Failures and consequences of antiquities trafficking policy: rethinking ‘country-specific’ regulation

A taster abstract for one of the journal papers I have “in submission”.

Culture crime news 1–7 December 2014

Hot this week: Oh my gosh the British Museum has gone completely mental.

National Geographic selling jewellery made from unprovenanced Roman glass
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UPDATE: The amazing Morag Kersel points out that glass is excepted under Israeli law and doesn’t require a permit. Leaving…

Culture crime news 24–30 November 2014

Hot this week: Major Thai corruption scandal including antiquities trafficking and the royal family!

Culture crime news 17–23 November 2014

Hot this week: Some truly terrible people stole baby body parts from a Thai museum.

New Book! Cultural Property Crime: An Overview and Analysis on Contemporary Perspectives and Trends
Cultural Property Crime

Cultural Property Crime An Overview and Analysis on Contemporary Perspectives and Trend Edited by Joris D. Kila and Marc Balcells,…

Culture crime news 10–16 November 2014

Hot this week: A very famous Egyptian faces charges.

Ethically questionable AIA St Louis Maya vessel sells for well over 2x estimate at Bonhams
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Yep. Someone bought those ethically questionable Mesoamerican pieces sold at Bonhams. Okay, sure, all the Mesoamerican pieces being sold at…

Culture crime news 3–9 November 2014
Natarajar idol return

Hot this week: Cuno causes a bit of a stir in some circles by not really saying anything new.

Culture crime news 27 October–2 November 2014

Hot this week: More legit archaeological collection pieces being sold by the St Louis AIA.

Archaeological Institute of America St. Louis Society selling Meosamerican antiquities at auction
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Does the sale of ‘clean’ antiquities encourage the black market? Ethical questions.

2 looted, mutilated Maya monuments for sale online
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This has been a bad week for Maya monuments in the US.

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