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Margaret Shortle

Margaret Shortle


Ornamente in Persien und Frankreich um 1400 im Vergleich

Emmy Noether-Nachwuchsgruppe

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Koserstr. 20
Raum A. 118
14195 Berlin

09/2010 – present

Boston University, Boston, MA, 

Ph.D. candidate, Department of History of Art & Architecture

Major Field: Islamic Art; Minor Fields: Persian Literature and the art of the Italian Renaissance

Dissertation: “Illustrated Divans of Hafiz: Islamic Aesthetics at the Intersection of Art and Literature, 1450 – 1650”

Qualifying Paper: “Defense of the Creative Heart: Painting and Poetry in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Italy and Central Asia”

09/2008 – 06/2010

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

M.A. Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Humanities Division

Thesis: “Lithography, a Process of Translation and the Object of the Book in Islamic Art”

08/1999 – 05/2003

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 

B.F.A. magna cum laude, School of Art and Design