Mapping Color in History
Jinah Kim, Principal Investigator
Jinah Kim (PhD, UC Berkeley) is the George P. Bickford Professor of Indian and South Asian Art at the Department of History of Art + Architecture, Harvard University. Her research focuses on text-image relationships, female representations and patronage, re-appropriation of sacred objects, and post-colonial discourse in the field of South and Southeast Asian Art. She is developing a digital humanities project on color, which will serve as an online portal and a searchable, open database for existing and future research on pigments.
Amalina Dave, Project Coordinator
Amalina Dave is a paper and manuscript conservator. She is a conservation consultant with Asiatic Society of Mumbai, where she is engaged in restoration of books and maps with cultural and historical significance.
Anjali Jain, Conservation Scientist
Anjali Jain is a conservator at the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum, City Palace, Jaipur. She completed her M.Sc. in Conservation from University College London and has worked in the conservation departments at INTACH Mumbai and at the Science Museum, London.