Elika Palenzona-Djalili

Elika Palenzona-Djalili, lic. phil.

Doktorandin Dokroratsprogramm Asien und Europa

Tel.: +41 44 634 25 79

Raumbezeichnung: RAA H-28

e.palenzona.djalili@access.uzh.ch

 



Biografie

2013 Dissertation project in Islamic Studies, University of Zurich. European reception in Persian painting of the Qajar era upon the collection of Henri Moser in the Bernese Historical Museum
2011 B.A. and M.A. (Lizentiat) in History of Art and Persian and Arabic Language and Literature at the University of Zurich

Forschungsinteressen

  • Figural Art, Art of the Books from 15th to 19th Century in Iran
  • Transfer, adaptation and reception in Persian art and architecture
  • Modern and Contemporary Art in Iran

Dissertationsprojekt

European reception in Persian painting of the Qajar era upon the collection of Henri Moser in the Bernese Historical Museum.

Publikationen

  • "Business, Diplomacy and Arts: Two Swiss Collectors of Persian Art", in Yuka Kadoi and Iván Szántó (eds.), The Reshaping of Persian Art: Art Histories of Islamic Iran and Beyond (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, forthcoming).
  • "Iranischer Klassizismus: Konstruktion einer nationalen Identität", in: bfo-Journal zum Thema Copy Paste, The Reuse of Material and Visual Culture in Architecture ,1.2015."Aus dem Rahmen gefallen. Zum Verhältnis zwischen Text und Bild in Ġaffārīs Nigāristān". In: SGMOIK/SSMOCI Bulletin, Bern: Schweizerische Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften, Nr. 33 (2011).
  • Die Illustrationen der Anekdotenhistorie Tārīḫ-i Nigāristān des Qāḍī Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad Ġaffārī in der Aga Khan Sammlung in Genf: Die Verbindung von Bild und Text in der Schiraser Malerei des 16. Jahrhunderts. Zürich, 2011.

Lehrveranstaltungen

Starting at February 2018 40% Lecturer of Persian language and literature at the Institute of near Eastern Studies, University of Bern
Since 01.09.2017 30% Research Assistant at the Institute of Islamic Studies, University of Zurich, Fall 2017
Fall Semester 2012   Teaching assignment at the Institute of Art History, University of Zurich . „Grundbegriffe der islamischen Kunst anhand von Texten“