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Johanna Domela Movassat

educator , art historian

Johanna Domela Movassat, American art historian, educator. Certified real estate agent California. Grantee, San Jose State University, 1996, 2000, 2003; Foreign Language Area Studies fellow, United States Department Education, 1978-1980.

Background

Movassat, Johanna Domela was born on September 30, 1951 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Jan Marinus Domela Niewenhuis and Virginia Frances (La Ferriere) Domela.

Education

Bachelor, Loyola Marymount University, 1972. Master of Arts, University California, Berkeley, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1988.

Career

Teacher English Iranzamin College, Tehran, Iran, 1974—1976. Teacher English as Second Language Language House International, 1976. Lecturer near eastern history University California, Berkeley, 1982—1988.

Instructor art history City College San Francisco, 1991—1994. Lecturer art history Santa Clara University, 1995—2002. Lecturer art history, creative arts, humanities honors program San Jose State University, since 1991.

Consultant College Board, San Jose, 1976—2002. Lecturer docent training Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco, since 1980, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, since 1980. Presenter in field.

Achievements

  • Certified real estate agent California.

Membership

Volunteer High School coordinator, teacher Granada Islamic School, Santa Clara, 1995—2003, chairman Parent-Teachers Association, 1990—1995. Member of Am Institute Iranian Studies (university representative since 2004).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Art, writing, research.

Connections

Married Masoud Movassat. Children: Maliheh, Meisam.

father:
Jan Marinus Domela Niewenhuis Domela

mother:
Virginia Frances (La Ferriere) Domela

spouse:
Masoud Movassat

children:
Maliheh Movassat

Meisam Movassat