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2023 Keimyung International Conference on the Silk Road and Central Asia
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2023 Keimyung International Conference on the Silk Road and Central Asia
The Maritime Silk Road: From the Seas thru Siam to the Korean Peninsula
Dates: Sep.28 Thursday - Sep. 29 Friday
Venue: Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand

Keynote Speech


Andrea Acri
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, PSL University
Revealing the Networks of Mahāyāna Buddhist Tantra in Medieval Maritime Asia through the Study of Siddhamātṛkā-inscriptions
Duraiswamy Dayalan
Archaeological Survey
Cultural and Trade Link between India and Siam: Its Impact on Maritime Silk Road
Jun Kimura
Tokai University
Shipwrecks and ports as Maritime Silk Route Heritage
Pipad Krajaejun
Thammasat University
The Emergence of Early States and Their Networks in Southern Thailand
Hee Soo Lee
Keimyung University
Maritime Relations Between Southeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula along the Islamic Route
Joo-Yup Lee
University of Toronto
The Maritime and Overland Silk Routes in the Post-Mongol World
Nan A Lee
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Studying the transmission of infectious diseases Along the Maritime Silk Road: Focusing on the Novel Nights of Plague
Joshua Van Lieu
Keimyung University
The Maritime Prohibition and Modernity: A Critical Consideration
Sitta Von Reden
University of Freiburg
Silk Road Trade or Transregional Network Connectivity? Changing Perspectives on Southeast Asian Maritime Exchange Between ca. 300 BCE to ca. 300 CE.
Erika E. VÖRÖS
Independent Researcher
Ferrying to the Other Shore: Korean Seafarers and Avalokiteśvara Faith in the East Asian Maritime World
Stella Xu
Roanoke College
The Guardian of the Maritime Network in Premodern East Asia: Contested History and Memory of Chang Pogo

Organizing Committee

Tschung-Sun Kim
Conference Chair
Professor Emeritus of Religion, Director of Academia Via Serica, Keimyung University, Korea

Passapong Sripicharn
Conference Co-chair
Dean of Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, Thailand

Jinsil Choi
Conference Organizing Chair
Assistant Professor, Tabula Rasa College, Keimyung University, Korea

Kornnapha Boonphisudsilp
Conference Organizing Co-chair
Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, Thailand