ReOrienting Medicine on the Silk Roads

June 02, 2022 00:38:28
ReOrienting Medicine on the Silk Roads
Buddhist Studies Footnotes
ReOrienting Medicine on the Silk Roads

Jun 02 2022 | 00:38:28

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Frances Garrett Tony Scott

Show Notes

A conversation with Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim on her ground-breaking 2021 book, ReOrienting Histories of Medicine: Encounters along the Silk Roads. Ronit's research on Eurasian medical history illuminates cross-cultural interactions and transmissions of knowledge, drawing on medieval manuscripts from Dunhuang, Kucha, the Cairo Genizah and Tabriz.

See more about this book at https://www.bloomsbury.com/ca/reorienting-histories-of-medicine-9781472512574/ .

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