Details of previously published articles by Susan Conway.
Conflict and Betrayal: Negotiations at the end of British rule in the Shan States of Burma (Myanmar).Published in ‘Monarchies and Decolonisation in Asia’, Manchester University Press (at press, 2020).The Politics of Court Dress and Textiles: Power in a Tai World.Published in Arts of Asia, May/June 2014 pp. 124 - 131.'Shan Textiles' in the book Eclectic Collecting (edited by Dr Alexandra Green).NUS Press, Singapore, 2008.The golden threads that bind:Once traded as pawns in princely negotiations, skilled Shan artisans have a history dating back centuries.Article for Thai Airways' Sawasdee magazine, August 2007Lan Na Court Dress in the 19th Century.James W. Thompson Textile Symposium, Bangkok, Thailand 1999.Bihar Quilting and Northeast Thai Weaving: a Comparative Study of Status Textile History, Vol. 30(1).1999.Textiles, Communication and Empowerment: A Women's Development Project ETN Conference and Textile Celebration, Manchester Metropolitan University.1996.Textiles, Traditions and the Marketplace Text Vol. 24.1996.Textiles, women and citizenship in rural Bihar, India Quilters Review, No. 22.1996.Textile Research: An Integrated Approach Text Vol. 21.1994.‘Power Dressing’ exhibition review.See: ‘Textiles with Attitude in Sawaddi Asian Arts and Culture, First Quarter, Bangkok 2005’The British Council Gallery, Siam Square, Bangkok. 21st May to 11th June 1982.