THIN-SECTION PETROGRAPHY IN STUDIES OF CULTURAL MATERIALS
CHANDRA L. REEDY
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CHANDRA L. REEDY received her Ph.D. from the interdisciplinary Archaeology Program at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her dissertation research focused on materials analysis of art and archaeological objects and on the South Asian region. After serving as associate conservation scientist at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, she joined the faculty of the University of Delaware Art Conservation Department. She coordinates the Art Conservation Research Ph.D. Program and teaches methodology of scientific research, provenance and authenticity studies, archaeological theory, and materials and technology of inorganic objects. Address: Art Conservation Dept., University of Delaware, 303 Old College, Newark, DE 19716.