Elnaz Latifpour

PhD Student

Elnaz is a Ph.D. student in the History of Art & Architecture graduate program at the University of Virginia. Moreover, she is a research fellow in Indigenous Studies (IDF) and a junior fellow in the Society of Fellows (SOF) at UVA.

Her research interests concentrate on Islamic Art History, and her interdisciplinary research focuses on weaving history, textiles, and anthropology. As a Ph.D. student in the Art History program, she situates weaving art in its historical context, analyzes its impact on the world around us, and develops theoretical frameworks that contribute to critical thinking.