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University of Delaware323 Alison HallNewark, DE 19716<div class="ExternalClassA6FCB22156634C91A3187D2F9B040823"><p>Chandra L. Reedy serves as a Professor in the Biden School, and as  Director of its Center for Historic Architecture & Design (CHAD). She also maintains the Laboratory for Analysis of Cultural Materials in CHAD. She holds a joint appointment in the Department of Art History, and is an affiliated faculty member in the Anthropology Department, Asian Studies Program, Center for Global and Area Studies, and Winterthur Program in American Material Culture. <br></p><p>Her main interests lie in the preservation of traditional technologies and their associated materials and intangible cultural heritage. She likes to combine ethnographic fieldwork with laboratory analysis. Most of her fieldwork has been done in Asia, most recently China (primarily Sichuan Province); her laboratory analyses focus especially on various microscopy and image analysis techniques.<br></p><p> </p></div><div class="ExternalClass10598A585B9C4A59A6B94F37C9DF5BAC"><p><strong>Teaching Positions:</strong></p><p>Professor, University of Delaware, 2001-present. Primary appointment: School of Public Policy and Administration (Center for Historic Architecture and Design); Joint and affiliated appointments: Asian Studies, Art History, Anthropology, Center for Global and Area Studies, and Winterthur Program in American Material Culture. Past appointments: Museum Studies, Art Conservation.</p><p>Associate Professor, University of Delaware, 1994-2001 (tenured 1994).  </p><p>Assistant Professor, University of Delaware, 1989-1994.</p><p>Visiting Lecturer, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Art History and Archaeology program (joint appointment), 1988.</p><p><strong>Current Courses Taught:</strong></p><p>UAPP644: Grantsmanship and Proposal Writing</p><p>UAPP428/627: World Heritage Sites</p><p>ARTH237: Art of Tibet</p><p><strong>Research and Administrative Positions:</strong></p><p>Visiting Researcher, Key Scientific Research Base of Ancient Ceramics (The Palace Museum), State Administration of Cultural Heritage, People's Republic of China, 2012-2016.</p><p>Guest Fellow, Palace Museum Research Center for Tibetan Buddhist Heritage, 2009-2010.</p><p>Director, Center for Historic Architecture and Design, University of Delaware, 2017-present.</p><p>Director, Certificate Program in Historic Preservation, University of Delaware, 2017-present.</p><p>Director, Laboratory for Analysis of Cultural Materials, University of Delaware, 1998-present.</p><p>Co-Curator, The Computing Museum at the University of Delaware, 2006-2008<strong>.</strong></p><p>Director, Ph.D. Program in Art Conservation Research, University of Delaware, 1989-2003.</p><p>Associate Research Scientist, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1988-1989.</p><p>Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellow, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Conservation Center, 1985-1988.</p><p><strong>Recent Fieldwork:</strong></p><p>Sichuan Province, China: October, 2017; July, 2014; April 2014; March-April 2011.</p><p>Japan (Nagoya area, and Akita Prefecture): August and December, 2013.</p><p>Amdo region of eastern Tibet (Aba Tibetan and Qiang Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China) and Lhasa (Tibet Autonomous Region, China): May-June 2007; October 2008; May-June 2009.</p><p>Dharamsala (Himachal Pradesh, northern India): March-April 2006.</p><p><strong>Editorial Boards:</strong></p><p>Editor-in-Chief, <em>Studies in Conservation</em>, 2010-present    </p><p>Editor-in-Chief, <em>Journal of the American Institute for Conservation</em>, 1995-2003</p><p>Associate Editor, <em>Archaeometry</em>, 1995-2000</p><p><strong>External Workshops Presented:</strong></p><p><em>Thin-Section Petrography of Stone and Ceramic Cultural Materials</em>, sponsored by the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., July 2009; repeated for National Center for Preservation Technology and Training/National Park Service, Shepherdstown, National Training Center, West Virginia, March 2012 and Natchitoches, Louisiana, March 2013; in March 2016, Phoenix Arizona, for National Park Service; in March 2018 for APSARA Ancient Ceramic Storage Study Center, Siem Reap, Cambodia, and in November 2019 at Palace Museum, Beijing, China as part of a two-week training course on Scientific Approaches to Ceramics and Glass Conservation.