EU-elections May 2019: EAA benchmarks for Archaeology and Heritage Protection

As recently noted, the EAA published Benchmarks for Archaeology and Heritage Protection 2019 – 2024 for the upcoming elections of the European Parliament in May 2019. Special attention is paid to the prevention of illicit trade in antiques. During election campaigns, benchmarks are a highly effective instrument to make politicians and political parties aware of…

EAA-session on Illegal obtaining and trade of archaeological artefacts

At the forthcoming EAA annual conference in Bern, September 4-7, 2019, we would like to draw your attention to the following Session of the Committee in the illicit trade of cultural material Illegal obtaining and trade of archaeological artefacts: status quo and counteraction In the framework of the session we will discuss illicit circulation of…

EAA-session on De-colonisation

At the forthcoming EAA annual conference in Bern, September 4-7, 2019, we would like to draw your attention to the following session: DE-COLONISATION AT EAA 25 YEARS ON: THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION Theme: archaeological_heritage_and_museum_management Twenty-five years ago, when the first annual meeting of the EAA took place, the term ‘decolonisation’ was practically…

ITALY: International Winterschool on Anthropology
 of Forgery

INTERNATIONAL WINTER SCHOOL: Anthropology
 of forgery
 Art Collecting, Authentication and Innovative Tools for a Culture of Legality in Cultural Heritage February 25th – March 1st, 2019 – Padua, Italy The International Winter School “Anthropology of forgery.
 Art Collecting, Authentication and Innovative Tools for a Culture of Legality in Cultural Heritage” will continue exploring the topics…

ARCA: 19th postgraduate certificate program in art crime & cultural heritage protection

ARCA is accepting early applications for its “19th postgraduate certificate program in art crime & cultural heritage protection“. Travel to Italy, stay for a summer. Study Art, Antiquities, & Culture CRIME from experts in the field. Applications are now being accepted for ARCA 2019 November 30, 2018 – Early Application Deadline January 30, 2019 – General Application…

CAA2019 Conference: session on contrasting trafficking and looting of cultural property

In the frame of the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) 2019 Conference with the topic ‘Check Object Integrity’, which will take place in Krakow on April 23-27, 2019, we would like to inform you about a session on ‘Chasing heritage thieves: digital methods and approaches to contrasting trafficking and looting of cultural…