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2022 Keimyung International Conference on the Silk Road and Central Asia
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2022 Keimyung International Conference on the Silk Road and Central Asia
Carpet Weaving: History and Beauty of the Silk Road
 

Keynote Speech

Speakers

 
Aigul AGELEUOVA
Kazakh Academy of Sports and Tourism
Carpet Weaving on the Territory of Kazakhstan as a Reflection of the Traditional Worldview of Nomads and the Mutual Influence of Cultures on the Great Silk Road
 
 
Munkhtsetseg BAYANZUL
Mongolian National Center for Cultural Heritage
The Pattern Decoration Tradiations of Xiongnu Quilt Rugs/Carpets
 
 
Hyunjin CHO
Keimyung University
A Study on the Relationship between the Palmette Patterns on Carpets of Sassanid Persia and Silla
 
 
Marco FERRARIO
University of Trento
Before Serindia. The Silk Road and Achaemenid Central Asia
 
 
Jinhan JEONG
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
The Carpets in the Medieval Trans-Eurasian Travelogues
 
 
Shirin MELIKOVA
Azerbaijan National Carpet Museum
Carpet Weaving in Azerbaijan: A Look Through the Centuries
 
 
Reyhane MIRABOOTALEBI
The University of Melbourne
Senneh Gelim: A Magnificent Living Carpet Tradition of Iranian Kurdish Women
 
 
Samina NASIM
University of the Punjab
Charisma of Mughal Carpets: Representation of Traditional Designs on Contemporary Hand-Knotted Craft of Pakistan
 
 
Binafsha NODIR
Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan
Qiz-Gilam: A Unique Example of Carpet Weaving by Semi-Nomadic Uzbeks in the Southern Regions of Uzbekistan
 
 
Sohee RYUK
Columbia University
Patterns and Collections: Carpets from Central Asia in the Imperial Russian Imagination
 
 
He ZHANG
William Paterson University
Central Asian Carpets, Assyrian Stone Thresholds, and Greco-Roman Mosaics: Cultural Exchange and Integration on the Silk Road
 

Discussion


Alfred J. ANDREA
Professor Emeritus, University of Vermont

Hee Soo LEE
Distinguished Professor, Keimyung University

Moderators

 

Session 1: Farrah SHEIKH
Keimyung University

Session 2: Cagri ERDEM
Keimyung University
 

Session 3: Mohsen JOSHANLOO
Keimyung University

Session 4: Robert John DICKEY
Keimyung University
 

Session 5: Joshua VAN LIEU
Keimyung University