Muslim Cultures of the Indian Ocean: Diversity and Pluralism, Past and Present
edited by Stéphane Pradines, and Farouk TopanThe book explores the role of Islam in forming and transforming interconnectivity across the Indian Ocean World from a longue durée perspective View
Cross Cultural Artistic Encounters in the Eastern Mediterranean
Edited by Zeren Tanındı
A PIMo collection of essays around the exhibition titled “Şeyh Hamdullah on the 500th Anniversary of His Death” at the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul. Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul, 2022.View
L'art du livre turc. Bibliothèque nationale de France, 2022
Zeren TanındıThis book provides a comprehensive approach to the arts of the book in the Ottoman Empire, examining bindings, illumination, illustration and calligraphy. View
Prof. Zeren Tanındı's 2022 Léopold Delisle Lectures at the Bibliothéque Nationale de France
Historic Mosques in Sub-Saharan Africa: From Timbuktu to Zanzibar
by Stéphane PradinesThis book is the first comprehensive synthesis on mosques in sub-Saharan Africa, bringing together sites from more than twenty states from sub-Saharan Africa; and more than 285 monuments, from the IXth to the XIXth centuries. View
The Word Illuminated: Form and Function of Qurʾanic Manuscripts from the Seventh to Seventeenth Centuries
Edited by Simon Rettig and Sana MirzaOpen Access publication! View
Muqarnas 39 (Nov 2022; Gülru Necipoğlu and Maria Metzler, eds.)
Published by Brill, Muqarnas (https://brill.com/display/serial/MUQ?rskey=zVI5Jw&result=2) is sponsored by the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.View
Islamic Architecture Today and Tomorrow: (Re)Defining the Field
edited by Mohammad Gharipour and Daniel E. Coslett, UChicago, 2022A comprehensive introduction for scholars and practitioners to the state of Islamic architecture as a field of inquiry and a snapshot of the issues and challenges facing the field today. Visit site View
Deconstructing the Myths of Islamic Art
edited by Onur Öztürk, Xenia Gazi and Sam Bowker, and forward written by Wendy ShawDeconstructing the Myths of Islamic Art addresses how researchers can challenge stereotypical notions of Islam and Islamic art while avoiding the creation of new myths and the encouragement of nationalistic and ethnic attitudes. View
Making Modernity in the Islamic Mediterranean
Edited by Margaret S. Graves and Alex Dika Seggerman
The Islamic world's artistic traditions experienced profound transformation in the 19th century as rapidly developing technologies and globalizing markets ushered in drastic changes in technique, style,…View
Mohamed Zakariya, A 21st century Master Calligrapher
Edited by Nancy Micklewright
We are delighted to announce the publication of an edited volume, Mohamed Zakariya, A 21st century Master Calligrapher. This collection of peer-reviewed essays and images is the first to present a comprehensive…View
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