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1. Law and Art Workshop, Moving Culture Goods Across Space and Time: Discussing the Changing Ideas, Laws and Actual Circulation of Cultural Goods, Call for Papers, Maastricht, The Netherlands
My colleagues and I are sponsoring a workshop dedicated to Art and Law in the 2021 IUS Commune conference. We invite interesting and diverse submissions for participants! Have a look.
When: Abstracts by 15 July 2021
Where: Maastricht, The Netherlands
2. Art Law and the Protection of Cultural Heritage, Call for Papers
Rashtriya Raksha University is sponsoring an edited volume dedicated to the confluence of law and the proteciton of cultural heritage. They are looking for diverse topics in what should be an interesting volume.
When: Abstracts by 30 July 2021
Where: Rashtriya Raksha University, India
3. World Heritage, Human Rights, and Participation
“The webinar on participation and Human Rights in World Heritage is an opportunity to review and reflect on the operation of the Convention and its governance framework within broader developments in international law and human rights law since 1972.”
When: 30 June 2021
4. Cultural Heritage Crime Conference, Online
Cranfield University is hosting this three day conference and “will focus on the themes of Theft and Trafficking, Looting and Damage during Armed Conflict, and Fakes and Forgeries”
When: 12 July–14 July 2021
5. Culture in Crisis: Global Heritage Perspectives, Webinar
Hosted by the UK DCMS , the British Council, and the V&A Museum, “In ‘Global Heritage Perspectives’ we will explore innovative approaches to cultural heritage management and stewardship; to understand and reflect on how responses to crises have been shaped over the last year. “
When: 5 July 2021
6. The Restitution of Looted Artefacts since 1945: Denazification and Decolonization in Entangled Perspective, Call for Papers
The German Historical Institute in Rome is hosting this conference that will ask interesting questions such as “Are there any similarities between post-fascist and post-colonial restitution cases, and if so why?”. They are looking for abstracts now.
When: Abstracts by 1 September 2021
Where: German Historical Institute in Rome, Italy
7. Provenance Researcher, Job, Berlin, Germany
The Deutsches Historisches Museum is looking for a research assistant to work on provenance research, particularly someone with knowledge of the Soviet Occupation Zone and the GDR art and antiquities trade.
When: Apply by 4 July 2021
Where: Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany
Cost: Pay Unknown