Mobility, Empire and Cross Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia

Multilateral Dynamics between the Middle East and Asia in the Mongol Era (15.12.2019)

28.10.19

Multilateral Dynamics between the Middle East and Asia in the Mongol Era

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

International Workshop, Sunday, December 15, 2019

Conveners: Michal Biran, Vered Shurany, Jonathan Brack

Program

9:15-9:30: Gathering, Preliminary Remarks

9:30-11:00: Panel 1: Material Mobilities and Technologies

Chair: Yuri Pines (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Discussant: Gideon Shelach (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

11:30-13:00: Panel 2: Ideology, Politics and Institutions from Mongolia to Syria

Chair: Edith Chen (Princeton University)

Discussant: Matanya Gill (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Lunch Break

14:00-1530: Panel 3: Knowledge Exchange and Production

Chair: Vered Shurany (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Discussant: Michal Biran (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

16:00-17:00: Keynote 1

Chair: Jonathan Brack (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Pamela Kyle Crossley (Dartmouth college) Objectification of Identities and the Emergence of Eurasian Rulership in China, Russia and the Middle East, 1250-1500

17:15-18:15: Keynote 2

Chair: Michal Biran (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt (University of Pennsylvania) Entanglement and Convergence: The Shaping of a Mongol Architectural Narrative

Dinner/Reception