UNESCO Cultural Activities in Afghanistan,
By Mr. Masanori NAGAOKA, Consultant for Culture, UNESCO Office Kabul,
August 26, 2004.
>> Bactrian Inscription from Yakawlang
sheds new light on history of Buddhism in Afghanistan,
by Dr. J.L.Lee, 2003.
"Cultural heritage and national identity in Afghanistan",
inThird World Quarterly, Vol 23., no. 5,
pp 977-989, Nancy Hatch Dupree, 2002
The Buddhas of Bamiyan [continued]: A Turn-Around for Afghanistan's
Ms. van Krieken-Pieters, Newsletter of
the International Institute for Asian Studies, IIAS, no 27,
>> Preserving Afghanistan's Cultural
Heritage: An Interview with Nancy Hatch
(Founding member of SPACH, working for ARIC in Pakistan), Asia Source,
July 8, 2002.
Afghanistan: SPACH, Radio Netherlands,
October 26, 2000.
with Enrico de Maio, Ambassador of Italy in Pakistan, Chairman of
SPACH, March 2000.
The Buddhas of Bamiyan: Challenged witnesses of Afghanistan's forgotten
Ms. Juliette van Krieken-Pieters (art historian,
lawyer, and member of SPACH), 2000.
Newsletter of the International Institute
for Asian Studies, IIAS, no 23
An endangered heritage: The following artifacts are among the stolen
or imperiled treasures of the National Museum,
Ms. Dupree, published in Archaeology, April