</p><p><em>Scientific Methodology for Conservation Treatment Selection</em>, sponsored by the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, St. Paul, Minnesota, June 1995; repeated for the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, San Diego, California, June 1997, for the Washington Conservation Guild and the National Park Service, Shepherdstown National Training Center, West Virginia, December 1999; for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, September 2000; for Rochester Institute of Technology (Image Permanence Institute), January 2004; for the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works in Minneapolis, June 2005; for the Library of Congress and National Archives, May 2008, and for the Library of Congress Preservation and Research Division, September, 2010. Recorded as a Webinar for National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, July 2016, available at: <a href="https://www.ncptt.nps.gov/blog/scientific-method-and-experimental-design/">https://www.ncptt.nps.gov/blog/scientific-method-and-experimental-design/</a></p><p><em>Conservation of Historic Glass and Stained Glass</em> (co-instructor for glass science with conservators Mary Clerkin Higgins, Julie Reilly, and Deborah Long), Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center, Omaha, Nebraska, July 1998. Sponsored by National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.</p><p><em>Recent Advances in the Conservation of Silver</em> (co-instructor for metals science with conservators Deborah Long and Julie Reilly), Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center, Omaha, Nebraska, August 2000. Sponsored by National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.</p><p><em>Writing and Publishing Journal Articles </em>(co-instructor with Barbara Appelbaum and Deborah Bede), New York University, November 2001. Sponsored by the American Institute for Conservation and the Textile Specialty Group of the AIC.<strong> </strong>Repeated in Miami, June 2002; and Washington, D.C., June 2003. Incorporated as part of a Webinar for International Institute for Conservation, November 2019</p><p><strong>Selected Recent External Grants:</strong></p><p>2019-2020, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior), <em>Enhanced Documentation and Analysis of Porosity in Deteriorated Historic Bricks for Preservation Studies</em></p><p>2016-2017, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, <em>Factors Supporting Experimentation at Highly Innovative Ethnographic Pottery Production Sites</em></p><p>2013-2015, National Science Foundation (Catalyzing New International Collaborations), <em>U.S. China Planning Visit: Roots of Technological Innovation and Change in Ceramic Traditions of Sichuan Province</em></p><p>2013-2015, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior), <em>Simple Rapid Corrosion Tests with Quantitative Image Analysis for Materials Preservation</em></p><p>2012-2015, Key Scientific Research Base of Ancient Ceramics (The Palace Museum), State Administration of Cultural Heritage, People's Republic of China, <em>Petrographic and Digital Image Analysis of Ceramic Thin Sections from the Five Classic Wares of Song Dynasty</em></p><p>2011-2014, National Science Foundation (Archaeometry Program), <em>Calibration of Digital Image Analysis Protocols for Archaeological Ceramics</em></p><p>2009-2011, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, (National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior), <em>Development of Web-Accessible Training in Thin-Section Petrography of Cultural Materials</em></p><p>2003-2006, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior), <em>Thin-Section Petrography of Cultural Materials</em></p><p>2002-2004, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior), <em>Image Analysis of Petrographic Thin Sections in Preservation Studies</em></p><p>2000-2006, American Institute for Conservation, Samuel H. Kress Publication  Fellowship, <em>Thin Section Petrography of Cultural Materials</em></p></div><div class="ExternalClass8F70DBDF7D1A449391B86099F011279A"><h4><strong>Authored or co-auth</strong><strong>ored academic books:</strong></h4><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2008. <em>Thin-Section Petrography of Stone and Ceramic Cultural Material</em>s. London: Archetype Publications, 256 pages.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1997.<em> Himalayan Bronzes: Technology, Style, and Choices</em>. London and Newark: University of Delaware Press, 341 pages.</p><p>Terry J. Reedy and Chandra L. Reedy. 1992. <em>Principles of Experimental Design for Art Conservation Research</em>. Malibu: J. Paul Getty Trust, 114 pages. Republished in updated electronic edition by Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, 2008, 123 pages.</p><p>Terry J. Reedy and Chandra. L. Reedy. 1988. <em>Statistical Analysis in Art Conservation Research</em>. Research in Conservation series, No. 1. Malibu: J. Paul Getty Trust, 106 pages.</p><h4> <br></h4><h4><strong>Edited volumes:</strong></h4><p>Aaron Shugar, Pamela Vandiver, Chandra L. Reedy, and Stavroula Golfomitsou, editors. <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology XI (Series of four special issues of MRS Advances)</em>. 2017. New York: Cambridge University Press and the Materials Research Society, 456 pages.