Simpson Islamic Manuscript Record Archive Online at University of Michigan

abernard102@gmail.com 2014-04-12

Summary:

"The Visual Resources Collections at the University of Michigan just announced that the Simpson Islamic Manuscript Record Archive is available online. They write, 'Dr. Simpson served as Curator of Islamic Near Eastern Art at the Freer/Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Curator of Islamic Art at the Walters Art Museum, and Visiting Professor at the University of Michigan (2005).' The website for the Simpson Islamic Manuscript Record Archive contains more than 500 documentation records and approximately 4,800 images (in a variety of media including prints, color slides, digital images, and microfilm). The Simpson Archive 'is organized by repository name and manuscript accession number or shelf mark (for example, 'British Library Add. 7622')' and each record contains robust cataloging information about the manuscript. This collection is related to the Islamic Art Archives at the University of Michigan, which has more than 900 digitized manuscripts available in HathiTrust ..."

Link:

http://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/vrc/2014/04/10/simpson-islamic-manuscript-record-archive-online-at-university-of-michigan/

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Tags:

oa.new oa.announcement oa.u.michigan oa.images oa.manuscripts oa.islamic_art oa.glam oa.libraries oa.archives oa.museums oa.repositories oa.interoperability oa.hathi oa.ch

Date tagged:

04/12/2014, 07:45

Date published:

04/12/2014, 03:45