HAA 124E - Architecture and the Construction of Early Modern Islamic Empire: Proseminar or return to Course Catalog Search
26493 – Section 001
|Faculty of Arts and Sciences||History of Art and Architecture||Gulru Necipoglu-Kafadar|
|Term||Day and Time||Location|
|Fall 2017-2018 (show academic calendar)||Tu 1:00 p.m. - 2:59 p.m.||Sever 302 (FAS)|
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Between the 16th and 18th centuries, three empires - the Mediterranean-based Ottomans, Safavids in Iran, and Mughals in India - developed interconnected yet distinctive architectural cultures with individualized ornamental idioms by fusing their common Timurid heritage with cosmopolitan regional traditions. Explores connections between empire building and architecture, with respect to aesthetics, religion, imperial ideology, and theories of dynastic legitimacy.
|Eligible for cross-registration|
With permission of instructor/subject to availability
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