Learning, networking, conference and employment opportunities in cultural property, art crime research, antiquities trafficking research, provenance studies, and related things. Postings are not endorsements.
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1. Crime and Art: Sociological and criminological perspectives of crimes in the art world, Call for Abstracts
There’s still one more day to submit an abstract for the volume I’m editing with Naomi Oosterman. Have a look at the call and see if your research fits!
When: 1 August 2020
More Info: http://www.anonymousswisscollector.com/2020/06/call-for-abstracts-crime-and-art-sociological-and-criminological-perspectives-of-crimes-in-the-art-world.html
2. Cultural Heritage Protection post-Covid: DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, Webinar
Hosted by the V&A’s Culture in Crisis Programme, this is a live-streamed workshop considering new approaches to international development via cultural heritage.
When: 6 August 2020, 17:00–18:00 CEST
3. Museum Objects as Evidence: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Winter School, Amsterdam.
“By focusing on how material objects provide primary evidence for historical research, this collaborative course introduces multiple techniques and perspectives for extracting the types of information museum objects generate and unraveling the many stories they can tell.” The applicaiton date has passed, but with the delay in running the course, it might be worth checking to see if any spaces are now open.
When: 4–21 January 2021
Where: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
4. NETCHER Public Conference on the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Heritage, Online
“In the framework of the European Heritage Days, the NETCHER project will organize a public conference to raise awareness of the illicit trafficking of cultural heritage, and how all citizens can play their role in protecting it.”
When: 21 September 2020, 16:00 CEST
5. The 24-hour Conference on Global Organized Crime, Webinar
A free, open conference over the span of 24 hours on topics related to organized crime. Several interesting pathways for contributing.
When: Submissions by 7 September, 2020; Conference on 10/11 November 2020.