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Following the Silk Road


Dwight Reynolds, professor of Arabic language and literature at UCSB’s department of religious studies, will present “The Silk Road: How Products and Ideas From the East Reshaped Western Civilization,” Thursday February 22 at 5:30 p.m. in the Karpeles Manuscript Library at 21 W. Anapamu Street. Professor Reynolds will explore some of the ideas and products from the dynamic network and trade routes of the Silk Road which most dramatically changed Western thought and Civilization. The lecture is part of the special series event Exploring the Silk Road: History, Culture and Social Exchange in conjunction with the Silk Road Project Residency at UCSB.

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