Businesses that flourish and thrive in this modern age are businesses that have managed to do what many others could not: advance and evolve with the times. The world has changed time and again over the years, and we are now standing on the edge of an entirely new age. The increasing influence and subsequent […]
March 21, 2019 Victor Wumbor-Apin Kumbol and colleagues have developed and shared Actifield, an automated open-source actimeter for rodents, in a recent HardwareX publication. Measuring locomotor activity can be a useful readout for understanding effects of a number of experimental manipulations related to neuroscience research. Commercially available locomotor activity recording devices can be cost-prohibitive and […]
Welcome to the twenty-second installment of the Project on Civil Discourse’s Weekly News Digest, hosted on our Real Talk blog. Student Discussions Are you interested in the role of political, social, and racial identity in speech? Do you want to talk with your peers about campus speech, civility, or post-truth conversations? The Project on Civil […]
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The Silk Road, an open-access online annual publication of the Silkroad Foundation, has just published its first issue under the editorship of Justin M. Jacobs, an associate professor in the History Department. Jacobs took over editing duties of the journal in 2018, after more than fifteen years in the capable hands of former editor Daniel […]
Download entire volume (24 MB) From the Editor Recent Excavations of Xiongnu Graves on the Left Bank of the Ulug-Khem in Tuva Marina Kilunovskaya and Pavel Leus Japanese Spies in Inner Asia during the Early Twentieth Century Jin Noda Sogdians in Khotan Zhang Zhan Caravan Routes East of Chang’an: Iranian Elements in the Buddhist Art […]
It gives me great pleasure to introduce Volume 16 of The Silk Road. After more than fifteen years in the capable hands of longtime editor Daniel C. Waugh, The Silk Road baton has now passed into my hands. Much like parenthood, the responsibility of managing an annual journal is equal parts both blessing and burden, the […]
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