By Klimburg-Salter, D. (ed.), Jahoda, C. (ed.), Tropper, K. (ed.)
Essays discussing transdisciplinary method introduce case reviews on Buddhist manuscripts, inscriptions, paintings and oral traditions of the Indian Himalayas and significant Tibet. The learn used to be performed in the context of an Interdisciplinary study Unit financed through the Austrian technology Fund.
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Great knowledge and efforts are required to archive and preserve them. We must be aware that all photographic material will inevitably deteriorate over the years because of a continuing chemical process within the photograph. The deterioration is a natural process and cannot be avoided, but it can at least be slowed down by proper storage and handling. 18 Nevertheless, some improvements can be achieved without great expenses. Photographic material requires careful handling. The crucial rule for preserving images is to treat originals carefully from the very beginning and to avoid damage, dirt, dust, scratches and fingerprints.
We are often confronted with no biographical references at all, so that the image is almost useless for the researcher. In many cases the photographer is the only one who would have been able to identify the image. WESTERN HIMALAYA ARCHIVE VIENNA For the reasons given above, it has always been the intention of the members of the Interdisciplinary Research Unit “The Cultural History of the Western Himalaya”, directed by Prof. Deborah KlimburgSalter,13 to produce a detailed and long-range photographic documentation of monuments and artefacts that is identified and classified accurately in a way useful for researchers.
A. Scherrer-Schaub and E. Steinkellner (eds) Tabo Studies II: Manuscripts, Texts, Inscriptions, and the Arts. Serie Orientale Roma LXXXVII. Rome: Istituto italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, 299–320. —— 2000. Some thoughts on style in Tibetan art. The Tibet Journal XXV(4), 83–90. —— 2002. Ribba, the story of an early Buddhist temple in Kinnaur. In D. KlimburgSalter and E. Allinger (eds) Buddhist Art and Tibetan Patronage, Ninth to Fourteenth centuries. PIATS 2000: Proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden 2000, vol.