|The digital version of the Tibetan Book
of the Dead was designed and constructed by Courtney Danforth and Felicia
Johnson, Assistant Coordinator, Special Collections Digital Center with
aesthetic guidance from Edward Gaynor, Associate Director of Special Collections.
Materials from the physical exhibit were
digitized by staff in the Special Collections Digital Center using the
center's PhotoPhasePlus digital cameras, HPScanJet flatbed scanners and
the Kontron ProgRes model 3012 digital camera. Images were enhanced for
web display using Debabelizer 1.65 and Adobe
The physical exhibition is on view in the Tracy W. McGregor Room of Alderman Library from November 2, 1997 through March 14, 1998. The exhibition was curated by Bryan Jare Cuevas, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Religious Studies, UVA. Advisors were Gregory Alexander Hillis, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Religious Studies, UVA; Nawang Thokmey, Library Assistant, Tibetan Collection, Alderman Library, UVA; and Steven Neal Weinberger, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Religious Studies, UVA
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