Eros and Sexuality in Islamic Art

Eros and Sexuality in Islamic Art
April 17, 2014

Mika Natif, Assistant Professor of Art History, co-edited Eros and Sexuality in Islamic Art. This volume fills a gap in the field of Islamic art history by shedding light on the topics of eroticism and sexuality in the visual production of the medieval and early modern Muslim world. Preexisting ideas about erotic motifs in Islamic visual arts are challenged by rigorous contextual and cultural analyses provided in the book.