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Left: PSP student Aidi Bao assessing wall paintings in Qinglong Temple, Jishan,
Shanxi Province, China. Right: PSP student Sanchita Balachandran examining ancient Greek ceramics.
Recent dissertation topics in our Preservation Studies Doctoral Program exemplify current issues in diversity, conservation history, community outreach, and international studies. These include: LaMar Gayles on the material culture and history of African American jewelry; LaStarsha McGarity on the history and care of HBCU collections; Michele Facini on management and leadership in conservation, exemplified by NIC/Heritage Preservation; Maddie Hagerman on objects conservation history; Mollie Gleeson on the therapeutic potential for conservation following disasters; Anisha Gupta on people-powered conservation and decolonizing collections care, and Aidi Bao on the making and collecting of Guqin (Chinese musical instruments) in late Ming China 1500-1700.
Information about each student's previous and current research can be accessed via the links on the left.
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