British Council, and Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA), held at Alhmara Lahore, 20th – 22nd Oct 2017.
https://www.makeheritagefun.com/events/international-conference-archaeological-heritage-pakistan-challenges-potential-way-forward/
 
     
  Paper presented at 24th International Conference of International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA 2016) titled, "Pluralism of Funerary Monuments: Reading Architectural Encounters at Makli Necropolis". Conference theme was “Asian History, Culture and Environment: Vernacular and Oriental Paradigms” held in Islamabad, Pakistan from 5-9 December, 2016.
http://nihcr.edu.pk/Downloads/Dr_Sajid/Books_Sajid/IAHA24%20Conference%20Papers,%20Vol.3-Complete.pdf
 
     
  Paper presented titled, “Makli Necropolis (14th – 18th Century): Investigation into Geometric Ornamentation” at Nexus Conference on Relationships between Architecture and Mathematics, 9-12 June 2014, Ankara, Turkey
http://dds.archweb.metu.edu.tr/nexus2014-relationships-between-architecture-and-mathematics-9-12-june-2014-ankara-turkey/
 
     
  Seminars  
   
  Talk given at international online seminar titled “Turkish – Mughal Architecture in Makli Necropolis, Thatta, Pakistan”, organized by Turkish National Commission for UNESCO, 9th July 2021, Ankara.
   
  Talk given at a two day local online seminar on Sindh’s History, Heritage and Diversity titled, “Symbolism of Ornamentation at Makli Necropolis”, organized by NIFTH (Lok Virsa) Islamabad and Haast O Neest, Lahore, 13th – 14th Feb 2021.
   
  Talk given at a local seminar on Revisiting Shikarpur: A Journey to the Vernacular Mansions of Sindh, titled “g>Rituals and Interior Space: A Study of Atrium in Roman Domus” at Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, 10th Nov. 2018, Karachi, Pakistan.