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(Un)Holy Land: Israel and Palestine

By Patricia Blessing, 2014 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellow
June 13, 2016

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Jerusalem is of course the stuff of any survey of late antique and medieval art history, whether the focus be cross-cultural or on any more specific aspect of Jewish, Islamic, or Christian culture. Next year, I will include several monuments in Jerusalem in lectures course on the medieval Mediterranean and Islamic art. Hence, and here is of course where the H. Allen Brooks Fellowship comes in, I took the opportunity to visit and at the same time see more of Israel and the Palestinian Territories. This is where travel that is not tied to a specific research project is so precious, especially when it comes outside of the rushed three-day trips that one takes for conferences.
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