</p><p>Pamela B. Vandiver, Weidong Li, Jose Luis Ruvalcaba Sil, Chandra L. Reedy, and Lesley D. Frame, editors. 2011. <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology IX</em>. Materials Research Society Vol. 1319. New York: Cambridge University Press, 385 pages.</p><p>Eric F. Hansen and Chandra L. Reedy. 1994. <em>Research Priorities in Art and Architectural Conservation</em>. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation, 180 pages.</p><h4> </h4><h4><strong>Refereed Journal Articles and Academic Book Chapters:</strong></h4><p>Chandra L. Reedy. Forthcoming 2021. Body Relics in Tibetan and Mongolian Traditions. In: <em>Studies of Chinese Lacquer Buddhas,</em> edited by Donna Strahan and Blythe McCarthy. Washington DC: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. Forthcoming 2021. The Disappearing Technology and Products of Tibetan Village Blacksmiths. In: <em>Materiality of Metals, Pigments and Dyes</em>, edited by Lynn Dodd and Ioanna Kakoulli. Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, UCLA.</p><p>Manon Castelle and Chandra Reedy. Forthcoming 2021. Core Analysis. In <em>Guidelines for the Technical Examination of Bronze Sculpture</em>, edited by David Bourgarit, Peta Motture, Jane Bassett, Francesca Bewer, and Arlen Heginbotam. Vol. 2, Chapter 7. Los Angeles: Getty Publications.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. Forthcoming 2020. Technological Style and Analysis of Kandyan Sculpture. In: <em>A Legacy of Kings: The Kandyan and Colonial Period Buddhist Art of Sri Lanka, </em>edited by John Listopad. Phoenix: Phoenix Art Museum.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. Forthcoming 2020. 3D Documentation and Analysis of Porosity in Deteriorated Historic Brick. <em>Studies in Conservation</em>. Vol. 65, No. S2.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2019. Images of Conflict and Recovery at the Tibetan Buddhist Monastery of Kangwu. In: <em>Indology's Pulse: Arts in Context, </em>edited by Corinna Wessels-Mevissen and Gerd J. R. Mevissen. New Delhi: Aryan Books International, pp. 417-430.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2018. Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) in Conservation. In: <em>The </em><em>Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, </em>edited by Sandra L López Varela. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons. Vol. 3, doi:<a href="https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119188230.saseas0502">10.1002/9781119188230.saseas0502</a>.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2018. Petrography and Ceramics. In: <em>The </em><em>Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, </em>edited by Sandra L. López Varela. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons. Vol. 3, doi:<a href="https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119188230.saseas0449">10.1002/9781119188230.saseas0449</a>.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Nicholas J. Kivi, and Pamela B. Vandiver. 2018. Technological Achievements of the Xiba Kiln of Leshan City, Sichuan Province. In <em>2018 International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics – It's Scientific and Technological Insights, </em>edited by Chen Shiping. Shanghai: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, pp. 68-77.</p><p>Pamela B. Vandiver, Patrick Horrocks, He Ting, and Chandra Reedy. 2018. Strength, Toughness and Microsctructure of Ceramic Composite Tools, Stoves and Cookware from Ancient Mesopotamia and Continuing Traditions from Sichuan. In <em>2018 International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics – It's Scientific and Technological Insights, </em>edited by Chen Shiping. Shanghai: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, pp. 11-22.</p><p>Cara L. Reedy and Chandra L. Reedy. 2017. Making Traditional Pottery Sustainable Today: Three Case Studies in Akita Prefecture, Japan. In:<em> Inventive Approaches and Explorations in Ceramic Studies</em>, edited by Sandra L López Varela. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 129-143.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Pamela B. Vandiver, Ting He, and Ying Xu. 2017. Talc-rich Black Tibetan Pottery of Derge County, Sichuan Province, China. <em>MRS Advances, </em>Vol. 2, Issue 35-36, pp. 1943-1968.<em> </em></p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Pamela B. Vandiver, Ting He, Ying Xu, and Yanyu Wang. 2017. Research into Coal-clay Composite Ceramics of Sichuan Province, China. <em>MRS Advances,</em> Vol. 2, Issue 37-38, pp. 2043-2079.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2017. Incorporating Image Analysis into Ceramic Thin-Section Petrography. In: <em>Twenty-Year Retrospective of National Center for Preservation Technology and Training Sponsored Archeology</em>, edited by Tad Britt. Natchitoches, LA: NCPTT, pp. 47-54.