The Rhythm of Shafts: Thoughts on Pattern Notations for Lampas Weaves in the Medieval Islamic World (CANCELED)

Canceled reason
The NES Department seminar scheduled for November 8, 2021 at noon has been canceled because the speaker has the flu. The event will be rescheduled and further information will be sent out at that time.
Nov 8, 2021, 12:00 pm1:20 pm
Open to public



Event Description

Speaker: Corinne Mühlemann, University of Copenhagen in Denmark
Respondent: Abigail Balbale, NYU

Corinne Mühlemann is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, at the Centre for Textile Research. In her current research, she focuses on the pattern notation systems of complex weaves, the transfer of craft knowledge between Baghdad and the Iberian Peninsula as well as the status of textile makers within the premodern Islamic society. Her forthcoming book Complex Weaves: Technique, Text and Cultural History of Striped Silks is bridging the fields of Textile History and Islamic Art History.

Department & Program in Near Eastern Studies