Lecture series - Aesthetics in Arabic- Theory and Practice (Silsila Center at New York University, 23-26 April 2018)

From: Finbarr Barry Flood <barry.flood@nyu.edu>
Date: 16 April 2018
 
Aesthetics in Arabic- Theory and Practice
A series of four lectures by Kamal Boullata and José Miguel Puerta Vílchez. 
April 23-26, at Silsila: Centre for Material Histories,  a new center at New York University dedicated to material histories of the Islamicate world,

Lecture - Dr. Jere Bacharach, "Excavating Fustat: The Role of George T. Scanlon and Others" (Cairo, 28 April 2018)

The George T. Scanlon Graduate Student Award in Arab and Islamic Civilizations
Ceremony and Reception
 
Saturday, April 28, 2018
6:00 pm
Oriental Hall, AUC Tahrir Square
 
Keynote Lecture
Dr. Jere Bacharach
Professor Emeritus of History
Stanley D. Golub Professor Emeritus of International Relations
University of Washington
"Excavating Fustat: The Role of George T.

Lecture - Dr. Jere Bacharach, "Excavating Fustat: The Role of George T. Scanlon and Others" (Cairo, 28 April 2018)

The George T. Scanlon Graduate Student Award in Arab and Islamic Civilizations
Ceremony and Reception
 
Saturday, April 28, 2018
6:00 pm
Oriental Hall, AUC Tahrir Square, Cairo
 
Keynote Lecture
Dr. Jere Bacharach
Professor Emeritus of History
Stanley D. Golub Professor Emeritus of International Relations
University of Washington
"Excavating Fustat: The Role of George T.

Conference - Process in Modern and Contemporary Islamic Art (University of Michigan, April 14, 2018)

University of Michigan, Ann Abor, MI
Helmut Stern Auditorium, University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
April 14, 2018
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
The event is open to the public and entrance is free.
 
Islamic art history is an object-centered discipline. Its subject matter generally fits into a frame, vitrine, or photograph. Recent scholarship has departed from these rigid image boundaries, investigating the affective and performative qualities of Islamic artworks.

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