National Museum of Iran
Curator and Keeper
Nayereh is Chief Curator and Keeper in the Department of Prehistory, Pottery, Bone, and the Palaeolithic at the National Museum of Iran. During her time at the ITP she worked for the Department of Confiscated Objects.
In 2014, Nayereh was involved in organising the exhibition Evidence for Two Hundred Thousand Years of Human-Animal Bond in the Land of Iran at the National Museum of Iran. She began her MA in Archaeology at the Azad University in 2015 and Nayerah has also been working on a number of joint archaeological research programmes between National Museum of Iran and Azad University.
At the British Museum
During her time on the International Training Programme in 2007, Nayereh was based in the Middle East Department and her partner placement was spent at The Collection – Art and Archaeology in Lincolnshire.
Nayereh’s participation on the ITP 2008 was generously supported by the Altajir Trust.
ITP Newsletter Publications
ITP Newsletter Issue 3 (2016), Reasons for celebration: New beginnings for the National Museum of Iran