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1. Art and Cultural Heritage Law – How It Can Impact You as a Collector, Dealer, or Museum-Goer, Webinar
“Laina Lopez and Leila Amineddoleh will discuss some recent, interesting lawsuits involving the fascinating intersection of art and cultural heritage property, international law, and U.S. relations with foreign states”
When: 15 September 2020, 12PM EST
More Info: https://alumniassociation.american.edu/s/1395/rd17/interior-2col.aspx?sid=1395&gid=1&pgid=11627&cid=17945&ecid=17945
2. “Cultural Heritage Law”, Call for Papers
Gdańsk Legal Studies calls for papers on the topic of “Cultural Heritage Law, Art Law and Restitution of Cultural Property” for a special issue as well as chapters for a handbook entitled: “Cultural Heritage Law: Methodological Approach”
When: Titles by 30 September 2020, Papers by 30 November 2020
Where: Gdańsk Legal Studies [Gdańskie Studia Prawnicze]
3. Reinventing the Monuments Men and Women for the 21st-Century Force, Webinar
The Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative are celebrating the preliminary training of the new class of Monuments Men and Women with this group of specialist speakers.
When: 16 September 2020, 5pm CEST
4. Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO)/Native American Graves Protection Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) Assistant/Trainee, Job, Winnebago, Nebraska
The Winnebago Tribe are seeking a NAGPRA repatriation assistant to work on an hourly basis. It’s a part time job.
When: Apply ASAP
Where: Angel DeCora Museum located on the Little Priest Tribal College Campus in Winnebago, Nebraska.
5. Junior Program Officer, Cultural Heritage Center, Job, Washington DC
“The Program Officer will assist managers, analysts, and program staff in the Center with the administration and implementation of the Center’s major lines of effort including the Presidentially appointed Cultural Property Advisory Committee, the inter-agency Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee and it’s subsidiary working groups and the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation.” A great role for someone with US Citizenship who wants to break in to government research and support for heritage protection
When: Apply ASAP
Where: Cultural Heritage Center, US Department of State, Washington D.C.
Cost: Pay Unknown
6. Research on the Paris Art Market 1939-1945, Scholarship, Paris, France
“The Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA) and the German Forum for Art History Paris (DFK Paris) jointly award a one-year grant for a research project on the art market in France during the German occupation.” Applications are accepted in French, German, or English. Meant for early career researchers.
When: 12 October 2020
Where: INHA, Paris, France
Funding: €1,700/month for 12 Months