Publications, links and networks




‘review: power objects in tibetan buddhism by james duncan gentry,’ bulletin of the school of oriental and african studies 82, no. 1.


'the ethics of stability for cultural materials: a conservator's perspective' in shades of noir, ethics: preserving voices vulnerable to erasure, 38-41.

‘human remains, objects and ethics in cultural institutions,’ icom-cc theory history and ethics of conservation working group newsletter #22, 9-10.



'interpreting human remains in tibetan ritual objects' in material religion: the journal of art, objects and belief, 1-3.

'cultural detritus, conservation ethics and contemporaneity' at decolonizing the cultural institution?, SOAS university of london, 15-16 june.

'picking up the pieces: accepting, preventing and learning from mistakes', emerging conservation professionals network.



with utsha gurung, et al. 'locally and historically sourced strategies for conservation at the department of culture, bhutan' in bulletin of the australian institute for the conservation of cultural materials,  vol 26, no 1. 

'regional report: note on the treatment of buddhist heritage' in icom-cc theory and history working group newsletter, # 19, 3-5.



with geneva griswold. 'evaluating environmental conditions in shipping containers with recommendations on their reinforcement for the storage of cultural materials', at icom-cc triennial conference, melbourne, australia.



'how to make the most of your pre-program internship,' emerging conservation professionals network webinar.

with geneva griswold. 'the dead-bucket: an inexperienced conservators' guide for evaluating setbacks' in youth in the conservation of cultural heritage (yococu) special issue, procedia chemistry, vol 8.