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David Jongeward

David Jongeward is an independent scholar and cultural historian with a specialty in ancient Central Asian cultural history. He has been a Department Associate in the Department of World Cultures in the Royal Ontario Museum since 2001. He was a visiting scholar with the Asian Institute, University of Toronto Munk Centre for Global Studies, 2002–2012, and a Research Associate with the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, 2011–2013. He is the author of Buddhist Art of Gandhara in the Ashmolean Museum (Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, 2018); Kushan, Kushano-Sasanian, and Kidarite Coins: A Catalogue of Coins from the American Numismatics Society, co-authored with Joe Cribb (The American Numismatics Society, New York. 2015); Gandharan Buddhist Reliquaries, co-authored with Elizabeth Errington, Richard Salomon and Stefan Baums (Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project, University of Washington Press, Seattle, 2012); Buddhist Art of Pakistan and Afghanistan:The Royal Ontario Museum Collection of Gandhara Sculpture (University of Toronto, Centre South Asian Studies, 2003); and Weaver of Worlds: A Woman’s Journey in Tapestry (Inner Traditions International, Destiny Books, Rochester Vermont, 1991).

Books by David Jongeward