Historians of Islamic Art Association
2021 Biennial Symposium
Spotlighted Publishers and Resources
Welcome to the 2021 HIAA conference, and to Brill’s virtual booth, where you can find our most recent publications.
You can purchase titles with an attractive 25% HIAA Biennial Symposium discount, which is valid until June 1st, 2021.
Gingko aims to inform and educate the interested public and work with scholars to increase understanding of the Middle East and North Africa through publications, public events, student retreats and other cultural activities. Our purpose is to foster constructive, informed and open discussion that gives a voice to a new generation of thinkers and opinion formers, and thereby help bridge an increasingly virulent divide between the West and the MENA region.
The Gingko Arts Series publishes beautiful academic monographs and volumes of collected essays across a range of subjects within the field of Islamic Art. Our most recent book, The Image Debate: Figural Representation in Islam and Across the World was edited by Prof. Christiane Gruber, President-Elect of the Historians of Islamic Art Association (HIAA), and the author of our next publication, The Umayyad Mosque of Damascus: Art, Faith and Empire in Early Islam is by Prof. Alain George, a member of the HIAA Symposium Committee.
You can purchase titles with a 25% HIAA Biennial Symposium discount and free delivery, by using coupon code HIAA2021, which is valid until April 19th, 2021.
Archnet is an open access, intellectual resource focused on architecture, urbanism, environmental and landscape design, visual culture, and conservation issues related to the Muslim world. Archnet’s mission is to provide ready access to unique visual and textual material to facilitate teaching, scholarship, and professional work of high quality.
International conference: Ceramics from Islamic Lands
Hosted by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
19-23 July 2021
This conference will explore ceramics from Islamic lands in the context of the following themes: significant bodies of archaeological material, ceramic imports into the Islamic world, trade with China, Europe and the Americas, ceramics produced in South and South-East Asia under Muslim rule, object-focused and art historical studies, studies in conservation or restoration, scientific analysis, technology and technique, architecture, epigraphy, historicism and revival (in particular within the region), the formation of private and public collections from the 19th century to today, continuity and change under colonialism, modernism, contemporary artistic practice, and contemporary craft traditions.
The conference will be held online, during the week of 19th July. Pre-recorded papers will be available for conference attendees to watch from two weeks before, and during the week of 19th July we will hold live panel discussions, one per morning and afternoon.
We hope to announce the programme by the end of April.
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