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Jenifer Anderson, and Terry J. Reedy. 2017. Quantitative Porosity Studies of Archaeological Ceramics by Petrographic Image Analysis. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology X</em>, edited by Pamela B. Vandiver, Weidong Li, Philippe Sciau, and Christopher Maines. Materials Research Society Vol. 1656. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 337-353. (Originally published in online proceedings in 2014 at doi# 10.1557/opl.2014.711).</p><p>MaryFran Heinsch, Pamela B. Vandiver, Kyra Lyublyanovics, Alice M. Choyke, Chandra Reedy, Perry Tourtellotte, and Claudia Chang. 2017. Ceramics at the Emergence of the Silk Road: A Case of Village Potters from Southeastern Kazakhstan during the Late Iron Age. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology X</em>, edited by Pamela B. Vandiver, Weidong Li, Philippe Sciau, and Christopher Maines. Materials Research Society Vol. 1656. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp, 251-281. (Originally published in online proceedings in 2015 at doi# 10.1557/opl.2015.841).</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2016. Petrographic and Image Analysis of Thin Sections of Classic Wares of Song Dynasty. In: <em>Proceedings of International Symposium on </em><em>Science and Technology of Five Great Wares of the Song Dynasty</em>, edited by Ningchang Shi and Jianmin Miao. Beijing: Science Press, pp. 381-390<em>.</em></p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, He Ting, and Wang Yanyu. 2015. The Last Potter of Aba Tibetan and Qiang Prefecture in Jinchuan County, Sichuan Province, China. In <em>2015 International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics – It's Scientific and Technological Insights, </em>edited by Chen Shiping. Shanghai: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, pp. 109-112.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Pamela B. Vandiver, He Ting, Ying Xu, and Wang Yanyu. 2015. Preliminary Investigation of the Coal-Clay Composite Ceramics of Sichuan Province, China. In: <em>2015 International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics – It's Scientific and Technological Insights</em>, edited by Chen Shiping. Shanghai: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, pp. 113-116.</p><p>Pamela B. Vandiver and Chandra L. Reedy. 2015. Studies of Technology and Crystal Growth in Black 'Hare's Fur' and 'Oil Spot' Ceramics from Jianyang Province. In: <em>2015 International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics – It's Scientific and Technological Insights</em>, edited by Chen Shiping. Shanghai: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, pp. 48-51.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Jenifer Anderson, Terry J. Reedy, and Yimeng Liu. 2014. Image Analysis in Quantitative Particle Studies of Archaeological Ceramic Thin Sections. <em>Advances in Archaeological Practice</em>, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 252-268.</p><p>Pamela B. Vandiver and Chandra L. Reedy. 2014. Traditional Craftsmanship and Technology of Jianyang Black Wares from Fujian, China. <em>Studies in Conservation</em>, Vol. 59, No. S1, pp. 169-172.</p><p>Elizabeth S. Goins, Christopher Egert, Andrew Phelps, Chandra Reedy, and Joel Kinkaid. 2013. Modding the Humanitites: Experiments in Historic Narratives. <em>Journal of Interactive Humanities</em>, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 13-21.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2012. Image Analysis-Aided Light Microscopy of Glazed Ceramics: Identifying Technological Innovation and Style. <em>Studies in Conservation</em>, Vol. 57, No. S1, pp. 227-233 (special issue on Contributions to the Vienna Congress on Decorative Arts).</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2012. Image Analysis-aided Thin-Section Petrography of Archaeological Ceramics. In: <em>ISAC'12: Ancient Ceramics: Scientific and Technological Insights</em>, edited by L. Wang, J. Zhou, and S. Chen. Jingdezhen: Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, pp. 203-205.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2011. Technological Tradition and Change in Tibetan Silversmithing Techniques in Songpan, Sichuan Province, China. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology IX</em>, edited by Pamela B. Vandiver, Weidong Li, Jose Luis Ruvalcaba Sil, Chandra L. Reedy, and Lesley D. Frame. Materials Research Society Vol. 1319. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 127-135.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2009. Research on Technological Style in Studies of Tibetan and Sino-Tibetan Art. In: <em>Studies on Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Art</em>, edited by Jisheng Xie, Wenhua Luo, and Anning Jing. Shanghai: Shanghai Century Publishing Company Limited and Shanghai Guji Press, pp. 545-564.       </p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2009. Seeing History: Rediscovering the Art of Tibet through Modern Imaging Technology. <em>Glimpse: the Art & Science of Seeing</em>, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 56-67.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2009. What Defines a Simhanada Avalokiteshvara (Sen-ge-sgra sPyan-ras-gzigs) Image. In: <em>Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Art Studies</em>. The Fourth International Conference on Tibetan Archaeology & Arts. Beijing, Capitol Normal University, pp. 343-51.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2008. Preserving Intangible Aspects of Cultural Materials: Bonpo Crafts of Amdo, Eastern Tibet. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology VIII</em>, edited by Pamela B. Vandiver, Blythe McCarthy, Robert H. Tykot, Jose Luis Ruvalcaba Sil, and Francesca Casadio. Materials Research Society Vol. 1047. Pittsburgh: Materials Research Society, pp. 331-51.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Pieter Meyers. 2007. New Methods for Analyzing Thin Sections of Casting Core Materials: A Case Study with Southeast Asian Bronzes. In: <em>Scientific Research on the Sculptural Arts of Asia,</em> edited by Janet Douglas, Paul Jett, and John Winter. London: Archetype, pp. 191-212.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Sherry Harlacher. 2007. Elemental Composition of Sri Lankan Bronzes: Technological Style and Change. In: <em>Scientific Research on the Sculptural Arts of Asia, </em>edited by Janet Douglas, Paul Jett, and John Winter. London: Archetype, pp. 61-72.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2006. Review of Digital Image Analysis of Petrographic Thin Sections in Conservation Research. <em>Journal of the American Institute for Conservation</em>, Vol. 45, No. 2, pp. 127-146.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2006. Multiple Functions and Multiple Histories of Tibetan <em>Tsha-Tshas</em> (Votive Clay Images). <em>Studies in Conservation, </em>Vol. 51, No. S2, pp. 144-150.</p><p>Judith J. Bischoff, Jason A. Bustamente, Chandra L. Reedy, Richard A. Corbett, and Marc S. Walton. 2004. From an Idea of Creativity to a Product of Reliability: Update of Research on Electrochemical Testing of Exhibit and Storage Materials. <em>Objects Specialty Group Postprints</em>, Vol. 10, pp. 11-21.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Sachin Kamboj. 2003. Comparing Comprehensive Image Analysis Packages: Research with Stone and Ceramic Thin Sections. In: <em>Developing a Web-Accessible Reference Library of Deteriorated Fibers, </em>edited by Jane Merritt. Harpers Ferry, WV: National Park Service, pp. 159-166.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 2003. New Evidence for the Historical Context of Buddhist Bronzes from Swat Valley, Northern Pakistan. In: <em>Scientific Research in the Field of Asian Art</em>, edited by Paul Jett with Janet Douglas, Blythe McCarthy, and John Winter. London: Archetype Publications, pp. 134-140.</p><p>Billie Milam Weisman and Chandra L. Reedy. 2002. Technical Studies on Renaissance Bronzes. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology VI</em>, edited by P. Vandiver, James R. Druzik, Jennifer L. Mass, and Martha Goodway. Materials Research Society Vol. 712. Pittsburgh: Materials Research Society, pp. 483-495.</p><p>Elizabeth Goins and Chandra L. Reedy. 2000. The Application of Image Analysis to Thin-Section Examination in Objects and Architectural Conservation. <em>Objects Specialty Group Postprints</em>, Vol. 7, pp. 122-137.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Richard A. Corbett, Deborah L. Long, Robert E. Tatnall, and Bradley D. Krantz. 1999. Evaluation of Three Protective Coatings for Indoor Silver Artifacts. <em>Objects Specialty Group Postprints</em>, Vol. 6, pp. 41-69.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy, Richard A. Corbett, and Martin Burke. 1998. Electrochemical Tests as Alternatives to Current Methods for Assessing Effects of Exhibition Materials on Metal Artifacts. <em>Studies in Conservation</em>, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 183-196.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1997. Technical Studies of Gandharan Art. In: <em>Gandharan Art in Context: East-West Exchanges at the Crossroads of Asia, </em>edited by Raymond Allchin, Bridget Allchin, Neil Kreitman, and Elizabeth Errington. Cambridge and New Delhi: Ancient India and Iran Trust and Regency Publications, pp. 267-283. </p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1997. Analysis of the Clay Cores. In: <em>The Sacred Sculpture of Thailand: The Alexander B. Griswold Collection of the Walters Art Gallery</em>, edited by H. W. Woodward, Jr. Baltimore: The Walters Art Gallery, pp. 266-277.</p><p>Marianne Weldon, Janice Carlson, Chandra Reedy, and Charles Swann. 