Please post any resources you might find in your research on the new In-Progress Project Bibliography page.
Kimon’s Zotero Library of DH Tools (Look under Wireframing and Prototyping)
The website of CHIPS, the developers who will be in class
Recent articles and current events
Books and articles available electronically
An online collection of articles dedicated to Boris Marshak, by his students and colleagues, with many relevant articles on the Sogdians, including articles on silk, costume and metalwork.
Guitty Azarpay, Sogdian Painting: The Pictorial Epic in Oriental Art. University of California Press, 1981. Archive.org
Cheng, Bonnie. “THE SPACE BETWEEN: Locating “culture” in Artistic Exchange.”Ars Orientalis 38 (2010): 81–120. Jstor
Albert Dien, “The Glories of Sogdiana,” The Silk Road Foundation
Franz Grenet, Pénélope Riboud and Yang Junkai, “Zoroastrian Scenes On A Newly Discovered Sogdian Tomb In Xi’an Northern China,” Studia Iranica 33, 2004, pp. 273-284. Archive.org
Ann C. Gunter and Paul Jett, Ancient Iranian Metalwork in the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and the Freer Gallery of Art(Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1992). Archive.org
Prudence Harper, Silver Vessels of the Sasanian Period, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1981. MMA
Härtel, Herbert, and Marianne Yaldiz, Along the Ancient Silk Routes: Central Asian Art from the West Berlin State Museums. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1982. MMA
Marshak, Boris. “The Archaeology of Sogdiana,” in The Silk Road Foundation Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2 (December 2003).
Marshak, Boris. Sogdiiskoe serebro. Ocherki po vostochnoi torevtike (Moscow: Izd-vo “Nauka”: Gl. red. vostochn. lit-ry, 1971)
Rose, Jenny. “The Sogdians: Prime Movers Between Boundaries,” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (2010) Volume 30, Number 3: 410-419.
de la Vaissière, Étienne, “Sogdians in China: A Short History and Some New Discoveries,” in The Silk Road Foundation Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2 (December 2003).
Russian Film with Judith Lerner sighting at 6:10
101 Years of Research in the Oasis of Buhara – March 11
From the Freer|Sackler