Announcement - The Textile Museum Journal, Volume 44 TOC

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The Textile Museum Journal is Back! Volume 44 
 
After a hiatus of more than 10 years, The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum is pleased to announce the relaunch of the Textile Museum Journal. Returning November 7, 2017, the journal’s publication is made possible by generous support from the Markarian Foundation.
 
Table of Contents
The Textile Museum Journal, Volume 44
 
Toward a Grammar of Textiles: A Reconsideration of Medieval Textile Aesthetics and the Impact of Modern Collecting
Arielle Winnik
 
Nomad Textile Bags from Central Asia in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Geographic Distribution, Decoration, Semantics
Irina Bogoslovskaya
 
Through the Renaissance Frame: Carpets and the Beginnings of ‘Islamic Art’ in Nineteenth-Century Vienna and Berlin
Denise-Marie Teece
 
Pope Innocent VIII's Mamluk Carpets from Cairo in Context: Their Manufacture and Acquisition
Rosamond E. Mack
 
Rethinking Mamluk Carpet Origins
Gerald Pollio
 
Book Reviews
 
Tentage at the Calico Museum and its Patterns, by Peter Alford Andrews and Mugul Andrews 
Mattiebelle Gittinger
 
Imprints of Culture, by Eiluned Edwards
Sarah Fee
 
Pattern and Loom, by John Becker
Ruth Barnes
 
Textiles of the Banjara, by Charllotte Kwon and Tim McLaughlin
Cristin McKnight Sethi