Muqarnas, Volume 10

Essays in Honor of Oleg Grabar

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Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Cultures of the Islamic World is sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

In Muqarnas articles are published on all aspects of Islamic visual culture, historical and contemporary, as well as articles dealing with unpublished textual primary sources.

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Gülru Necipoglu, (Ph.D., Harvard University, 1986) is the Aga Khan Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture at Harvard University. She has been the editor of Muqarnas since 1993.
Oleg Grabar
Bibliography, 1953–93
ANNABELLE SIMON-CAHN, The Fermo Chasuble of St. Thomas Becket and Hispano-Mauresque Cosmological Silks: Some Speculations on the Adaptive Reuse of Textiles
EVA R. HOFFMAN, The Author Portrait in Thirteenth-Century Arabic Manuscripts: A New Islamic Context for a Late-Antique Tradition
JONATHAN M. BLOOM, On the Transmission of Designs in Early Islamic Architecture
YASSER TABBAA, Survivals and Archaisms in the Architecture of Northern Syria, ca. 1080–ca. 1150
HAFEZ K. CHEHAB, On the Identification of ʿAnjar (ʿAyn al-Jarr) as an Umayyad Foundation
GHAZI BISHEH, From Castellum to Palatium: Umayyad Mosaic Pavements from Qasr al-Hallabat in Jordan
NUHA N. N. KHOURY, The Dome of the Rock, the Kaʿba, and Ghumdan: Arab Myths and Umayyad Monuments
NASSER RABBAT, The Dome of the Rock Revisited: Some Remarks on al-Wasiti’s Accounts
BEATRICE ST. LAURENT and ANDRÁS RIEDLMAYER, Restorations of Jerusalem and the Dome of the Rock and Their Political Significance, 1537–1928
ARCHIE G. WALLS, Ottoman Restorations to the Sabil and to the Madrasa of Qaytbay in Jerusalem
M. TAREK SWELIM, An Interpretation of the Mosque of Sinan Pasha in Cairo
MOHAMMAD AL-ASAD, The Mosque of al-Rifaʿi in Cairo
KHALED ASFOUR, The Domestication of Knowledge: Cairo at the Turn of the Century
DANIEL PIPES, Egyptian Family Life in 1919
JAMEL AKBAR, Gates as Signs of Autonomy in Muslim Towns
SCOTT REDFORD, The Seljuqs of Rum and the Antique
HOWARD CRANE, Evliya Çelebi’s Journey through the Pamphylian Plain in 1671–72
GÜLRU NECIPOĞLU, Challenging the Past: Sinan and the Competitive Discourse of Early­Modern Islamic Architecture
ESIN ATIL, The Story of an Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Festival
TÜLAY ARTAN, The Kadırga Palace: An Architectural Reconstruction
AYDA AREL, Gothic Towers and Baroque Mihrabs: The Post-Classical Architecture of Aegean Anatolia in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
WALTER B. DENNY, Quotations in and out of Context: Ottoman Turkish Art and European Orientalist Painting
FAY ARRIEH FRICK, Possible Sources for Some Motifs of Decoration on Islamic Ceramics
LISA GOLOMBEK, The Paysage as Funerary Imagery in the Timurid Period
THOMAS W. LENTZ, Dynastic Imagery in Early Timurid Wall Painting
SHEILA S. BLAIR, The Development of the Illustrated Book in Iran
EDWARD J. KEALL, “One Man’s Mede Is Another Man’s Persian; One Man’s Coconut Is Another Man’s Grenade”
MASSUMEH FARHAD and MARIANNA SHREVE SIMPSON, Sources for the Study of Safavid Painting and Patronage, or Méfiez-vous de Qazi Ahmad
ZAHRA FARIDANY-AKHAVAN, All the King’s Toys
SHEILA R. CANBY, Depictions of Buddha Sakyamuni in the Jamiʿ al-Tavarikh and the Majmaʿ al-Tavarikh
ANTHONY WELCH, Architectural Patronage and the Past: The Tughluq Sultans of lndia
MICHAEL BRAND, Orthodoxy, Innovation, and Revival: Considerations of the Past in Imperial Mughal Tomb Architecture
PERWEEN HASAN, The Footprint of the Prophet
MICHAEL W. MEISTER, Style and Idiom in the Art of Uparāmala
DEBORAH KLIMBURG-SALTER, Dokhtar-i-Noshirwan (Nigar) Reconsidered
NANCY SHATZMAN STEINHARDT, The Tangut Royal Tombs near Yinchuan
ZAKARIA ALI, Notes on the Sejarah Melayu and Royal Malay Art
Cumulative Authors’ Index, Muqarnas vols. 1–10 (1982–92)
Those interested in the visual culture of the Islamic world, as well as Byzantinists, Europeanists, medievalists, historians of the early modern era, and architectural historians.
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