Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage

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The Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of material culture through collaborative research, practice, training and outreach. Our work engages with Yale’s collections, scholars and students, as well as collections and colleagues around the world.

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Fifteen students from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) recently received a hands-on introduction to art conservation during the 2019 Yale-HBCU Student and...
The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History celebrated the opening of the new exibit “Ancient Mesopotamia Speaks: Highlights from the Yale Babylonian Collection” with a...
“Materials and Meaning: Decoding and Preserving Cultural Heritage” was a one-day symposium held at West Campus on February 22nd, 2019. The event featured diverse talks by...