Dates: Lent Term (January-March 2019)
Venue: University of Cambridge, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Room 7
We hold a series of talks each term whose overall theme links with Dunhuang and the Silk Road. These take place in Room 7 on Thursdays. With the exception of the 24th October, all talks will begin at 3 pm, lasting an hour with time allocated afterward for questions, debate, and discussion. We welcome listeners from all fields who feel that these talks may help their own research or who are curious to know about the diverse topics covered.
January 24, 2019
Prof. Ann Heirman (Ghent University): “Bodily Care, Clothes and Shoes from India to China”
January 31, 2019
Dr. Jeroen Wiedenhof (Leiden University): “The Study of Casual Handwriting: Data and Methodology”
February 7, 2019
Dr. Yukiyo Kasai (Ruhr-Universität Bochum): “Buddhist Manuscript Culture and Uyghur Buddhists”
February 14, 2019
Dr. Qi Xiaoqing (Dunhuang Research Academy): “Studying the Draft of The Raudraksa’ Battle with Sariputra (P.4524) from the Dunhuang Library Cave”
February 28, 2019
Dr. Michael Hoeckelmann (University of Edinburgh): “The Dunhuang Table of Tang Officials 唐職官表 (P.2504) and Its Place in Institutional History”
March 7, 2019
Dr. Arianna D’Ottone (Sapienza, University of Rome): “Islamic lands – China: Contacts and Exchanges between Civilisations through the Evidence of Material Culture”
Sponsored by the Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies and organized by the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at University of Cambridge.