The Fenton Vase is visiting Glasgow as part of the Trafficking Culture exhibition at the Hunterian Museum.
Cultural guardian confronts the looters, a profile of… me
Posted on 15 January 2015
*Blush*/*Shameless self promotion*
Investigating the trafficking of cultural objects: lineup for SAA 2015
Posted on 11 September 2014
This could be the most awesome Society for American Archaeology session ever.
Researching the global trade in looted cultural objects (slides with audio)
Posted on 6 August 2014
I am (slowly) adding audio to all of my online presentations and here is the first.
The Power of Plausible Provenance
Posted on 28 April 2014
Presentation for the Society for American Archaeology
Trafficking Culture project seeks a Research Associate
Posted on 19 February 2014
Want to work for us?
Images of historic looting
Posted on 26 October 2012
Emotional images of the looting of a Maya temple.
A new/old colleague: Trafficking Culture gets Cambodia’d
Posted on 14 October 2012
The Trafficking Culture project have hired Tess Davis
Introducing the Trafficking Culture Website
Posted on 22 August 2012
Finally, finally I get to show you folks the website for the University of Glasgow’s Trafficking Culture project!
Who is googling? Evangelize or let it rest?
Posted on 7 July 2012
>For the past few days a lot of my brain juice has been focused on the website for Trafficking Culture project
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