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Monday, April 14, 2014

New Perspectives in Dunhuang Studies 敦煌研究的新視角

The Dunhuang Grottoes on the ancient silk road, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, are a splendid treasure house of art from Ancient China. For more than 100 years, the discovery, conservation and study of those grottoes have attracted worldwide attention. 

Venue:
Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley

Sponsors: 
Institute of East Asian Studies (IEAS), Department of History of Art, Library, Center for Buddhist Studies, Center for Chinese Studies (CCS)

Time:
April 14, 2014

Schedule:

3: 00 Opening remarks
Patricia Berger, Professor, History of Art Department, U.C. Berkeley

3:05 Current Status and Emerging Developments in the Preservation of the Dunhuang Grottoes
Xudong Wang, Deputy Director, Dunhuang Academy

3:40 New Paleographic Approaches to the Tibetan Manuscripts from Dunhuang
Jacob Dalton, Associate Professor and Khyentse Foundation Distinguished Professor of Tibetan Buddhism, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, U.C. Berkeley

4:00 Dunhuang and the Silk Road
Yuanlin Zhang, Research Fellow, Dunhuang Academy

4:20 Sogdians in China: Further Reflections
Albert Dien, Professor Emeritus, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Stanford University

4:40 Discussion
Peter Zhou, Director, C. V. Starr East Asian Library, U.C. Berkeley
Patricia Berger, Professor, History of Art Department, U.C. Berkeley

5:00 Reception



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