Sheila Blair – Monumentalizing the Grave: Muslim-style Mausolea across Mongol Eurasia

Event Date: 7 March 2017
Royal Asiatic Society
14 Stephenson Way
London NW1 2HD

 

The Royal Asiatic Society presents:

Professor Sheila Blair (Boston College) – Monumentalizing the Grave: Muslim-style Mausolea across Mongol Eurasia

Professor Blair teaches about all aspects of Islamic art from the seventh century to modern times. She offers surveys on Islamic art, architecture, and urbanism, as well as research seminars on the Silk Road, the Islamic book, and the arts of the object.
Her research is equally broad: she has written or co-written 15 books, including several international award winners, and more than 200 articles in journals, encyclopedias, colloquia, and festschriften.
Several of her books were written with her husband and co-holder of the Calderwood Chair, Jonathan Bloom, with whom she served as artistic consultant to the three-hour documentary Islam: Empire of Faith, shown nationally on PBS.

Introduction by Dr Alison Otha (Director, RAS):

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