Speakers

Hala Auji (American University of Beirut), “Technical Imagery and Novel Modes of Visual Literacy in Nineteenth-Century Arabic Scientific Publications”

Gülru Çakmak (University of Massachusetts), “Instantaneous Photography and the Long Duration of History in the Paintings of Osman Hamdi”

Peter Christensen (University of Rochester), “Precious Metal: The I-Beam in the Late Ottoman Empire”

Ashley Dimmig (University of Michigan), “Tents and Trains: Celebrating Modernity in the Late Ottoman Period”

Jessica Gerschultz (University of Kansas), “Islamic Art and the Turn to Tapestry: Women Artists in Tunis toward 1900”

Margaret Graves (Indiana University), “Markets, Makers and Anxious Administrators: Ceramics and Craft Fidelity in Morocco”

Marcus Milwright (University of Victoria), “The Qamus al-Sinaʿat al-Shamiyya and the Crafts of Late Nineteenth-Century Syria”

Emily Neumeier (The Ohio State University), “The Muybridge Albums in Istanbul: Photography as Diplomacy in the Late Ottoman Empire”

David Roxburgh (Harvard University), “The Suez Canal Inauguration Ceremony”

Ünver Rüstem (Johns Hopkins University), “Well-Worn Fashions: Reproducibility and Authenticity in Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Costume Books”

Alex Dika Seggerman (Yale University), “Alabaster and Emulsion: Photographs of Muhammad Ali Architecture”

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