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Ayesha Fuentes

2014 MA in Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials, UCLA/Getty Conservation Training Program
2011 MA in Art History, Tufts University
2003 BA in Art/Religion, Williams College


Fax: 310-206-4723
E-mail: ayesha.fuentes@gmail.com

Subfield

Conservation

Research Interests

Human remains; Arts and monuments of South and Central Asia; Social history of conservation; Cultural heritage management in post-conflict regions

Publications

2011 "Utilizing terror: On the adoption and refinement of Indian and Tibetan skull bowls." Tufts Univ. Dept. of Art History, (unpublished).
2011 "The story of art history at Tufts." Medford, MA: Tufts University.

Grants and Awards

2011-12 Graduate Opportunity Fellow, UCLA
2011 Rhonda Saad Award in Art History, Tufts University

Conference Presentations

2011 "Kapala as icon: representing authority in an eighteenth century thangka." Guest lecturer, Tufts Univ. Dept of Religion.
2011 "Utilizing terror: On the changing forms of Tibetan skull bowls." Graduate Symposium at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
2010 "Utilizing terror: On the changing forms of Tibetan skull bowls." Mark Roskill Symposium at U-Mass Amherst.


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