Istanbul: International Congress on Turkish and Central Asian Carpets, 1994. No illustrations. Brief abstracts of 91 lectures—some in English, some in Turkish—from the 1994 congress in Istanbul by leading authorities on all areas of the subject from design motif and dyes to collections and influence . Unillustrated.
Graz: Akademische Druck, 1978. Scholarly journal Volume 5 #4. German language article, "Ikat in Afghanistan" by Alfred Janata (10 pages, 27 color and 10 black and white). Also includes the articles: Remote Sensing of Afghanistan by J.F. Shroder (English/German); Horses and Women by A. Stucki (English); and Afghan Musical Instruments...
Istanbul: Istanbul Carpet Exporters' Association [IHIB], 2017. A colorful magazine devoted to contemporary and antique Turkish carpets. Articles on Anatolian kilim motifs, Anatolian rugs in Transylvanian churches, the Afghan Turkmen connection, the revival of Seljuk and Ottoman rugs in Anatolia, the evolution of rug retailing in America, the mihrab.
Concord: Archaeological Institute of America, 1928. Articles include: The Geographical Distribution of Pre-Greek Place Names by J.B. Haley; The Geographical Distribution of Prehistoric Remains in Greece by Carl W. Blegen; Basilica Aemilia by Walton Brooks McDaniels; A Metrical Inscription from the Necropolis of Eutresis by Hetty Goldman.
Tehran: Center for the Study of Central Asia and the Caucasus, 2000. Articles include: Russia and the Crisis of Northern Caucasus; Karabakh Crisis: Developments; The Challenge of US Caspian Sea Oil Policy; Oil Pollution in the Caspian Sea; An Overview of Linguistic Issues in the Azerbaijan Republic; A Look at...
Palo Alto: Armenian Rugs Society, 2013. Two lectures from the Armenian Rugs Society conference held in February 2013. The first is from Lauren Arnold on Oriental rugs in paintings (34:28 min) and the second is from master weaver Hratch Kozybeyokian (16:36 min). Also includes a slideshow from the conference.
Washington D.C. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution / Oxford Press, 1990. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution magazine publication by Oxford Press. Includes the article "A Common Thread: Japanese Ikat Textiles" by Amanda Mayer Stinchecum with 19 color plates and "Japanese Ceramics and Cuisine" by Louise Allison Cort.