Archaeology and Conservation Along the Silk Road
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The third international conference on “Archaeology and Conservation along the Silk Road” was met with as much enthusiasm as the earlier ones, with participants joining from near and far. The historic city of Tabriz, which once was the melting pot for cultures across the Silk Road(s), now as venue of this conference from 14–16 November 2018, facilitated dialogues to re-live, re-exchange and re-search the impact that Silk Road has had from then to now. Albeit a century-old topic of academic discourse, the Silk Road(s) continues to open up variety of new disciplinary and regional fronts; included in this volume. The Research Institute for Cultural Heritage and Tourism, Iran, collaborated with the Nanjing University, China, and the Institute of Conservation, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria, for this congress, which saw plenty of scientific studies on material heritage and their resultant significance in shaping the lifestyle and trade in different regions along the Silk Road(s).
- Gabriela Krist (Hg.)
- Gabriela Krist is professor at the Institute of Conservation, University of Applied Arts Vienna, since 1999. She studied conservation at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, as well as art history and archaeology in Vienna and Salzburg. For many years, she worked for ICCROM in Rome and at the Austrian Federal Office for the Care of Monuments (Bundesdenkmalamt), and is a UNESCO Chair holder.
- Liangren Zhang (Hg.)
- Liangren Zhang is professor of the School of History, Nanjing University. He studied Chinese archaeology in China, then Russian archaeology in the USA. He is currently running collaborative projects in Russia and Iran, with the objective of exploring the roles of the Altai region and northeast Iran in the West-East cultural interaction. He has published extensively on Chinese art and archaeology, and Russian archaeology.