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The Orientalist Karl Sudhoff made his Berber-Islamic thesis when he discovered new and important documents touching on Constantine's life and religion in the village of Trinity Della Cave, northern Italy ; these documents were published in the journal Arkioun in 1922.
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Orientalist and Karl
Franz Karl Movers ( July 17, 1806-September 28, 1856 ), German Roman Catholic divine and Orientalist, was born at Koesfeld in Westphalia.
Orientalist and made
He argued that their approach to the subject relied mainly on an Orientalist approach, and made Hinduism seem like " a private realm of the imagination and the religious which modern, Western man lacks but needs.
At Oxford he also made the acquaintance of William Jones, the famous Orientalist, who induced him to study Arabic.
In the second half of the century, significant contributions were made by the Orientalist Ernst Windisch ( 1844 – 1918 ).
In 1901, the Orientalist and Celtologist Heinrich Zimmer ( 1851 – 1910 ) was made professor of Celtic languages at Friedrich Wilhelm University in Berlin, the first position of its kind in Germany.
Orientalist and when
By the turn of the twentieth century it had begun to be displaced by the shorter and purely Arabic term Islam and by 1938, when Orientalist scholars completed The Encyclopaedia of Islam, seems to have virtually disappeared from the English language.
The last nail into the coffin of the idea of there being a Cathay as a country separate from China was, perhaps, driven in 1654, when the Dutch Orientalist Jacobus Golius met with the China-based Jesuit Martino Martini, who was passing through Leyden.
However, initially his subjects were Orientalist in nature, that movement having been in vogue when he was young.
Orientalist and discovered
While still living in Mulhouse, he discovered the works of René Guénon, the French philosopher and Orientalist, which served to confirm his intellectual intuitions and which provided support for the metaphysical principles he had begun to discover.
The American Orientalist Duncan Black MacDonald discovered an Arabic-language manuscript of the legend at the Bodleian Library ; however, this was later found to be a counterfeit.
Orientalist and important
An important educator during the modernization of Japan during the Meiji Era, Fenollosa was an enthusiastic Orientalist who did much to preserve traditional Japanese art.
Among his first important clients was the connoisseur and collector Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg, for whom Guardi multiple paintings with an Orientalist theme.
Orientalist and on
Russell Kirkland goes further to argue that these versions are based on Western Orientalist fantasies, and represent the colonial appropriation of Chinese culture.
French Orientalist painting was transformed by Napoleon's ultimately unsuccessful invasion of Egypt and Syria in 1798-1801, which stimulated great public interest in Egyptology, and was also recorded in subsequent years by Napoleon's court painters, especially Baron Gros, although the Middle Eastern campaign was not one on which he accompanied the army.
Delacroix followed up with Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi ( 1827 ), commemorating a siege of the previous year, and the Death of Sardanapalus, inspired by Lord Byron, which although set in antiquity has been credited with beginning the mixture of sex, violence, lassitude and exoticism which runs through much French Orientalist painting.
Like many later Orientalist painters, he was frustrated by the difficulty of sketching subjects including women, and many of his scenes featured Jews or warriors on horses.
Other artists including the Pre-Raphaelite William Holman Hunt and David Roberts had similar motivations, giving an emphasis on realism in British Orientalist art from the start.
Some outstanding mathematical and Orientalist works emerged at this time – notably, texts edited by Edward Pococke, the Regius Professor of Hebrew – but no university press on Laud's model was possible before the Restoration of the Monarchy in 1660.
There are also recent signs of the reception of phenomenology ( and Heidegger's thought in particular ) within scholarly circles focused on studying the impetus of metaphysics in the history of ideas in Islam and Early Islamic philosophy ; perhaps under the indirect influence of the tradition of the French Orientalist and philosopher Henri Corbin.
The French Orientalist Évariste Lévi-Provençal on the other hand advocated Ibn Hayyān as the supreme Muslim historian of the era ( and the battle ).
It is based on the rules of the Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft ( DMG ) as modified by the International Orientalist Congress 1936 in Rome.
According to Sunni tradition, ibn Hanbal was among the scholars to resist the Caliph's interference and the Mu ' tazila doctrine of a created Qur ' an — although some Orientalist sources raise a question on whether or not he remained steadfast
The New York Times repeated neighborhood rumors that the brothers lived in some sort of " Orientalist splendor " and were sitting on vast piles of cash, afraid to deposit it in a bank.
* In Pakistan, the Lahore chapter of the Goethe-Institut is named " Annemarie Schimmel Haus ", in honour of the well-known German Orientalist and scholar, who wrote extensively on Islam and Sufism ; the Annemarie-Schimmel-Haus shares its premises with the Alliance française Lahore ( AF ), and together they organise joint cultural events.
