H-Net's network on modern & contemporary art from the Arab world, Iran, and Turkey



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.

Recent Content

JOBS: H-Net Job Guide Report

**Brown University, Middle East Studies

Associate Director, Middle East Studies


**Saint Mary's College, History

Visiting Professor, Africa, Asia, Latin America, or Middle East


**College of William and Mary, Global Studies - AMES

Mellon Fellow, Asian and Middle East Studies





CFP: CAA session: Early Modern Cross-cultural Conversions

Early Modern Cross-cultural Conversions

Recent scholarship has brought forward the mobility of people, things, and forms of knowledge between Islamic and European lands in the early modern world. Artists, illustrators, cartographers, collectors, engineers, natural philosophers, and pilgrims recorded and illustrated their experiences. A rich archive of pictorial and material forms—clocks, automata, textiles, clothes, books, scientific imagery, diagrams, drawings, miniatures, portraits, albums, maps, antiquities, and works of art—attests to intriguing ways in which artifacts activated conversations and creativity across geographical boundaries.

Arab Film Festival Texas - CAMCSI @UNT

The Contemporary Arab and Muslim Cultural Studies Institute at the University of North Texas invites you to the Second Annual Arab Film Festival Texas! The films featured are award-winning films from Palestine, Iraq, Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Syria. The program will consist of short films, feature films, and documentaries.