Ankündigung einer Tagung

Production, Transmission & Interpretation: an interdisciplinary conference on Islamic Art, Architecture, and Archaeology organised by the Departments of History of Art, and Archaeology and scheduled to take place in the University of York (Campus West and King’s Manor) between 13 and 15 March 2024.

In addition to 27 academic papers presented by international scholars across seven panels, the highlights of the conference include a curatorial walkthrough of the exhibition Arts of the Islamic World led by Dr Richard Piran McClary, and keynote addresses by leading experts of Islamic visual and material culture – China on Display: Ming Porcelain in Mughal Architecture by Dr Mehreen Chida-Razvi, The Islamic Fascination with Domes by Professor Robert Hillenbrand, and Learning from Mistakes: Craft Practice and the Interpretation of Early Islamic Art  by Professor Marcus Milwright.

Attendance is by registration only with limited available seats; links and relevant details follow:

Day 1 Free registration for both Inaugural Lecture and Curatorial Walkthrough

Day 2 Paid registration for conference

          Independent free registration for Professor Hillenbrand’s public keynote

(Details forthcoming on the History of Art events page and social media handles)

Day 3 Paid registration for conference and Closing Keynote

The complete three-day programme can be downloaded here and questions may be sent to Parshati Dutta and Nausheen Hoosein at