Webinar Series: Art History and Archaeology of Central Asia: National, Regional and Global (October - November 2020)

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Dear Colleagues, 

I write to bring to your attention a Oxford-Tashkent webinar series on Art History and Archaeology of Central Asia: National, Regional and Global (October - November 2020), which is under the auspice of Oxford Nizami Ganjavi Centre (https://www.ongc.ox.ac.uk/). For more details on the individual webinars and the join links please see https://www.ongc.ox.ac.uk/files/arthistoryandarchaeologyofcentralasiaprogramme121pdf

The next session is:

Crafting Central Asia: Textile and Paper
Friday 30 October, 2pm London/7pm Tashkent
https://medsci.zoom.us/j/91309003182?pwd=eVJVSE9GUlNxQlBsNWlEREYwTGdoUT09
Meeting ID: 913 0900 3182
Password: 517306

Binafsha Nodir (Tashkent): The Uzbek Kilim: Symbiosis of Kipchak and Oguz Traditions

Jochen Sokoly (Qatar) : Early Islamic Inscribed Tiraz: Textiles as Symbols

Yusen Yu (Oxford) : Nasij and Zarafshan: Aesthetics of Gold

Johan Solberg (Iowa) : A Brief Overview of Traditional Papermaking in Central Asia 

Chair: Umberto Bongianino (Oxford)