Ernst Herzfeld Society
For Studies in Islamic Art and Archaeology
The Ernst Herzfeld Society for Studies in Islamic Art and Archaeology furthers research in art history, archaeology and building archaeology of the Islamic periods and serves as a fore of scholarly exchange. The Society has an international range of members and has been founded 2005 in Germany. It is named after Ernst Herzfeld (1879–1948) who is known for groundbreaking research in West Asia, as archaeologist, art historian, and historian.
Call for Applications:
Ernst Herzfeld Award for Master Theses in Islamic Art History and Archaeology
Deadline November 15th, 2021
16th Colloquium: Rome, University La Sapienza
The Arts and Archaeology of Funerary Cultures in Islam, 1–3 July 2021
Our graduate meeting in Rome takes place on July 1, 2021 the day before the 16th colloquium.