Posted by Mike Tschebull on July 26, 1999 at 06:15:21:
In Reply to: Re: First reaction posted by Jerry Silverman on July 25, 1999 at 21:26:51:
: : On point 2, above, I'm not totally sure what is meant, but indeed, the Shahsavan do say they don't have a history of pile rug weaving, and that is evident from fieldwork done. For more on this subject, read Richard Tapper's article in the last Hali, and/or his most recent book on the subject, and excerpts from my field notes, also in Hali. The reference to my opinion on Shahsavan pile weaving can only be based on reading my letter to Ghereh and the response by the editor, since my paper on the subject, given in Tehran in 1996, is unpublished. It's not a B/W issue; a measured opinion on this subject has all kinds of nuances; to have valid one requires quite a bit of familiarity with anthropology - gained by reading - and fieldwork. I'll address the issue of opinions/fieldwork/nuance at ICOC in Milan.
: Dear Mike,
: This is what is known in the ad biz as the Classic Tease.
Gotta drum up business for ICOC, overpriced though it may be. Please attend, you all.
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