Conférence : Elodie Vigouroux, “Around the Umayyad Mosque of Damascus:New Data on the Role of Markets in the “Islamic City” of the Middle Ages” — Cambridge (Etats-Unis), 07/04/2014

Dans le cadre du cycle de conférences de l’Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture du Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Elodie VIGOUROUX présentera une intervention intitulée:

“Around the Umayyad Mosque of Damascus:
New Data on the Role of Markets in the “Islamic City” of the Middle Ages”

le 7 avril 2014, à 18h.

 

Lecture Series & Events : Spring 2014 -An Evening With…

February 10
Mamalik and Mamalik:
The Citadel between Ayyubids and Seljuks in the Early 13th Century

Scott Redford
Professor, Department of Archaeology and History of Art
Koç University, Istanbul
Abstract & Bio

February 24
Tea with Nefertiti: or How the Arts Shape Culture
Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath
Founders of Art Reoriented
New York & Munich
Abstract & Bio

March 17
Understanding the Urban Heritage:
The Cultural Wire-Scape of Historic Lahore

Masood Khan
Heritage Consultant
Abstract & Bio

April 7
Around the Umayyad Mosque of Damascus:
New Data on the Role of Markets in the “Islamic City” of the Middle Ages

Elodie Vigouroux
AKPIA@MIT Post-Doctoral Fellow

April 11 & 12
Conference: The Orangi Pilot Project and Legacy of Architect Perween Rehman
April 11, 6 pm
Keynote Speech
Arif Hasan
Architect, Karachi, Pakistan
April 12, 9 am – 5 pm
Program details to be announced
MIT room 4-270

April 14
Nationalism, Sentimentality, and Judgment:
Cultivating Sympathy in the Syrian Uprising, 2011-2013

Lisa Wedeen
Professor of Political Science
University of Chicago

May 5
The Historiography of Contemporary Architecture in the Gulf
Sumayah Al-Solaiman
Ibn Khaldun Fellow, MIT
Professor, College of Design
University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Unless otherwise indicated, lectures are on Mondays at 6:00 pm in MIT room 3-133.
Free and open to the public.

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http://web.mit.edu/akpia/www/lecturescurrent.htm

http://web.mit.edu/akpia/www/14springposter.pdf


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