Muslim Journeys Gallery

Click on images for more information about the title in Lane's collection!

Also, be sure to attend Dr. Deborah Jamieson's lecture September 12th.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: wonderful illustrated timeline

Muslim Journey's Art Spots

From Amazon: "This work highlights the characteristics of Islamic Art and focuses on the differences between the various arts of the Islamic lands. Dividing the era into three periods (600-900, 900-1500, and 1500-1800) the artistic development is set within historical context. In each period the book describes developments in architecture, the arts of the book, the loom and the fire - metalwork, ceramics and glassware."

The Qu'ran details that the Hajj is the annual spiritual pilgrimage to Mecca each Muslim must take. According to Amazon: "This striking little book not only takes the reader on a journey, but celebrates the skill and creativity of artists, craftspeople, and the pilgrims themselves who have responded to the call of Hajj over the centuries."


Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys, a reading and discussion series, has been made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in cooperation with the American Library Association.

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