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Through this series of events, we hope to bring together curators, librarians, conservation specialists, faculty, and graduate students in a rewarding, in-depth exploration of the rich heritage of Silk Road collections in North America. Michelle Wang introducing the speakers, Roland Lin (UNESCO) and Susan Whitfield (IDP), and discussant, Keith Wilson (Freer-Sackler Galleries) at an event given as part of the Critical Silk Road Seminar at Georgetown University.Since its start in July 2016, the Georgetown-IDP project on North American Collections has made great progress thanks to generous support from the Luce Foundation and active participation of over thirty institutions.In addition, I contacted most institutions listed in the American Alliance of Museums.
He was appointed by the Carnegie Institution of Washington to assist Professor William M.
Davis (1850-1934) of Harvard University on an expedition (1903-04) led by Raphael Pumpelly (1837-1923). Barrett (1871-1969), Davis’s wealthy student and funder of the expedition (Chorley 2009: 282).
Ding Ye, Asian Studies librarian in Lauinger Library, has been instrumental in tracking down specialized research materials pertaining to the material culture of the Silk Road.
Former Art and Art History librarian Anna Simon was particularly helpful in publicizing and supporting the project in its early stages.
It is with great pleasure that I present the following summary of this ongoing project in this special issue of IDP News, made possible by the Dunhuang Foundation US.