Author: Sharon Smith

Heritage of the Mughal World now open access on Archnet

Heritage of the Mughal World now open access on Archnet

Heritage of the Mughal World (Jodidio, Philip, editor. Munich: Prestel, 2015) is...

Art & architecture & planning
AKDC debuts new tool: Layer Cake

AKDC debuts new tool: Layer Cake

The Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT has released its prototype of...

Art & architecture & planning
AKDC Program Head interviewed by architecture student group at the University of Tehran

AKDC Program Head interviewed by architecture student group at the University of Tehran

Sharon C. Smith, Ph.D., was recently interviewed by the Iran Architecture Studies...

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Archnet named one of Top 20 Architecture Sites for 2016

Archnet named one of Top 20 Architecture Sites for 2016

The Global Grid, a service focused on delivering daily news on “localized...

Humanities
Marilyn Jenkins-Madina donates collection to the Aga Khan Documentation Center

Marilyn Jenkins-Madina donates collection to the Aga Khan Documentation Center

Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, PhD, curator emerita, Department of Islamic Art at the Metropolitan...

Humanities
Pioneering Iraqi architect Rifat Chadirji donates archive to AKDC

Pioneering Iraqi architect Rifat Chadirji donates archive to AKDC

The Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT is pleased to announce that it...

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Rotch exhibition: José Luis Argüello, AKPIA Posters (2001-2016)

Rotch exhibition: José Luis Argüello, AKPIA Posters (2001-2016)

A retrospective of posters for the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture...

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AKDC@MIT hosts Middle East Librarians Association annual meeting

AKDC@MIT hosts Middle East Librarians Association annual meeting

The Middle East Librarians Association (MELA)  Annual Meeting will be held at...

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International Tangier: Exhibit in Rotch Library

International Tangier: Exhibit in Rotch Library

An exhibit at Rotch Library features never-before-exhibited photographs of the early 20th–century...

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