Envisioning islamic art and architecture : essays in honor of Renata Holod /

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Other Authors / Creators:Holod, Renata, honouree.
Roxburgh, David J., editor.
Format: Book
Language notes:In English, with scattered Arabic.
Imprint: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2014.
Series:Arts and archaeology of the Islamic world ; v. 2.
Table of Contents:
  • Inventing the Alhambra / D. Fairchild Ruggles
  • Power, Light, Intra-Confessional Discontent, and the Almoravids / Cynthia Robinson
  • Medieval Textiles in Iberia: Studies for a New Approach / Maria Judith Feliciano
  • Telling Tales: Investigating a Mina'i Bowl / Leslee Katrina Michelsen and Johanna Olafsdotter
  • Seeing the Light: Enacting the Divine at Three Medieval Syrian Shrines / Stephennie Mulder
  • Patterns of Faith: Mosque Typologies and Sectarian Affiliation in the Kingdom of Ahmadnagar / Pushkar Sohoni
  • Saints, Sama', and the Politics of Charisma in Late-Nineteenth-Century Hyderabad, India / Alison Mackenzie Shah
  • Between the Brush and the Pen: On the Intertwined Histories of Mughal Painting and Calligraphy / Yael Rice
  • "Many a Wish Has Turned to Dust": Pir Budaq and the Formation of Turkmen Arts of the Book / David J. Roxburgh
  • Rose of the Prophet: Floral Metaphors in Late Ottoman Devotional Art / Christiane Gruber
  • Picturing the "Abode of Felicity" in 1919: A Photograph Album of Istanbul / Nancy Micklewright