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Even though quite small, the tablet of YBC 7289 contains one of the most famous mathematical texts from ancient Mesopotamia, a civilization that flourished between the fourth...
Dr. Catherine Stephens cutting cotton paper samples to be exposed to cycling humidity environments
One of the foremost threats to the effective safekeeping of a museum or gallery’s paper-based collection is changes in the humidity. IPCH’s Dr. Paul Whitmore and Dr....
Photo credit: Darcy Tuttle
A panel discussion in the Whitney Humanities Center on November 12th focussed on the issues around cultural heritage and terrorism. Amr Al-Azm (Shawnee State University),...
IPCH Director Stefan Simon represented Yale University as officially accredited observer at the ICCROM XXIX General Assembly from November 18-20 in Rome , Italy.  In the...
Tuesday, December 1, 2015, 4 pm Room 119, Hall of Graduate Studies, 320 York Street Host: Lynn Cooley, Dean, Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Abstract: Tangible...
Fable team members Edward Jiao, Cole Hansen, Bessie Jiang, and Ishaan Agarwal, flanked by Stefan Simon and Holly Rushmeier
For the second year in a row, IPCH sponsored two awards at the YHack hackathon, held Novvember 6-8, 2015, in Yale’s Paine Whitney Gymnasium. A group from IPCH  — Stefan Simon...
Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 at 3:00PMLocation: Sterling Memorial Library, Memorabilia Lecture Hall, 128 Wall St Entrance, New HavenHost: Prof. Dr. Stefan SimonContact:...

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