A Master Lecture on "Embroidery Skills in Textile Archaeology"

January 11, 2019 Multifunction Room, B1 100 persons


Wang Yarong is a distinguished research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' Institute of Archaeology, the academic leader of Textile Archaeology, and the president of the Textile and Cultural Relics Committee of the China Cultural Relics Association. Wang has also served as a distinguished professor, master's tutor and doctoral tutor in the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology and Tainan National University of the Arts.


She presided over and participated in the cleaning, protecting and studying of textile relics unearthed in more than twenty archaeological sites such as the Changsha Mawangdui Han Dynasty Tomb in Hunan, the Jiangling Mashan No.1 Chu Tomb in Hubei, the Underground Palace of the Famen Temple in Shaanxi's Fufeng, the Xinjiang Niya Nobles Cemetery, the Beijing Laoshan Han Tomb, the Jing'an Lizhouao Eastern Zhou Dynasty Tomb in Jiangxi, and the Haihun Marquis Tomb in Jiangxi.


She has published more than twenty papers and monographs. From 1974 -1988, she served as an assistant to Shen Congwen, a famous Chinese writer and historian of cultural relics. With her help, Shen completed the arrangement, illustration and publishing of "The Study of Ancient Chinese Clothing and Ornaments." 

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