The Silk Road, Vol. 18 (Edited by Justin M. Jacobs)

Title: The Silk Road, Vol. 18
Edited by: Justin M. Jacobs
Published by: The Silk Road House (open-access journal), 2020

Table of Contents:

Kashgar: Lost in the Mists of Time—A Photo Essay
Daniel C. Waugh

Conservation of the Mausoleum of Shahzada Abdullah in Kuhandiz, Herat
Jolyon Leslie

The ‘Turfan Files’ in the Museum of Asian Art, Berlin
Caren Dreyer

A Study of Stone-joint Metal Clamps in China and Korea during the 6th-8th Centuries
Hongnam Kim

Appellations of China in Medieval Muslim Literature
Chen Chunxiao

The True Origin of the Mongols?
John Man

Piero Morandi, An Italian Traveler in Kafiristan
Luca Villa

Notices and Reviews:

In Memoriam: Sergei Stepanovich Miniaev
Daniel C. Waugh

Christoph Baumer, The History of Central Asia. Vol. 4: The Age of Decline and Revival
Timothy May

Michael Biran et al., eds., Along the Silk Roads in Mongol Eurasia: Generals, Merchants, and Intellectuals
Morris Rossabi

Moritz Huber, Lives of Sogdians in Medieval China
Michael Drompp

Hermann Kreutzmann, Hunza Matters: Bordering and Ordering between Ancient and New Silk Roads
Robert Middleton

Freer and Sackler Galleries (Smithsonian), The Sogdians: Influencers on the Silk Road
Lilla Russell-Smith

Book and Journal Notices
Compiled by Daniel C. Waugh

Appendix: Hagia Sophia—A Photo Essay
Daniel C. Waugh

All articles can be downloaded HERE.