Rotas culturais Europa-Ásia

The Asian Studies WWW Monitor:  Jul 2009, Vol. 16, No. 9 (299)
07 Jul 2009

IDP-CREA: Cultural Routes of Eurasia

International Dunhuang Project, British Library, London, UK.

“IDP-CREA is a 15-month collaborative project (April 2008 to July
2009) between six EU partners (from the UK, Hungary, France, and
Germany) and three associate partners from China. We are working on
an innovative project that will draw together some of the remarkable
stories of the European explorers, archaeologists and scholars who
travelled to China in the early years of the twentieth century. Their
stories will be used to illustrate a shared Eurasian culture that has
existed for centuries – and which continues to this day.”

Site contents:
* Activities (Workshop, Budapest (June 2008), Meeting in Paris (June
2008), Meeting in Germany (July 2008), Western Eyes: Historical
Chinese Photographs by European Photographers (September-October
2008), Educational Day and Field Photography at Dunhuang (September
2008), Field Trip to Xinjiang (November 2008), Berlin Researchers in
Turfan (October 2008);
* Co-operating Organisations (Partners: The British Library (BL), UK,
Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (LHAS), HU, Bibliotheque
nationale de France (BnF), FR, Musee Guimet (MG), FR,
Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBAW), DE,
Museum fuer Asiatische Kunst, Berlin (AKu), DE. Associate Partners:
The National Library of China, The Dunhuang Academy (DHA), Xinjiang
Institute of Archaeology (XJIA));
* Contact Us;
* Image Gallery.

[The International Dunhuang Project (IDP) at the British Library was
established 1994 by Dr Susan Whitfield to catalogue, conserve,
digitize and analyse information and images from more than 100,000
manuscripts, paintings, textiles and artefacts from Dunhuang and
other Silk Road sites – ed.]



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