(Islamic Art History)
Dieser Kurs konzentriert auf die Frühe Neuzeit Islamische Kunstgeschichte. Wir diskutieren über die Moguln in Indien (1526- 1857), die Safavid in Persien (1501- 1736), und die Osmanen in der Turkei (1299- 1923).
This course will focus on the early modern Islamic empire. In a series of 12 courses (4 courses/empire), you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Islamic world in the 16th- 19th centuries. One or more classes will take place at the Pergamonmuseum.
This course is unique because the structure will follow the plan for an international loan exhibition which I helped prepare while working at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD. By taking an object-based approach, students will engage with history in exciting and textural ways.
Stadt / Herkunftsland: Phoenix, Arizona
ÜBER DEN LEHRER
Hello! My name is Roxanne and I am an American art curator and writer living in Berlin. My research interests include Early Modern Islamic art, particularly of the Ottoman Empire, as well as sound, video, and socially engaged art practices. I love teaching because I find such great joy in sharing my enthusiasm for art and art history. Art history engages subjects as seemingly far apart as politics and science, anthropology and math, philosophy and psychology, which makes it an exciting and enriching field for anyone to explore. In my classes, we will visit art galleries and museums in Berlin in order to contextualize our conversations.
BA Art History, The George Washington University, 2014
Islamic Art History (teaching assistant), Maryland Institute College of Art - prepared lectures and Powerpoint presentations, graded exams