Mr Jasdip Singh Dhillon
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- Thesis title
- Changes beyond the surface: Tracking the relationship between paper-making and human change in the Indus river basin region from 1000-1947 through a study of historical paper specimens
Jasdip Singh Dhillon is a library and archives conservator at the Oxford Conservation Consortium. In addition to working at the consortium, he takes a deep interest in the history of South Asian manuscripts and printed books, especially those originating from the Sikh tradition. As part of this, he helps run a charitable organisation called Pothi Seva for the conservation of Sikh religious books and manuscripts. As well as documenting the history of the Sikh codex, he is also especially interested in researching South Asian paper-making and this has led to the formulation of his thesis.
- Paper History
- Art and Archaeology of the Book
- Environmental and Social History of South Asia