Tomb – Memory – Space
Concepts of Representation in Premodern Christian and Islamic Art
Ed. by Giese, Francine / Pawlak, Anna / Thome, Markus
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Aims and Scope
From an intercultural perspective, this book focuses on aesthetic strategies and forms of representation in premodern Christian and Islamic sepulchral art. Seeing the tomb as an interface for eschatological, political, and artistic debate, the contributions analyze the diversity of memorial space configurations.
The subjects range from the complex interaction between architecture and tomb topography through to questions relating to the funereal expression of power and identity, and to practices of ritual realization in the context of individual and collective memory.