1-5 Agustos İRAN ARKEOLOJİ GÜNLERİ

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Panel 12: Iran and India: Dialogues on Civilization, Culture, Religion and Identity
  • Homa Katouzian St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK
  • Monica Ringer Amherst College, United States
    The 'Dakhmeh' Debate: Zoroastrian Ritual Practice between Tradition and Scientific Modernity
  • Afshin Marashi University of Oklahoma, United States
    Patron and Patriot: Dinshah Irani and the Revival of Indo-Iranian Culture
  • Reza Zia-Ebrahimi St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK
    An Emissary of the Golden Age: Manekji Limji Hataria in Pre-Nationalist Iran
  • Dinyar Patel Harvard University, United States
    The Iran League of Bombay: Parsis and the Appeal of Pahlavi Nationalism
10:50 a.m.-12:40 p.m.M32 Panel 13: New Perspectives on the Art and Archaeology of Hellenistic and Middle Iranian Western and Central Asia (330 BCE-642 CE)
  • Askold IvantchikUniversity of Bordeaux III, France
  • Rachel Mairs Merton College, University of Oxford, UK
    Ai Khanoum and the Achaemenids
  • Carlo LippolisUniversità degli Studi di Torino, Italy
    A Ceremonial Centre for the Arsacid Kings: Parthian Nisa
  • Fiona Kidd University of Sydney, Australia
    Hellenism at Akchakhan-kala? The Painting and Visual Culture of Middle Iranian Chorasmia
  • Matthew Canepa University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, United States
    New Images of Iranian Kingship in the Middle Iranian Era: Rupture and Innovation in the Art and Ritual of Iranian Kingship
10:50 a.m.-12:40 p.m.Ballroom II Panel 14: Iranian Historiography (I): The Turko-Mongol Period (sponsored by Iran Heritage Foundation)
  • Charles Melville University of Cambridge, UK
  • Andrew Peacock University of St Andrews, US
    Historiography under the Great Seljuqs: Sources, Themes and Patronage
  • Stefan Kamola University of Washington, United States
    Authority and Influence in Late Ilkhanid Historiography
  • Birgitt Hoffmann University of Bamberg, Germany
    Themes, Narratives and Explanations in the Historical Writings of Hamd-Allāh Mustaufi
  • Sevket Kücükhüseyin University of Bamberg, Germany
    Āqsarā'ī's Musāmarat al-Akhbār: A Guideline of Good Governance for Timurtāsh b. Chobān?