It’s official, I’m employed. The University of Glasgow has hired me on for many more years of antiquities trafficking and art crime research.
Glasgow Artists: Want one of your works featured in my online course trailer?
Posted on 27 August 2015
Any Glasgow artists want their art in a video that’ll be seen by tens of thousands of people?
New: learning and job opportunities email list for art and antiquities crime
Posted on 23 August 2015
Sign up here: Anonymous Swiss Collector Opportunities List
300 photos of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur pre-earthquake (Dec 2014)
Posted on 6 May 2015
(Cross post from Stolen Gods)
Cultural guardian confronts the looters, a profile of… me
Posted on 15 January 2015
*Blush*/*Shameless self promotion*
Drunk Archaeology: …it belongs in a museum!
Posted on 28 August 2014
My esteemed colleagues and I managed to get through a Drunk Archaeology episode on the illicit antiquities trade without much defamation!
Call for Abstracts: Investigating the trafficking of cultural objects
Posted on 6 August 2014
Society for American Archaeology Meeting San Francisco, April 15-19, 2015
PhD fieldwork advice? Give up when things are bad and mess around
Posted on 1 June 2014
Words of semi advice to students.
On BBC Radio Scotland talking about antiquities trafficking
Posted on 5 April 2014
Looting in India and the difficulties involved in prosecuting this type of crime.
On early career research, the future, and focus (focus, focus)
Posted on 7 February 2014
It has been quite some time since I have written in this blog.
Location, Research and Ideas
Posted on 17 June 2012
I don’t particularly like this blog to swing into the personal, I have been told by a person wiser than myself that I should be a bit more forthcoming
Want to hear about what is going on at Glasgow?
Posted on 5 June 2012
The folks over at Chasing Aphrodite have just posted an interview with Prof. Simon Mackenzie which you all should go and read