Margaret S. Graves
Florence Gould Foundation Fellow
Margaret S. Graves is associate professor of art history at Indiana University in Bloomington. She specializes in the plastic arts of the Islamic world. Her publications include Arts of Allusion: Object, Ornament and Architecture in Medieval Islam (Oxford University Press, 2018), as well as several edited and co-edited volumes on the art and material culture of the Islamic world, including Making Modernity in the Islamic Mediterranean (Indiana University Press, 2022, with Alex Seggerman). At the Clark, Graves will be writing a book titled Invisible Hands: Islamic Ceramics and the Colonial Art Market, which discusses modern collecting economies and the craftsmanship of faking in a work.