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Talk by E. Dick, Middlesex University on 'The Politics and Aesthetics of Textiles on the Silk Road’

When Oct 30, 2020
from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Where Zoom
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Cambridge Central Asia Forum in collaboration with the Centre of Development Studies and GCRF COMPASS invites you to a talk by

    Dr Emma Dick, Middlesex University London


    on

    'The Politics and Aesthetics of Textiles on the Silk Road’

    Date: 30 October 2020

    Time: 11-1pm

    Venue: Webinar (Zoom link on request from pk315@cam.ac.uk)


    Biography: Emma Dick is Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture, Fashion at
    Middlesex University and Director of Projects & Training for SPINNA
    Circle, a non-profit organisation working to empower women in fashion
    and textiles globally.  Her research practice aims to bring together the
    disciplines of textiles, business, and development and is often focused
    geographically in Asia (Bhutan, Turkey, Central and South-East Asia). 
    She is interested in how issues of the postcolonial collide with ideas
    of the postmodern to foreground issues of ethics and appropriation in
    cross-border trade and the global business of fashion.

    Everyone is welcome.


    Please RSVP with Prajakti Kalra (pk315@cam.ac.uk) for Webinar link to
    attend the talk.