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Latest Issue of ‘Ars Orientalis’: Globalizing Cultures

Posted in journal articles, Member News by Editor on March 11, 2011

Volume 39 of Ars Orientalis, “Globalizing Cultures: Art and Mobility in the Eighteenth Century,” guest-edited by Nebahat Avcıoğlu and Finbarr Barry Flood, is now available. The volume addresses various aspects of the movement of cultural forms in Europe and Asia during the eighteenth century.

Contents

  • Nebahat Avcıoğlu and Finbarr Barry Flood, “Globalizing Cultures: Art and Mobility in the Eighteenth Century”
  • Sanjay Subrahmanyam, “A Roomful of Mirrors: The Artful Embrace of Mughals and Franks, 1550–1700”
  • Kristel Smentek, “Looking East: Jean-Etienne Liotard, the Turkish Painter”
  • Tülay Artan, “Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Princesses as Collectors: From Chinese to European Porcelain”
  • Anton Schweizer and Avinoam Shalem, “Translating Visions: A Japanese Lacquer Plaque of the Haram of Mecca in the L. A. Mayer Memorial Museum, Jerusalem”
  • Chanchal Dadlani, “The ‘Palais Indiens’ Collection of 1774: Representing Mughal Architecture in Late Eighteenth-Century India”
  • Elisabeth A. Fraser, “‘Dressing Turks in the French Manner’: Mouradgea d’Ohsson’s Panorama of the Ottoman Empire”
  • Mercedes Volait, “History or Theory? French Antiquarianism, Cairene Architecture, and Enlightenment Thinking”