Annemarie Schimmel, SI, HI, ( in Erfurt, Germany – in Bonn, Germany ) was a well known and very influential German Orientalist and scholar, who wrote extensively on Islam and Sufism.
Before he left Paris to take up his duties he had several interviews with Julius Mohl, the eminent Orientalist, who pointed out to him that Mosul was the centre of a district of great historical and archaeological importance, and urged him to make good use of the splendid opportunity which he would enjoy for collecting antiquities, and even for making excavations on his own account.
Phule, on the other hand, celebrated Bali as the king of the people, peasants or original inhabitants of India ( as opposed to Aryan Brahmins, who came to India from Iran, in accordance with the Orientalist theories prevalent in that period ).
Reiss, himself Jewish, was drawn to write The Orientalist, partially based on his own family's experiences in Europe during the 1920s and 1930s in Europe.
The Orientalist appeared on many " top ten " of the year lists and was shortlisted for the 2006 Samuel Johnson Prize for best nonfiction book in the English language.
Amari was also an Orientalist ; he is famous for throwing light on the true character of the Sicilian Vespers ; and served as the Kingdom of Italy's first minister of public education.
His brief career encompassed works on a variety of subjects common in the art of the period, including the Romantic fascination with Orientalist themes, historicist genre painting, military painting of Spanish colonial expansion, as well as a prescient loosening of brush-stroke and color.
Orientalist and life
The story of this voyage and of her observations of Eastern life is told in Letters from Turkey, a series of lively letters full of graphic descriptions ; Letters is often credited as being an inspiration for subsequent female traveller / writers, as well as for much Orientalist art.
One of the most famous victims of Raynaud's Syndrome was Essad Bey ( Lev Nussimbaum ), immortalized in Tom Reiss ' biography of his life, The Orientalist.
Orientalist and religion
The origins of British Orientalist 19th century painting owe more to religion than military conquest or the search for plausible locations for naked females.
The Orientalist Dr. Nagendra Kumar Singh remarked that, " Every Indian religion has a Kubera after the Hindu prototype ".
Friedrich Maximillian Müller ( December 6, 1823 – October 28, 1900 ) — known as Max Müller — was a German philologist and Orientalist, one of the founders of the western academic field of Indian studies and the discipline of comparative religion.
Orientalist and Italy
The film was a big budget Madan Theatre production and was directed by Italian Eugenio De Liguoro, known in Italy for his Orientalist spectacles like Fascino d ' Oro ( 1919 ).
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The longest single English translation was published in 1834 by Ritter Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall, an Austrian Orientalist ; it may be found under the name " Evliya Efendi.
Such disdain did not prevent the Société des Peintres Orientalistes (" Society of Orientalist Painters ") being founded in 1893, with Jean-Léon Gérôme as honorary president ; the word was less often used as a term for artists in 19th century England.
Since the 18th century, " Orientalist " has been the traditional term for a scholar of Oriental studies ; however the use in English of " Orientalism " to describe the academic subject of " Oriental studies " is rare ; the Oxford English Dictionary cites only one such usage, by Lord Byron in 1812.
This a rare intrusion of a clearly contemporary figure into an Orientalist scene ; mostly they claim the picturesqueness of the historical painting so popular at the time, without the trouble of researching authentic costumes and settings.
Harem Pool by the Orientalism | Orientalist painter Jean-Léon Gérôme c. 1876 ; naked females in harem or bathing settings are a staple of much Orientalist painting
He was the son of British Orientalist scholar Robert Caesar Childers ; the cousin of Hugh Childers and Robert Barton ; and the father of the fourth President of Ireland, Erskine Hamilton Childers.
* " Arthur Waley, 76, Orientalist, Dead ; Translator of Chinese and Japanese Literature ," New York Times.
He painted courtly subjects inspired by Antoine Watteau ; he also painted still lives, portraits, and Orientalist subjects that owe much to the example of Delacroix.
* Dr. C G Uragoda Chest Physician Orientalist Folklorist and Author ; President Royal Asiatic Society Sri Lanka Branch
* William Biehn, born Metz in 1911 and died in Saint-Jean-de-Luz in 1997 a painter specialising in Orientalist art ;
# the establishment, at the Eastern Institute, of an Orientalist Youth Circle, a youth organization dedicated to general Promethean affairs, with offices in Kraków, Vilnius and Harbin ;
Image: Edwin Longsden Long-Anno Domini. jpg | British Orientalist artist Edwin Long, Anno Domini, 1883, shows the arrival in Egypt ; the idols seem intact.
Samuel Lee ( 1783 – 1852 ) was an English Orientalist, born in Shropshire ; professor at Cambridge, first of Arabic and then of Hebrew language ; was the author of a Hebrew grammar and lexicon, and a translation of the Book of Job.