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Minerals in a Song Dynasty tea bowl glaze from Fujian Province, China. Glaze studies reveal how potters skillfully manipulated raw materials and fabrication methods to produce specific aesthetic effects.
The Laboratory for Analysis of Cultural Materials is dedicated to the study and interpretation of cultural materials from around the world. Our current focus is on experimenting with innovative image analysis methods to characterize ceramic, stone, metal, and glass materials; and incorporating intangible cultural heritage with materials analysis. Laboratory work is enhanced by ethnographic field work. Major goals are to understand geographic variations and changes over time in how people make and use material culture; understand production methods, object functions, intent, and values expressed by material culture; identify mechanisms of deterioration; and develop and test new preservation methods.
For more information, contact Dr. Chandra L. Reedy, laboratory director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Laboratory maintains some online tutorials and technical resources.
Some of the current and recent Laboratory projects include:
Micro-CT with 3D Image Analysis of Pores in Historic Bricks and Ceramics
Innovative Ceramic Traditions of Sichuan Province, China
Great Wares of Song Dynasty, China
Image Analysis of Archaeological Ceramic Thin Sections
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