IAMCC Senior Fellows Showcase: Metalworks, Medieval Mosul, Minecraft, and Museums
The Islamic Art and Material Culture Collaborative (IAMCC) showcases projects of Senior Fellows: Samantha Summers and Rebecca Tunney.
As part of its mandate to foster innovative and interdisciplinary research on Islamic art and material culture, the IAMCC’s Fellowship Program provides collaborative learning opportunities for student researchers under the guidance of Toronto's world-class cultural and academic institutions.
In this session, the two 2020-2021 Senior Fellows will showcase their research projects.
Cataloguing the Metalworks of Medieval Mosulby Samantha Summers
Building Global Connections Using Minecraft by Rebecca Tunney
The conversation will be hosted by the respective supervisors of the Fellows:
Dr. Ruba Kana’an (Assistant Professor, Islamic Art and Architecture, University of Toronto Mississauga)
Dr. Ulrike Al-Khamis (Interim Director and CEO, Aga Khan Museum)