1996. Application of PIXE to the Study of Renaissance Style Enamelled Gold Jewelry. <em>Nuclear Instrumental Methods in Physics Research, B: Beam Interactions with Materials & Atoms</em>, Vol. 109/10, pp. 653-657.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1996. Tibetan Bronzes: Technical Observations. <em>Marg.</em> Vol. XLV11, No. 4, pp. 78-93. Reprinted as a chapter in <em>On the Path to Void: Buddhist Art of the Tibetan Realm</em>, edited by Pratapaditya Pal. Bombay: Marg Publications, pp. 162-177.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1996. Optical Mineralogy. In: <em>Excavations at Anshan (Tal-e Malyan): The Middle Elamite Period</em>, edited by Elizabeth Carter. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum, pp. 109-112.</p><p>Janice Leoshko and Chandra L. Reedy. 1994. Interdisciplinary Research on Provenance of Eastern Indian Bronzes: Preliminary Findings. <em>South Asian Studies</em>, Vol. 10, pp. 25-35.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1996. Tibetan Sculpture. In: <em>The Dictionary of Art</em>, edited by Jane Turner. London and New York, Macmillan and Grove, Vol. 30, pp. 821-827.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Terry J. Reedy. 1994. Relating Visual and Technological Styles in Tibetan Sculpture Analysis. <em>World Archaeology</em>, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 304-320.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1994. Thin Section Petrography in Studies of Cultural Materials. <em>Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, </em>Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 115-129.</p><p>Terry J. Reedy and Chandra L. Reedy. 1994. Statistical Analysis in Conservation Science. <em>Archaeometry</em>, Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 1-23.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1993. The Role of a Ph.D. Degree in the Education of a Conservator. In: <em>ICOM Committee for Conservation 10th Triennial Meeting Preprints</em>, edited by Janet Bridgland. Paris: ICOMCC, pp. 738-742.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1992. Religious and Ethical Issues in the Study and Conservation of Tibetan Sculpture. <em>Journal of the American Institute for Conservation</em>, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 41-50 .</p><p>Terry J. Reedy and Chandra L. Reedy. 1992. Evaluating Lead Isotope Data: Comments . . . IV. <em>Archaeometry</em>, Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 287-289.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1992. The Materials and Technology of Gandharan and Related Copper-based Sculptures; Gandharan and Related Silver and Gold Objects;Petrographic Analysis of Gandharan Stone Sculptures; and Terracotta Technology of Gandharan and Related Sculptures. In: <em>From the Crossroads of Asia: Transformation in Image and Symbol</em>, edited by E. Errington and J. Cribb. Cambridge: Ancient India and Iran Trust, pp. 241-287.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. The Opening of Consecrated Tibetan Bronzes with Interior Contents: Scholarly, Conservation, and Ethical Considerations. <em>Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, </em>Vol 30, No. 1, pp. 13-34.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. Petrographic Analysis of Casting Core Materials for Provenance Studies of Copper Alloy Sculptures. <em>Archeomaterials</em>, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 121-163.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. Archaeometallurgy: Medieval Bronzes of the Himalayan Mountain Kingdoms. <em>JOM (Journal of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society</em>), Vol. 43, No. 12, pp. 6-9.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. A Tibetan Text on Metalworking from the Collected Writings of 'Ju Mi-pham. <em>Historical Metallurgy</em>, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 37-46.</p><p>Terry J. Reedy and Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. The Statistical Analysis of Lead Isotope Data in Provenance Studies. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology II</em>, edited by Pamela B. Vandiver, James Druzik, and George S. Wheeler. Materials Research Society Vol. 185. Pittsburgh: Materials Research Society, pp. 39-48.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. Technical Analysis of Sculpture for Economic Studies of Past Societies. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology II</em>, edited by Pamela B. Vandiver, James Druzik, and George S. Wheeler. Materials Research Society Vol. 185. Pittsburgh: Materials Research Society, pp. 643-648.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1991. Two Himalayan Examples of the Accomplished Heroic Mañjuśri Image. <em>Oriental Art</em>, Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 35-41.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Eric F. Hansen. 