Affect, Emotion, and Subjectivity in Early Modern Muslim Empires: New Studies in Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Art and Culture

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Kishwar Rizvi
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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About the author (2018)

Kishwar Rizvi is a Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture at Yale University. She is the author of The Transnational Mosque: Architecture and Historical Memory in the Contemporary Middle East (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), which received the 2017 Charles Rufus Morey Book Award from the College Art Association. Other titles include The Safavid Dynastic Shrine: Architecture, Religion and Power in Early Modern Iran (2011) and the Modernism and the Middle East: Architecture and Politics in the Twentieth Century (2008).

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