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William Conklin J.

Architect, Archaeologist and Research Associate

The Textile Museum

HQ Phone: (202) 667-0441

The Textile Museum

2320 S Street Nw

Washington, District of Columbia 20008

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1925, The Textile Museum is an international center for the exhibition, study, collection, and preservation of textiles with a mission of furthering understanding and appreciation of mankind's creative achievements in the textile arts. Its worl... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Research Associate

Field Museum

Affiliations

Ailsa Mellon Bruce Senior Fellow
Center for Advanced Study

Education


architecture
Harvard University

Bachelor of Arts degree , cum laude

Doane College

Master of Architecture degree

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Web References (70 Total References)


Latin America | Southern Perspectives

www.southernperspectives.net [cached]

'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, physical and mechanical problems of daily life, as well as those of communication and ideology, were sought, conceived and executed through resource to technologies based on the engineering of fibres.'[49] According to William Conklin 'tension was the Inca way.

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The "incredible fact," in the view of William J. Conklin, architect, archaeologist and research associate at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C, is that "weaving was invented for what we might call 'conceptual art'-to communicate meaning-and only afterward was it used for clothing.
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[60] Conklin, William. 2008. The Culture of Chavin Textiles. In Chavin: Art, Architecture, and Culture, edited by W. Conklin and J. Quilter, 261-278. Los Angeles: Costen Institute of Archaeology, University of California.


Peru | Southern Perspectives

www.southernperspectives.net [cached]

'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, physical and mechanical problems of daily life, as well as those of communication and ideology, were sought, conceived and executed through resource to technologies based on the engineering of fibres.'[49] According to William Conklin 'tension was the Inca way.

...
The "incredible fact," in the view of William J. Conklin, architect, archaeologist and research associate at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C, is that "weaving was invented for what we might call 'conceptual art'-to communicate meaning-and only afterward was it used for clothing.
...
[60] Conklin, William. 2008. The Culture of Chavin Textiles. In Chavin: Art, Architecture, and Culture, edited by W. Conklin and J. Quilter, 261-278. Los Angeles: Costen Institute of Archaeology, University of California.


Culture | Southern Perspectives

www.southernperspectives.net [cached]

'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, physical and mechanical problems of daily life, as well as those of communication and ideology, were sought, conceived and executed through resource to technologies based on the engineering of fibres.'[49] According to William Conklin 'tension was the Inca way.

...
The "incredible fact," in the view of William J. Conklin, architect, archaeologist and research associate at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C, is that "weaving was invented for what we might call 'conceptual art'-to communicate meaning-and only afterward was it used for clothing.
...
[60] Conklin, William. 2008. The Culture of Chavin Textiles. In Chavin: Art, Architecture, and Culture, edited by W. Conklin and J. Quilter, 261-278. Los Angeles: Costen Institute of Archaeology, University of California.


'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, ...

www.southernperspectives.net [cached]

'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, physical and mechanical problems of daily life, as well as those of communication and ideology, were sought, conceived and executed through resource to technologies based on the engineering of fibres.'[49] According to William Conklin 'tension was the Inca way.

...
The "incredible fact," in the view of William J. Conklin, architect, archaeologist and research associate at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C, is that "weaving was invented for what we might call 'conceptual art'-to communicate meaning-and only afterward was it used for clothing.
...
[60] Conklin, William. 2008. The Culture of Chavin Textiles. In Chavin: Art, Architecture, and Culture, edited by W. Conklin and J. Quilter, 261-278. Los Angeles: Costen Institute of Archaeology, University of California.


'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, ...

www.southernperspectives.net [cached]

'Andean solutions to the most fundamental, physical and mechanical problems of daily life, as well as those of communication and ideology, were sought, conceived and executed through resource to technologies based on the engineering of fibres.'[49] According to William Conklin 'tension was the Inca way.

...
The "incredible fact," in the view of William J. Conklin, architect, archaeologist and research associate at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C, is that "weaving was invented for what we might call 'conceptual art'-to communicate meaning-and only afterward was it used for clothing.
...
[60] Conklin, William. 2008. The Culture of Chavin Textiles. In Chavin: Art, Architecture, and Culture, edited by W. Conklin and J. Quilter, 261-278. Los Angeles: Costen Institute of Archaeology, University of California.

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