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1 Moving along the Silk Road, or What I Learned in Hawaii Globalization? The Academy as a site of post-colonial politics? Mandarin Tai Chi Hula Kehaulani Tiger, Hula Instructor, ,

2 SELECTIONS FROM THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART 2 Buddhist Imagery from India to Korea

3 Where are we, anyway? Insert Jennifer’s Map here! More serious map taken from Victor’s presentation below. 3

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5 A side note on Kushan and Hellenistic Style Or, is Hellenism really the point? 5

6 Roman Figural Sculpture CE 6 Early First century CE Roman bronze, approx. 5”, for household shrine. Accession No.: Early First century CE Early First-Second Century CE Roman bronze, approx. 4”, Silenus bust for a couch. Accession No.: Early First-Second Century CE CE, Roman, youth with jumping weights, marble approx. 33”x15”. Accession No.: CE, Roman CE, Roman, Central Anatolia, Jonah Praying, marble, approx 19”x5”x7”. Accession No.: CE, Roman, Central Anatolia

7 Kushan Figural Sculpture CE 7 First Century CE Pakistan, Kushan plaque, gray schist, approx 2.75” diameter, [decorative element?] Accession No.: First Century CE Pakistan, First –Century CE Mathura, India. Kushan relief, red mottled sandstone, Seated Sakyamuni (historical Buddha), ht. approx 20”, architectural element. Accession No.: First –Century CE Late Second Century CE, Kushan Pakistan, Kushan, gray shist, Boddhisattva, approx. 52”, architectural element. Accession No.: Late Second Century CE, Kushan Late Second-Early Third Century CE, Mathura, India. Kushan/Gupta Transition. Terracotta, seated Yaksha, approx. 19”x10”. Accession No.: Late Second-Early Third Century CE

8 The Buddha on the Silk Road: South Asia 8 Pakistan, Gandhara, first half of third century CE Seated Buddha, gray shist, approx. 50” tall. Accession No.: Pakistan, Gandhara, first half of third century CE India, Sarnath, 5 th century CE Gupta period, Standing Buddha, sandstone, approx. 30”. Accession No.: India, Sarnath, 5 th century CE China, CE, Northern Qi, marble with polychromy. H 46”. Accession No.: China, CE Korea, 57 BCE-668 CE, Silla, bronze, approx. 7”, Accession No.: Korea, 57 BCE-668 CE

9 The Buddha on the Maritime Silk Road 9 Japan, 8 th Century CE, Nara, Seated Buddhabronze with traces of gilt, approx. 9.5”x 5.5”. Accession No.: Japan, 8 th Century CE Thailand, Sixth Century CE, probably Shri-Tep, sandstone, approx 45” Accession No.: Thailand, Sixth Century CE, probably Shri-Tep Burma, ca , Angkor Wat period, bronze, Buddha enthroned, approx. 10”. Accession No.: Burma, ca

10 Hanuman:Journey to the East? 10 Cambodia, , Koh Ker Style. Sandstone. Hanuman, approx. 43”h (over life size) Accession No.: Cambodia,


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