H-AMCA is a network devoted to the study of modern and contemporary art from the Arab world, Iran, and Turkey. We aim to create a network of interested scholars and organizations to enable historians and other scholars to easily communicate current research and teaching interests, and to promote scholarly cooperation between both persons and organizations.
Gerschultz, Jessica. Decorative Arts of the Tunisian École: Fabrications of Modernism, Gender, and Power. Refiguring Modernism Series. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019. Illustrations. xxii + 256 pp. $106.95 (cloth), ISBN 9780271083186.
Figure 2. Unidentified artist, Painted scarf from the Den Den atelier, ca. early 1960s. Photograph courtesy of Jessica Gerschultz, 2013.
Figure 1. Jellal Ben Abdallah, Painted dining room door, Hôtel Jugurtha, Gafsa, ca. 1963. Photograph courtesy of Jessica Gerschultz, 2013.