Ana Marija Grbanovic, M.A.


202-      “The Sujas Friday Mosque Stuccos: Seljuk or Ilkhanid?” Submitted for publication for edited volume, Edinburgh University Press.

202-      “The Oljeitu Mihrab (1310; Isfahan): the Ilkhanid Stucco chef-d’œuvre Re-Examined.” Article accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the Ernst Herzfeld Society Colloquium, University of Straßburg, July 5-7, 2018.

2020     “On the Origins of the Shrine of ‘Abd al-Samad in Natanz: The Case for a Revised Chronology.” In print for Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Co-authored with Richard Piran Mcclary

2020     “Beyond the Stylistic Idiosyncrasies: Notes regarding Identity and Mobility of Ilkhanid Stucco Craftsmen in Central Iran c. 1300,” In Print for Proceedings of 11th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Harrassowitz Verlag.

2018     “Ottoman mosques in Bosnia-Herzegovina: some considerations on their architectural structures and builders,” Proceedings of Forschende Frauen Conference, Frauenbureau, University of Bamberg Press. DOI:

2018     “Islamic Stuccos made Digital. Digitality and Studies of Islamic Art and Architecture.” In: Zeitschrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften. DOI: 10.17175/sb003_004

2017     “The Ilkhanid Revetment Aesthetics in the Buqʿa Pir-i Bakran: Chaotic Exuberance or a Cunningly Planned Architectural Revetment Repertoire?” Muqarnas An Annual on the Visual Cultures of the Islamic World 34(1), October 2017: (MIT and University of Harvard), 43-83. DOI: 10.1163/22118993_03401P004.

2017     “Some Remarks Regarding the Preservation of Ilkhanid Architectural Heritage in Iran: History, Challenges and Perspectives,” Santos, Joaquim Rodrigues dos (ed.), Preserving Transcultural Heritage: Your Way or My Way? Questions on Authenticity, Identity and Patrimonial Proceedings in the Safeguarding of Architectural Heritage Created in the Meeting of Cultures, Casal de Cambra, Caleidoscópio, 2017, 799-810. DOI: 10.30618/978-989-658-467-2_74

2017     Review of: Text and Image in Medieval Persian Art, Sheila S. Blair, Edinburgh Studies in Islamic Art, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014. Sehepunkte 17(3), [15.03.2017], URL:

2016     “Ilkhanid Art and Architecture,” Timeline. (Aga Khan Trust for Culture and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology).