CAAL is comprised of several teams from University College London, Institute of Archaeology and Central Asian and Chinese institutions. The project is made possible by the generosity of the Arcadia Fund - a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin. Principal partners include the International Institute of Central Asian Studies in Samarkand and Northwest University in Xi’an as well as the ICOMOS International Conservation Center - Xi’an (IICC-X). More information and profiles of individual team profiles is coming soon…
More team and individual institutional profiles are coming soon…in the meantime, here is a short list of teams currently working on the CAAL project:
Republic of Kazakhstan
Institute of Archaeology named after A.H. Margulan
Institute of History and Cultural Heritage
Ministry of Culture, Information and Tourism for the Kyrgyz Republic
Republic of Tajikistan
Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography named after A. Donish
National Museum of Antiquities of Tajikistan
Institute of History
National Department for the Protection, Study and Restoration of Historical and Cultural Monuments
Republic of Uzbekistan
Heritage Protection Department, Interregional Inspector of Bukhara and Navoi
Institute of Archaeological Research named after Y. Gulyamov
Institute of Art Studies, Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
International Institute for Central Asian Studies
People’s Republic of China
ICOMOS International Conservation Centre in Xi’an (IICC-X)
Northwest University School of Cultural Heritage in Xi’an
Xinjiang Archaeological Institute
On behalf of the UCL team, we are proud to have as principal partners the International Institute for Central Asian Studies in Samarkand, Uzbekistan; Northwest University and the ICOMOS International Conservation Center in Xi’an, China.
Key to CAAL project success are our associations with affiliate departments, institutions,and researchers. We are thrilled to reach out and interact with projects and individuals whose work reflects excellence in the digital humanities, archaeological research and conservation, and specialisation in the region.
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