"Muqarnas" 26 comprises articles on various subject matters that span and go beyond the geographic and temporal barriers that experience regularly outlined the historical past of Islamic paintings and structure. members contain Robert McChesney, Mattia Guidetti, Marcus Schadl, Christian Gruber, Katia Cytryn-Silverman, Doris Abouseif, Olga Bush, Emine Fetvaci, Moya Carey, Bernard O'Kane, Hadi Maktabi, Nadia Erzini and Stephen Vernoit.
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