Details of previously published articles by Susan Conway.
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.