THE SILK ROAD PRIZE
Recipients of Acta Via Serica's Prize for Outstanding Scholarship in the Study of Central Asia and the Silk Road
Erika Erzsébet VÖRÖS, "Ferrying to the Other Shore: Silla Seafarers and Avalokiteśvara Faith in the East Asian Maritime World"
Hyunjin Cho, "A Study on the Relationships between the Palmette Patterns on Carpets of Sassanid Persia and Silla Korea"
Maryam Kamali, "The Split of Power in the Khwarazmshah Dynasty on the Eve of the Mongol Conquests"
Eiren L. Shea, "Intentional Identities: Liao Women's Dress and Cultural and Political Power"
Magnus Marsden, "'Inter-Asia' through Inland Eyes: Afghan Trading Networks across Land and Sea"
Timur Dadabaev and Jasur Soipov, "Craving Jobs? Revisiting Labor and Educational Migration from Uzbekistan to Japan and South Korea"
Joo Yup Lee, "The Sogdian Descendants in Mongol and post-Mongol Central Asia: The Tajiks and Sarts"