Videos Available

The Ermal Garinger Academic Resource Center has an interesting 12-part series on the Silk Road. All the titles listed below can be borrowed from the EGARC video library on VHS under call number HIST 039.

  • Silk Road I 01: Discoveries from the Deep
  • Silk Road I 02: Rome to the Red Sea
  • Silk Road I 03: Felix Arabia
  • Silk Road I 04: Sinbad's Boat
  • Silk Road I 05: West Coast of India Tales of the Cross
  • Silk Road I 06: Indian Pepper Coast
  • Silk Road I 07: Sri Lanka
  • Silk Road I 08: Across the Golden Peninsula
  • Silk Road I 09: Vietnam
  • Silk Road I 10: Gateway to China
  • Silk Road I 11: Junks are Sailing
  • Silk Road I 12: Journey's Beginning and Journey's End

The University of Kansas Libraries has video holdings available to students and faculty of the university.

  • Silk Road: an ancient world of adventure / a joint production of NHK (Japan) and CCTV (China)
    • Call #: DS712.S54 1990
  • Silk Road (from the series Great Journeys)
    • See the circulation desk to request this item
  • Si chou zhi lu (Chinese language)
    • Call #: DS793.N6 S63 1999

The Grant Goodman Library has a large collection of videos pertaining to East Asia including China, Mongolia, and Tibet. Videos with content related to the region are listed below:

  • Along the Silk Road
    • Call #: 13C
  • In Search of Genghis Khan
    • Call #: 1M
  • The Musical Steppes of Mongolia
    • Call #: 2M

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