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2021 Keimyung International Conference on the Silk Road and Central Asia
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2021 Keimyung International Conference on the Silk Road and Central Asia
TEXTILES FROM THE SILK ROAD:
ORIGIN, TRANSMISSION, AND EXCHANGE

Welcoming Remarks

Speakers

 
Youngsoo Chang
Professor of Cultural Properties, Gyeongju University
East-West Exchange of Costume Culture - Focusing on the Analysis of Taq-i Bustan Reliefs from the Sassanian Empire of Persia
 
 
Matteo Compareti
Subject Expert, Ca’ Foscari, University of Venice
Central Asian Textile Motifs in Late Sasanian Art: On the Origin of Some Decorative Elements at Taq-i Bustan
 
 
Duraiswamy Dayalan
Director, Archaeological Survey of India
Silk and Cotton Textiles, the Principal Maritime Trade Commodities of Ancient India
 
 
Mariachiara Gasparini
Assistant Professor of Chinese Art and Architectural History, University of Oregon
A Tent for the Afterlife? Remarks on a Qinghai-Sichuanese Panel
 
 
Berit Hildebrandt
Interim Professor of Ancient History, University of Bremen
The Terminology of Silks in Texts of the Roman Empire: Qualities, Origins, Products, and Uses
 
 
Tatiana Krupa
Head of the International Research Laboratory “YMAI”, Pavlodar Pedagogical University, Margulan Center
Archaeological Silk of Ukraine as a Marker of Trans-Eurasian Contacts
 
 
Galina Lasikova (Co-author: Olga Chernova)
Curator, Mardjani Foundation
Identification of Animal Materials in Nomadic Costumes of 11-12th Centuries from Eastern Turkestan
 
 
Orit Shamir
Head, Department of Museums and Exhibits, Israel Antiquities Authority
Silk Textiles from the Byzantine Period till the Medieval Period from Excavations in the Land of Israel (5th-13th Centuries CE)-Origin, Transmission and Exchange
 
 
Eiren Shea
Assistant Professor of Art History, Grinnell College
Intentional Identities: Liao Women’s Dress and Cultural and Political Power
 

Discussion


Amanda Phillips
Disccusant

Lanlan Kuang
Discussant

Robert J. Dickey
Moderator
Panel Recap & Discussion of Conference Presentations