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“City And Landscape in the Ottoman Aleppo: Experiencing Architecture, Narrating Space,” was the next lecture in the Department of Art History and Archaeology’s “‘Islamic Art:’ Disrupting Unity and Discerning Ruptures series,” presented by Heghnar Watenpaugh, professor of Art History at the University of California, Davis. We sent staff writer Romane Thomas to check it out […]

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Islamic art is complicated and utterly unique–quite unlike other religious art. We sent bwogger Romane Thomas to explore an intimidatingly titled lecture on architecture in ancient Aleppo, and here’s what she took away. “We begin to think about things when they’re gone.” Thus unfolded the first lecture in the Disrupting Unity and Discerning Rupture Series, […]

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