Tag Archives: Islam

  1. In a Land of Queens: Daughters of Yemen

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    March 14, 2017 by katmcdaniel

    Presided over by Queens in ancient and medieval times, modern Yemen has been called the worst place to be female. …
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  2. From Cave to Palace: Mocárabe in Architecture

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    August 10, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    Architecture is full of flowers, textures and patterns of nature. How do these recollections both soothe and impress the eye? …
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  3. Painting the Face of the Arab Spring: Street Art of Tripoli, Beirut, and Cairo

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    June 12, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    Art starts conversations and inspires thought that frightens tyrants. What is the future of art in a society in transition? …
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  4. Mistrusting Creativity: Currents in Orhan Pamuk’s My Name is Red

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    April 27, 2013 by katmcdaniel

    Why do some people mistrust creativity, while others feel it leads them to deeper faith? Is creativity inseparable from identity? …
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