Art Crime Research Opportunities: 8 July 2018


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. Repatriation/Museum Assistant, Winnebago Tribe, Nebraska

The Winnebago Tribe are seeking a NAGPRA repatriation assistant to work on an hourly basis. It’s a part time job but an interesting way to get involved with repatriation in the US.

When: Closing date unknown
Where: Winnebago, Nebraska
Pay: $13.81/hour

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2. The Museum as a Site and Source for Learning, Free Online Course

The University of Glasgow has just launched a free, 3 week online course in museum-facilitated learning. A low stakes opportunity to explore how teaching can happen through museums.

When: Starts 2 July but the course can be joined anytime over the next three weeks
Where: Online
Cost: Free

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3. Call for Journal Paper Submissions on Heritage and Art Crime, IJOTCC

The International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology now has a stated Art and Heritage Crime theme and I am the theme editor. That means there is an open call for scholarly works within this broad category. Not for a special issue, but on an ongoing basis. Submit today or get in touch for more details.

When: Anytime
Where: The International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology (IJOTCC)
Cost: N/A

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4. Repatriation Research Specialist, National Museum of the American Indian, Washington DC

The NMAI is looking for specialist to conduct repatriation research and write repatriation reports, as well as participate in consultations with Native communities. Only US Citizens can apply.

When: Closes 11 July 2018
Where: Washington DC
Salary: $56,233 to $73,105 per year

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5. Young Travelling Scholarship, Organization of World Heritage Cities

If you are between 18 and 28 years old and you can turn out a compelling letter of motivation, you can win a trip through at least 4 world heritage cities in Europe. Take a look.

When: 15 July 2018
Where: Online
Award: €1000

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6. Training Manager, Endangered Archaeology Project, Oxford

The EAMENA project is seeking a training manager to work as a liaison between the archaeological services of Jordan and Palestine, towards the development of country based Historic Environment Record platforms. A chance to work with some great people.

When: Closes 27 July 2018
Where: University of Oxford
Salary: £31,604–£38,883

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