Gardens in the Mughal and Ottoman Empire
|Dates:||23 May 2023|
|Times:||16:00 - 17:30|
|What is it:||Talk|
|Organiser:||John Rylands Research Institute and Library|
|Who is it for:||Adults, General public|
An evening with guest speakers Asli Niyazioglu (Oxford) and Neha Vermani (Sheffield) will be speaking on the following topics:
Asli Niyazioglu (Oxford): Why did 16th-Century Ottoman Poets write about the Gardens of Istanbul?
Neha Vermani (Sheffield): Curating Nature: Domestic Gardens & Masculinity in Mughal South Asia
This event is part of Affective Artefacts, a series of events exploring the connections between affectivity, emotions, and material cultures organised by Stefan Hanß, Sasha Handley and Rachel Winchcombe on behalf of The Bodies, Emotions and Material Culture Collective and generously funded by the John Rylands Research Institute and Library.
Book a free ticket at this link; https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gardens-in-the-mughal-and-ottoman-empire-tickets-588213571627
Image: Tunic with diamond band, Inca, 1460–1540. Camelid hair, cotton. 73.7 × 88.9 cm. 1982.365. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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