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Gandhara Connections International Workshop 2019: The Global Connections of Gandharan Art - 18-19/03



The workshop will re-examine the links between Gandharan art and other artistic traditions, including not only those of Greece and Rome, but also China, the Iranian world and the Indian Subcontinent.

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 18-19/03/2019

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies (Oxford, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Classical Art Research Centre

INFO: web - carc@classics.ox.ac.uk

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito email to carc@classics.ox.ac.uk

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: Aquí/here/qui

Monday 18th March, 2019


0945 Welcome and Introduction

Dr Peter Stewart (Director, Classical Art Research Centre)


1000 Warwick Ball (Editor-in-Chief, Afghanistan)

The Orbit of Gandharan Studies


1100 Break - coffee and tea


1130 Dr Marike van Aerde (Leiden University)

The Buddha and the Silk Roads: Gandharan Connections through the Karakorum Mountains and Indian Ocean Ports


1230 Lunch (provided for speakers only)


1400 Dr Martina Stoye (Museum für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin)

On the Crossroads of Disciplines: A theory of Understanding Roman Art Images & Its Implications for the Study of Western Influence(s) in Gandharan Art


1500 Dr Peter Stewart (CARC, Oxford)

Roman Sarcophagi and Gandharan Sculpture


1600 Tea/coffee break


1630 Dr Tadashi Tanabe (Soka University, Tokyo/ LMU, Munich)

The Important Role of Dionysiac Imagery in Gandharan Art


1730 Prof Ian Haynes (Newcastle University), Iwan Peverett, and Dr Wannaporn Rienjang (CARC),

3D-Modelling of the Main Stupa at Saidu Sharif: A Provocation


1800 Reception; dinner for speakers.


Tuesday 19th March, 2019


1000 Ken Ishikawa (Wolfson College, Oxford)

More Gandhara than Mathura: Substantial and Persistent Gandharan Influence Provincialised in the Buddhist Material Culture of Gujarat ca. 375–500 CE


1100 Tea/coffee break


1130 Shumpei Iwai (Ryukoku Museum, Kyoto)

Buddhist Temples in Tokharistan and their Relationships with Gandharan Traditions


1230 Lunch (provided for speakers only); meeting of Advisory Committee for the Gandhara Connections project


1400 Dr Joy Lidu Yi (Florida International University, Miami)

Cross-Cultural Buddhist Cave-Monasteries: Yungang, the Silk Road and Beyond


1500 Professor Yang Juping (Nankai University, Tianjin)

Title to be confirmed


1600 Tea/coffee break


1630 Prof Nasim Khan (Director, Gandhāra Study Centre, Islamia College Peshawar)

Cross-Cultural Communication between Gandhāra and China: Archaeological and Iconographic Evidence


1730 Dr Christian Luczanits (SOAS, London)

Gandharan Art and the Himalayas


1830 Close


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