1991. Research Priorities and Treatment Trials in Paper Conservation. <em>The Book and Paper Group Annual</em>, Vol. 10, pp. 196-204.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1989. Copper Alloy Casting and Decorating Technology. In: <em>Art and Architecture of Ancient Kashmir</em>, edited by Pratapaditya Pal. Bombay: Marg Publications, pp. 95-104.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Terry J. Reedy. 1988. Lead Isotope Analysis for Provenance Studies in the Aegean Region: A Re-evaluation. In: <em>Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology</em>, edited by Edward V. Sayre, Pamela B. Vandiver, James R. Druzik, and Christopher Stevenson. Materials Research Society Vol. 123. Pittsburgh: Materials Research Society, pp. 65-70.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1988. Determining Region of Origin of Himalayan Copper Alloy Statues Through Technical Analysis. In: <em>A Pot-Pourri of Indian Art</em>, edited by Pratapaditya Pal. Bombay: Marg Publications, pp. 75-98. </p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Terry J. Reedy. 1987. Statistical Analysis in Iconographic Interpretation: The Function of Mudrās at Tapho, a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery. <em>American Anthropologist</em>, Vol. 89, No. 3, pp. 635-649. </p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1987. Modern Statues and Traditional Methods: A Casting Workshop in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh. <em>Expedition</em>, Vol 29, No. 3, pp. 47-54.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1987. Tibetan Art as an Expression of North Indian Tantric Buddhism. In: <em>Himalayas at a Crossroads: Portrait of a Changing World</em>, edited by Deepak Shimkhada. Pasadena: Pacific Asia Museum, pp. 35-60.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy and Pieter Meyers. 1987. An Interdisciplinary Method for Employing Technical Data to Determine Regional Provenance of Copper Alloy Statues. In: <em>Recent Advances in the Conservation and Analysis of Artifacts</em>, compiled by James Black. London: Summer Schools Press, pp. 173-178.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1986. A Buddha within a Buddha: Two Medieval Himalayan Metal Statues. <em>Arts of Asia, </em>Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 94-102.</p><p>Matthew. Boxt and Chandra L. Reedy. 1985. Thin Section Studies of Chert Artifacts from Northern Belize, Central America. <em>Journal of New World Archaeology</em>, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 13-23.</p><p>Chandra L. Reedy. 1983. Metallurgy in Himalayan Culture. <em>Journal of Asian Culture</em>, Vol. 7, pp. 72-95.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClassA424C36EDC824A8A8EF4DB8A1A57BDC5"><p><br></p></div><p>​</p><div class="ExternalClass81E51E42701A4792A5A24F0244CD7677"><p>​The underlying philosophy of my research program is that documenting and understanding threatened and disappearing traditional technologies and finding ways of preserving traditional technologies in the midst of a rapidly changing world are crucial for retaining the diversity of human culture. Through a combination of ethnographic fieldwork and research in my Laboratory for Analysis of Cultural Materials in CHAD, I seek to develop innovative qualitative and quantitative methods for interpreting and understanding traditional material culture, its technological achievements, and new approaches to its preservation. Traditional materials and technologies, and the intangible cultural heritage associated with them (knowledge, skills, rituals, and meanings), are of special interest to me.</p></div>ExperiencePublicationsResearch Interestsclreedy@udel.eduReedy, Chandra302-831-8238<img alt="Chandra Reedy" src="/Images%20Bios/Reedy_Chandra-2017-09.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />ProfessorDirector, Center for Historic Architecture & DesignProfessor of Art History and Asian Studieshttps://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/chad/research-programs/lab0<div class="ExternalClassDAC9D0C7940E4FF094A9EA87C5C3DE7D"><p>Ph.D. (Archaeology) University of California, Los Angeles, 1986. Specializations: Asia; Archaeological Science<br></p><p>M.A. (Archaeology) University of California, Los Angeles, 1982<br></p><p>B.A. (Cultural Anthropology) University of California, Davis, 1975<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass6F0A14524C464E269D4F9EEAC6268C2B"><p>​Elected Fellow, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 2016</p><p>Elected Fellow, American Anthropological Association, 1993</p><p>Rutherford John Gettens Award, for exemplary service to the American Institute for Conservation, 2003</p><p>Innovative Teaching Award in Distance Education, University of Delaware, 2004</p><p>Exemplary Application of Teaching Technology Award, IT-User Services, University of Delaware, 2005<br></p></div>

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