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International Workshop University of Salzburg, History Department
May 11, 12 and 13
“Recovery of Traditional Technologies I: A Comparative Study of Past and Present Fermentation and Associated Distillation Technologies in Eurasia and Their Roots”

Organizer: Crossroads Research Centre, Salzburg

May 11, 2015 (Room: HS 382)

15.00–15.20: Welcome and Orientation

Archaeological Evidence from a Yuan Dynasty Tomb (Angela Schottenhammer, Salzburg University)

15.20–16.05: Fermentation, Distillation and the History of Science (Dagmar Schäfer, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin)

16.05–16.50: Seeking Perfection through Purification: the Role of Distillation in Islamic Medicine and Alchemy (Sara Nur Yıldız, Orient Institute, Istanbul)

16.50–17.35: The Earthly Path, from the Sacred to the Profane, of Ferments in New Galicia (María de la Paz Solano Pérez, Museo Regional de Guadalajara)

17.35–18.20: Five Types of Distillation Devices Based on Asiatic Stills Used for Mezcal Production in Mexico (Ana Valenzuela, Universidad de Guadalajara)

May 12, 2015

9.15, (Room: HS 381, Foyer): A Mongol-era Arabic-medicine Hospital Manual from China (Paul Buell, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Charité Berlin)

(Room: HS 389)

14.00–14.45: Drinking Traits and Culture of the Imperial Mongols in the Eyes of Observers and in a Multicultural Context (Dashdondog Bayarsaikhan, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbatar)

14.45–15.30: Probiotic Properties of Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated from Mongolian Fermented Mare’s Milk (Batdorj Batjargal, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbatar)

15.30–16.15: Peter Pallas and the Distilling of the Kalmucks: Accounts from the 18th century (Paul Buell, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Charité Berlin)

16.15–16.45: Break

16.45–17.30: Fermented Dairy Products: Methods of making Kazakh Qurts and its Health Benefits (Moldir Oskenbay, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty)

17.30–18.15: Traditions and Change: Distillation Technology and Mongol Korea (Hyunhee Park, Seoul National University, Seoul)

18.15–18.30: Closing Remarks (Paul Buell)

19.00: Reception

May 13, 2015 (Room: U10)

11.15–12.45: Gastrosophy in México (Ana Valenzuela, María de la Paz Solano Pérez) (Room: HS384)

14.00–17.00: Internal discussion, future prospects

Sponsors:

Eurasia Pacific Uninet (EPU), Vienna, Austria; History Department, University of Salzburg

Max Planck Institute, Berlin

McGill University, Canada

Horst Görtz Institute, Berlin

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