Institutional Settings (Silk Road): April 9, 2015

Institutional Settings: April 9, 2015 

Roland Lin Chih-Hung, Programme Specialist, Asia and Pacific Unit, UNESCO
“Heritage Conservation, International Cooperation, and Capacity Development: UNESCO’s Recent Projects for the Silk Roads Serial and Transnational World Heritage Nomination in Central Asia”

Susan Whitfield, Director, International Dunhuang Project, British Library
“Defining a Cultural Silk Road for Today: IDP and Negotiating the Landscape of International Collaboration”

Discussant: J. Keith Wilson, Curator of Ancient Chinese Art, Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution