Events

Silk Road Forum

Sun, Apr 2, 2017, 1:30 pm

Free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required: https://csr.princeton.edu/silkroadforum/.

The Silk Roads:
Leading Us Astray?
Susan Whitfield, IDP
The British Library
Response by
Xin YU
Fudan University

The Ancient Silk Road in Light of New Discoveries
in Gansu
Doucheng DU
Lanzhou University
Response by
Annette Juliano
Rutgers University

Moderated by:
Huaiyu CHEN, Arizona State University
Stephen F. Teiser, Princeton University

Sponsored by Princeton University, Buddhist Studies Workshop
With support of the Glorisun Foundation

Location: 
McCormick 101
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