Negar Habibi is an art historian and lecturer of the arts of the Persian and Islamic worlds at the University of Geneva. She is the author of Ali Qoli Jebadar
and The Safavid Occidentalism (in French, Brill 2018) and several articles on painting productions, women patronage, and Iranian society in 17th-century Isfahan. Habibi’s current project
consists of cataloguing the Jean Pozzi Persian art collection in Geneva’s Museum of Art and History (MAH).
Negar Habibi, Ph.D.
Chargée d'enseignement des arts de l'Islam, Université de Genève
Soudavar Foundation Fellow
'Ali Qoli Jebâdâr et l'occidentalisme safavide (2018), Shâhnâmeh : le livre des rois persans (2021),