CONF: The Long History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage from Colonial Contexts (German Lost Art Foundation / online, 17-19 Nov 2021)

This year’s online conference of the German Lost Art Foundation (kulturgutverluste.de) – organized in cooperation with the Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz and the Research Center for Material Culture of the National Museum of World Cultures, the Netherlands – will address “The Long History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage from Colonial Contexts”. The current … Continue reading CONF: The Long History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage from Colonial Contexts (German Lost Art Foundation / online, 17-19 Nov 2021)

CFP: History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage (Online, 17-19 November 2021)

CFP: History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage (online, 17-19 Nov 21) Online, Nov 17–19, 2021 Deadline: Mar 14, 2021 The Long History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage from Colonial Contexts 2021 Virtual conference of the German Lost Art Foundation in cooperation with The Research Center for Material Culture of … Continue reading CFP: History of Claims for the Return of Cultural Heritage (Online, 17-19 November 2021)

CFP: Thinking Provenance, Thinking Restitution (Cambridge/Bonn, 7-8 Dec 20)

Subject: CFP: Thinking Provenance, Thinking Restitution (Cambridge/Bonn, 7-8 Dec 20) Cambridge, December 7 - 08, 2020 Deadline: Jun 30, 2020 Thinking Provenance, Thinking Restitution Joint Project of the University of Cambridge and the University of Bonn In the two decades since the 1998 ‘Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets’, public awareness of Nazi era lootings, provenance research and … Continue reading CFP: Thinking Provenance, Thinking Restitution (Cambridge/Bonn, 7-8 Dec 20)

The Society for the History of Collecting together with the Victoria and Albert Museum present: ‘Violated National Heritage: Theft, Traffic and Restitution’

The Society for the History of Collecting together with the Victoria and Albert Museum present: 'Violated National Heritage: Theft, Traffic and Restitution' 23 March, 2021 at 4.30pm (GMT) Online Attendees who paid for the 2020 event will be refunded, and ticket registration will open in early 2021. If you registered for the 2020 date, you will … Continue reading The Society for the History of Collecting together with the Victoria and Albert Museum present: ‘Violated National Heritage: Theft, Traffic and Restitution’

CONF: Armenian art. Critical history and new perspectives (Venice, 21-22 Feb 19)

From: ArtHist <arthist@lists.clio-online.de> Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2019 15:42:21 +0100 Subject: CONF: Armenian art. Critical history and new perspectives (Venice, 21-22 Feb 19) From: Stefano Riccioni <stefano.riccioni@unive.it> Date: Feb 4, 2019 Subject: CONF: Armenian art. Critical history and new perspectives (Venice, 21-22 Feb 19) Venice, Ca' Foscari University, S. Margherita Auditorium, Dorsoduro 3689, Campo Santa Margherita, February 21 - 22, … Continue reading CONF: Armenian art. Critical history and new perspectives (Venice, 21-22 Feb 19)