Dr. Heather Clydesdale writes about art, history, and contemporary issues in Asia. Her works include K–12 multimedia offerings as well as articles on language acquisition and enhancing learning through technology and international partnerships. She recently received her Ph.D. in art history and archaeology from Columbia University and completed her dissertation on third-century tombs on China’s western frontier. From 2000–2002 she served as Assistant Director of Curriculum Development at Asia Society, where she developed projects including Visible Traces and Asia Society Kids.
Recent publications on AsiaSociety.org