I’m spending Sunday & Monday, Nov 21/22 here at the Orrington for the Digital Humanities and Computer Science Colloquium. Yesterday I had the privilege of co-presenting with Dr. Susan Whitfield of the British Library and the Director of the International Dunhuang Project. The Slide show is a manual advance – click through the QTime slide show below…

Along the Silk Road: Towards a  topic based world wide virtual image repository
Susan Whitfield (British Library) and Harlan Wallach (Northwestern University)

Susan Whitfield is Director of the International Dunhuang Project, British Library, and author of several books, including Life along the Silk Road (1999) Aurel Stein on the Silk Road (2004), and the catalogue for the British Library’s Silk Road exhibition, which she helped organize in 2004: The Silk Road: Trade, Travel, War and Faith.

Harlan Wallach, Media Architect, Northwestern University, has worked extensively in China developing mural digitization techniques with the Dunhuang Academy, and other cultural heritage academies. Co-editor of “Images of Shuilu’an” published in 2010 details the collaborative project documenting the Shuilu’an Temple in Xian with the Shaanxi Conservation Academy

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