JAIC 1991, Volume 30, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 13 to 34)
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JAIC 1991, Volume 30, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 13 to 34)




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CHANDRA L. REEDY is an assistant professor in the Art Conservation Program of the University of Delaware and coordinator of its new Ph.D. program in art conservation research. She was previously employed as a scientist at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Conservation Center. She received her graduate training at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she received her Ph.D. from the interdisciplinary Archaeology Program with specializations in materials analysis of art and archaeological objects and in the South Asian region. She has done fieldwork in north India and maintains research interests in the history of Tibetan art, material culture, and religion. Address: Art Conservation Department, University of Delaware, 303 Old College, Newark, Del. 19716.

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