Nazmi Jubeh, PhD (b. Jerusalem, 1955) is associate professor of history and archaeology at Birzeit University in Palestine and was the Co-Director of Riwaq: Centre for Architectural Conservation in Ramallah (1992-2010). He also was the director of the Islamic Museum – al-Haram al-Sharif- Jerusalem (1980-1984).

Jubeh’s research melds archeology, history, politics and architecture. Completed initial studies in Middle Eastern Studies and archaeology at Birzeit University and received both a Masters degree in oriental studies and archeology and a PhD in Oriental Studies from the University of Tubingen in Germany. Jubeh is known in his expertise on Jerusalem and Hebron in general and the holy sites in particular. Jubeh currently serves on the board of trustees of several cultural institutions and museums in Jerusalem and in the West Bank.

He published several books and large number of articles on history, archaeology, politics and architecture.