Original in perspective, innovative in approach, this book investigates the changing relationship between Egypt’s urban artisanry and the larger socio-historical transformations of the Egyptian economy. Focusing on two key historical periods in the early and late twentieth century, Kristin Koptiuch examines the political and economic conditions that affected the role of the artisan in Egypt over time.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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