Affect, Emotion, and Subjectivity in Early Modern Muslim Empires: New Studies in Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Art and Culture
Brill, 2018 - Art - 222 pages
Introduction : afffect, emotion, and subjectivity in the early modern period / Kishwar Rizvi -- Chasing after the Muhandis : visual articulations of the architect and architectural historiography / Sussan Babaie -- Who's hiding here? Artists and their signatures in Timurid and Safavid manuscripts / Marianna Shreve Simpson -- Ottoman author portraits in the early-modern period / Emine Fetvaci -- In defense and devotion : afffective practices in early modern Turco-Persian manuscript paintings / Christiane Gruber -- Sentiment in silks : Safavid figural textiles in Mughal courtly culture / Sylvia Houghteling -- The city built, the city rendered : locating urban subjectivity in eighteenth-century Mughal Delhi / Chanchal Dadlani / Faiz Dihlavi's female-centered poems and the representation of public life in late Mughal society / Sunil Sharma -- Mevlevi Sufis and the representation of emotion in the arts of the Ottoman world / Jamal J. Elias
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