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  • 2016 HK International Conference
  • 작성일일시  |  2016.09.22-09.23   ·   장소  |  서울 프레지던트 호텔   
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    [HK International Conference]

     

    "Silk Roads Again: Revisiting Roads Connecting Eurasia "

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    <2016.09.22 (Thu.)>

    Session I

    Initial Encounters and Historical Origins of Silk Road

    사회 Ohyoung KWON (Seoul National University, South Korea)
    발표

    In Uk KANG (Kyung Hee University, South Korea) : Archaeological Perspectives on Prehistoric Trading Routes In Central Asia
    Kazim ABDULLAEV
    (Istanbul University, Turkey) : Cultural Interation on the Silk Road in the Period of Yueh-Chin Migration in Gogidia and Bactria 
    Marco GALLI
    (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) : Beyond Frontiers: Rome and the Eurasian Trade Networks

    Yuanlim ZHANG
    (Dunhuang Research Academy, China) : Revisiting the Routes of the Silk Road across the Lop Nor and along the Region of Altun Mountain

     

    Session Ⅱ

    Eurasian Empires and Silk Road Journeys From 400 CE to 1300 CE

    사회

    Pyungrae LEE (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea)

    발표

    Daryoosh AKBARZADEH (Research Institute of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handocrafts Organization, Iran) : Silk Road or Military Road: From the Far East to the Central Asia, Caucuses and Iran 
    Jaehun JEONG (Gyeongsang National University, South Korea) : Nomadic Empire of the Turks and East-West Exchange

    Daniel WAUGH (University of Washington, United State) : The 'Owl of Misfortune' or the 'Phoenix of Prosperity'?:Re-thinking the impact of the Mongols

     

    <2016.09.23 (Fri.)>

    Session III

    From the Great Conquests to the Great Game from 1300 CE to 1900 CE

    사회 Hee Soo LEE (Hanyang University, South Korea)
    발표

    Johan ELVERSKOG (South Methodist University, United States) : World Religions on the Silk Road in Post-Mongol Eurasia
    Irina POPOVA
    (Institute of Oriental Manuscript at RAS, Russia) : The Findings of the Russian Explorers in Central Asia and the Main Manuscript Collections Held in St Petersbrug

    Se Jin JUNG
    (Hanyang University, South Korea) : Meaning of Russian Empire: Silk Roads and Railways in Eurasia

     

    Session Ⅳ

    Modern Silk Roads: Revisiting Eurasian Connections

    사회

    Gu Ho EOM (Hanyang University, South Korea)

    발표

    Boram SHIN (Hanyang University, South Korea) : Borders and Nations: Re-imagined Geography of Soviet Uzbekistan and the 1948 Alisher Navoi Jubilee
    Haitao JIA
    (Jinan University, China) : China's Security Concerns and Strategic Considerations about Its Maritime Lifeline

    Diana KUDAIBERGENOVA
    (Cambridge University, United Kingdom) : "My Silk Road to you":Re-imagining Routes, Roads, and Geography in Contemporary Art of "Central Asia"

    Magnus MARSDEN
    (University of Sussex, United Kingdom) : Afgan Trading Networks and Nodes along the New Silk Road

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