Journal: Carey and Graves, eds., Islamic Art Historiography

Guest edited by Moya Carey (V&A) and Margaret S. Graves (Indiana University)




Moya Carey and Margaret S. Graves, Introduction: Historiography of Islamic art and architecture, 2012 6-MCG/1



Avinoam Shalem, What do we mean when we say Islamic art? A plea for a critical rewriting of the history of the arts of Islam 6-AS/1


Scholars and showmen:
Zeynep Simavi, Mehmet Aga-Oglu and the formation of the field of Islamic art in the United States 6-ZS/1


Robert Hillenbrand, Oleg Grabar: the scholarly legacy 6-RH/1


Yuka Kadoi, Arthur Upham Pope and his research methods in Muhammadan art: Persian carpets 6-YK/1


Connoisseurs, collectors and consumers:
Keelan Overton, A history of Ottoman art history through the private database of Edwin Binney, 3rd 6-KO/1


Amanda Phillips, The historiography of Ottoman velvets, 2011-1572: scholars, craftsmen, consumers 6-AP/1


Christiane Gruber, Questioning the classical in Persian painting: models and problems of definition 6-CG/1


The recorded object: collating the canon:
Eva Troelenberg, Regarding the exhibition: the Munich exhibition Masterpieces of Muhammadan Art (1910) and its scholarly position 6-ET/1


Lara Eggleton, History in the making: the ornament of the Alhambra and the past-facing present 6-LE/1


Hussein Keshani, Towards digital Islamic art history 6-HK/1


The limits of Islamic art history
(**)Nasser Rabbat, What is Islamic architecture anyway? 6-NR/1 (**Mariam Rosser-Owen, Mediterraneanism: how to incorporate Islamic art into an emerging field 6-MRO/1

Margaret S. Graves, Feeling uncomfortable in the nineteenth century 6-MSG/1


Wendy Shaw, The Islam in Islamic art history: secularism and public discourse 6-WS/1


Translation Fatima Quraishi, Asar-ul-Sanadid: a nineteenth-century history of Delhi 6-FQ/1


Documents Sheila S. Blair and Jonathan M. Bloom, The Mirage of Islamic Art: Reflections on an Unwieldy Field, The Art Bulletin, 85(1), 2003. Reproduced by permission of the authors and the College Art Association. 6-SSB/1


Robert Hillenbrand, Studying Islamic Architecture: Challenges and Perspectives, Architectural History, 46, 2003. Reproduced by permission of the author and the Society of Architectural Historians  of Great Britain. 6-RH/2


Finbarr Barry Flood, From the Prophet to Postmodernism? New World Orders and the End of Islamic Art, in Elizabeth Mansfield, ed., Making Art History: A Changing Discipline and its Institutions, London and New York: Routledge, 2007. Reproduced by permission of the author and  publishers. 6-FBF/1


Gulru Necipoglu, The Concept of Islamic Art: Inherited Discourses and New Approaches, in Benot Junod, Georges Khalil, Stefan Weber and Gerhard Wolf, eds, Islamic Art and the Museum, London: Saqi, 2012. Reproduced by permission of the author and publishers. 6-GN/1


** Notice
Due to the late approval given by the publishers John Wiley & Sons Ltd., we will not formally be able to include Nasser Rabbat's article Islamic Architecture as a Field of Historical Enquiry, AD Architectural Design, 74(6), 2004 in the current journals table of contents. It will appear in the ToC for issue 7. We are, however, pleased to be able to make it available to readers in advance of December 2012, with the approval of the author and John Wiley & Sons
Ltd.  7-NR/1

xxx xxx porn xxx xxx