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October 24, Private and public papyrus collections. For information e-mail the organizer: roberta.
Further information may be found on Dr. March 27, Saskia Hufnagel. The ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security CEPS at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia will hold a workshop gathering international and Australian scholars and experts in the field of art crime detection, investigation and prosecution to discuss contemporary issues on 1 and 2 of May It is directed in particular at assessing the areas of art theft, fraud, and illicit trafficking of cultural property, which have so far not received significant attention in the field of Australasian criminal law and policing research and practice.
It attempts to uncover the nature and scope of the art crime problem in an Australasian context and examine how such crime is currently dealt with by criminal justice agencies within this region. To inform this assessment the workshop applies a comparative perspective from Europe and North America regarding law enforcement and legal methods used to detect, investigate and prosecute art crime.
It combines international academic and practitioner perspectives on the art crime problem to foster collaborative present and future research and linkages. The ultimate aim of the workshop is to address similarities and differences between the different regions and determine whether similar problems exist and common solutions can be identified.
In some countries this looting has now reached such a scale as to threaten the very survival of their archaeological and cultural heritage. This volume highlights the deleterious effects of the trade on cultural heritage, but in particular it focuses upon questions of legal and local responses: How can people become involved in the preservation of their past and what, in economic terms, are the costs and benefits?
Are international conventions or export restrictions effective in diminishing the volume of the trade and the scale of its associated destruction? Excerpt One World Archaeology is dedicated to exploring new themes, theories and applications in archaeology from around the world. McManamon; Alf Hatton Routledge, Read preview Overview. Stone; Julian Thomas Routledge, Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.follow url
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As long as you attribute the data sets to the source, publish your adapted database with ODbL license, and keep the dataset open don't use technical measures such as DRM to restrict access to the database. The datasets are also available as weekly exports. NL EN. More about Antiquities Collection and preservation Congresses Antiquities Collection and preservation Moral and ethical aspects Congresses Archaeological thefts Congresses Cultural property Protection International law Congresses Cultural property Protection Congresses Historic sites Conservation and restoration Congresses Historic sites Conservation and restoration Moral and ethical aspects Congresses.