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Festschrift for M. Ugur Derman [Andras Riedlmayer]



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> From: Alan Fisher <fishera@msu.edu>
> Reply-To: H-Net List for the History of Islamic Art and Architecture
> <H-ISLAMART@H-NET.MSU.EDU>
> Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 15:12:25 -0500
> To: H-ISLAMART@H-NET.MSU.EDU
> Subject: H-ISLAMART: Festschrift for M. Ugur Derman [Andras Riedlmayer]
>
> Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 14:50:49 -0500 (EST)
> From: Andras Riedlmayer <riedlmay@fas.harvard.edu>
>
> The festschrift for M. Ugur Derman, just published by Sabanci University,
> represents a major addition to the scholarly literature in the field of
> Islamic calligraphy.
> M. Ugur Derman armaGani: altmiSbeSinci yaSi mUnasebetiyle sunulmuS
> tebliGler = M. Ugur Derman Festschrift: Papers Presented on the
> Occasion of his Sixty-fifth Birthday. Ed. by Irvin Cemil Schick
> (Istanbul: Sabanci Universitesi, 2000). 618 pp. : col. ill.
> ISBN 975-8362-10-0 price: 70m Turkish lira (ca. US$100)
> This splendid volume includes 36 articles (21 in Turkish, 14 in English,
> one in French), an introduction and postscript by the editor, and
> numerous illustrations, most of them in color.
> The articles I've read are substantial and represent a variety of topics
> that will be of interest not only to students of the arts of the book,
> especially calligraphy and illumination, but also to those interested
> in other aspects of the cultural history that is manifested in books and
> the written word. See below for the table of contents.
> The M. Ugur Derman Festschrift is available from Turkish book-sellers,
> such as
> Eren
> Sofyali Sokak 34
> TR-80050 Beyoglu-Istanbul
> <eren@turk.net>
> and
> Isis
> Semsibey Sok. 10
> Beylerbeyi
> TR-81210 Istanbul
> <isis@turk.net>
> ____________________________________________________
> M. Ugur Derman armaGani = M. Ugur Derman Festschrift
> TABLE OF CONTENTS / iCiNDEKiLER
> Preface. - Irvin Cemil Schick
> M. Ugur Derman bibliyografyasi. - Medine Akgul
> Derman Hoca'ya armagan olarak hazirlanan iki tezhibli eser. - Gulnur Duran
> An interview with M. Ugur Derman. - Carol G. Fisher and Alan Fisher
> "Persepolis'i ziynet-i insayi dusundum ..." - Hasan Ali Goksoy
> Becoming a calligrapher: memoirs of an American student of calligraphy.
> - Mohamed Zakariya
> Hezarfen bir hattat, Necmeddin Okyay: hayati ve Turk ve Islam Eserleri
> Muzesinde bulunan kitaplari. - Sule Aksoy
> A collection of thirteenth-century illustrated hajj certificates. - Sule
> Aksoy and Rachel Milstein
> Le plus grand Coran du monde et Baysoungour. - Ali Alparslan
> M. Ugur Derman'a ithaf. - Davud Bektas
> Hattat Mustafa Rakim'in celi sulus'un estetiginde ortaya koydugu
> yenilikler. - Suleyman Berk
> The cooperation of G.A. Deissmann and H.E. Eldem in the classification
> of the non-Islamic manuscripts in the Topkapi Sarayi Museum. - Funda
> Berksoy
> 21. yuzlyila girerken Turk minyaturunde yeni arayislar. - inci A. Birol
> Tradition, innovation, and new experiments in Islamic geometric design. -
> Eric Broug
> Hat san'atinda tashih. - M. Savas Cevik
> Turk hayvan takvimi. - Yasar Coruhlu
> Turk tezyinatindaki istilah ve tabir kargasasina dair. - F. Cicek Derman
> Istanbul seen from Cairo. - Francois Deroche
> A brief survey of the development of Turkish library catalogues. -
> Ismail E. Erunsal
> Iki Islam minyaturunde Ayasofya onundeki atli imparator heykeli. -
> Semavi Eyice
> The double ontology of Islamic calligraphy: a word-image on a folio
> from the Museum of Raqqada (Tunisia). - Valerie Gonzalez
> Ataturk ve geleneksel Turk sanatlari. - Huseyin Gunduz
> An icazet of Emine Servet Hanim. - M. Ali Karimzadeh Tabrizi
> Divitler. - I Gundag Karaoglu
> Ottoman nautical charting and miniature painting: technology and
> aesthetics. - Dimitris Loupis
> Kadiasker Mustafa Izzet Efendi. - Talip Mert
> Negotiating between the real and the imagined: portraiture in the
> late Ottoman Empire. - Nancy Micklewright
> M. Ugur Derman'a ithaf. - Mehmed Ozcay
> M. Ugur Derman'a ithaf. - Osman Ozcay
> The oldest Qur'an interpretation into Ottoman Turkish dialect
> called Tafsir Sharif al-Asdaf. - Nabil F. Safwat
> Taczade Risalesi'ne gore sulus hattina dair bazi istilahat. -
> irvin Cemil Schick
> Shumen as a centre of Qur'an production in the 19th century. -
> Tim Stanley
> Seckin bir Mevlevi'nin tezhipli kitaplari. - Zeren Tanindi
> Kur'an-i Kerim'de acan cicekler. - Faruk Taskale
> Amasya'da Sultan II. Bayezid Camii kitabelerinin hattati
> hakkinda bir tespit. - Abdulhamit Tufekcioglu
> The Majalis al-'Ushshaq: written in Herat, copied in Shiraz,
> read in Istanbul. - Lale Uluc
> An accomplished artist of the book at the Ottoman court, 1515-1530 -
> Aysin Yoltar-Yildirim
> Sonsoz. - irvin Cemil Schick
> _____________________________________________________________________

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