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Islamic Art & Material Culture Collaborative (IAMCC)

25 October, 2020 21:17
Islamic Art & Material Culture Collaborative (IAMCC)

The Islamic Art and Material Culture Collaborative, a new research network based in Toronto that brings together the capacities and resources of the University of Toronto, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Aga Khan Museum. The aim of the IAMCC is to foster innovative and interdisciplinary research on Islamic art and material culture, in part by leveraging the various institutional and research capacities dotting the Toronto landscape, thereby making Toronto a natural hub for this area of research.

The IAMCC sponsors the following activities:

• A student internship program
• Monthly workshops and research seminars
• Annual public lectures

The IIS serves as administrative headquarters for the IAMCC, while planning and direction is provided by the IAMCC planning committee:

• Ruba Kana’an, Visual Studies, UTM
• Ulrike al-Khamis, Director of Collections and Public Programs, Aga Khan Museum
• Heba Mostafa, Art History, UTSG
• Fahmida Suleman, Curator, Islamic Art and Culture, Royal Ontario Museum

Website: islamicstudies.artsci.utoronto.ca

Category : Islamic Studies Centers  |  
Islamic Art & Material Culture Collaborative (IAMCC)
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