This is really quite exciting!
Failures and consequences of antiquities trafficking policy: rethinking ‘country-specific’ regulation
Posted on 19 December 2014
A taster abstract for one of the journal papers I have “in submission”.
Ransoms and Repatriations: the Maori Motunui panels
Posted on 5 July 2014
Hidden in 1800s by Māori fleeing war, 5 carved panels were smuggled
Maya artefacts and Mexican bandits: trafficking tall tales
Posted on 1 July 2014
A most unbelievable story of a looted (or fake) Maya book and mask.
“Cursed” stela pulled from London auction over looting concerns
Posted on 3 April 2014
Bonham’s offers a stela owned by an Anonymous Swiss Collector, withdraws piece due to looting allegations.
Loopholes: dealers and museums profit from ‘charitable’ donations
Posted on 10 March 2014
A tax break scheme exposed in 1981 involving unprovenanced pre-Columbian antiquities
Conclusions: South American antiquities auctions and my academic past
Posted on 6 September 2013
My masters conclusion
High Crimes: Studying the Illicit Antiquities Trade in the Bolivian Andes
Posted on 27 July 2013
Yesterday I participated in the Day of Archaeology.