IJIA Volume 1, Number 1 (2012)
This collection contains abstracts for research articles in International Journal of Islamic Architecture, Volume 1, Number 1 (2012). For the abstracts, click "view collection."

Full Table of Contents for Volume 1, Number 1 (2012):


  1. Khan, Hasan-Uddin. "Towards a New Paradigm for the Architecture and Arts of Islam."  pp. 5-22.

Research Articles:

Book Reviews:

  1. Akcan, Esra. Review of Streets of Memory: Landscape, Tolerance, and National Identity in Istanbul, by Amy Mills and Orienting Istanbul: Cultural Capital of Europe, by Deniz Göktürk, Levent Soysal and Ipek Türeli (eds).
  2. Stanton, Michael. Review of Lessons in Post-War Reconstruction: Case Studies from Lebanon in the Aftermath of the 2006 War by Howayda al-Harithy (ed.). 
  3. Ali, Dijana. Review of Violence Taking Place: The Architecture of the Kosovo Conflict, by Andrew Herscher. 
  4. Damluji, Mona. Review of Baghdad Arts Deco: Architectural Brickwork, 1920–1950, by Caecilia Pieri. 
  5. King, Anthony D. Review of The Courtyard House: From Cultural Reference to Universal Relevance, by Nasser O. Rabbat (ed.).
  6. Elias, Chad. Review of Memorials and Martyrs in Modern Lebanon, by Lucia Volk. 

Exhibition reviews:

  1. Damgaard, Kristoffer. Review of "Bayt al-Aqqad – A House in Damascus," The David Collection, Copenhagen, until August 7, 2011. 
  2. Sakr, Yasir. Review of "Out of Place," Darat al-Funun – The Khalid Shoman Foundation, Amman, June 7–September 29, 2011.

Conferences and symposia reviews:

  1. Christensen, Peter and Mrinalini Rajagopalan. Review of "'Middle Eastern' Architecture in Context," panel convened at the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH)64th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 14, 2011. 
  2. Arcak, Sinem. Review of "‘Unwrapping Gifts of the Sultan’, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), June 10–12, 2011." 
  3. O’Meara, Simon. Review of ‘“God is Beautiful, He Loves Beauty”: The Object in Islamic Art and Culture’, Fourth Biennial Hamad bin Khalifa Symposium on Islamic Art, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar, October 29–31, 2011."
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