Conference: New Orleans
Panel: APA Pacific Divsion meeting
Panel: ASA Rocky Mountain Division
Workshop: Stones and Lives
Workshop: Philosophy, Policy and Heritag
Seminar: Cultural Heritage in War
Breakfast Seminar: Cultural Heritage
Connecting Past and Present: How to Understand the Idea of Erasing History and How It Applies to the
No Strike Lists – From Use to Abuse?
How to feel about the fall of Carthage: heritage destruction in retrospect
Towards a human-rights approach to cultural heritage protection
The concept of cultural heritage and its value is constantly evolving. One can trace its origins to European antiquarianism in the modern...
To whom does art belong?
In a speech in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso on November 28th 2017, the French president Emmanuel Macron proclaimed “Starting...
A stone in a place: reflections on the replication of historical artifacts
Material heritage is always a casualty of war, and sometimes combatants even target the treasured artifacts of their enemies. In either...
Killing for culture: Responding to cultural heritage destruction as a security threat
Cultural heritage can be broadly conceived – movable and immovable property, the human and the natural landscape, tangible and intangible...
The challenges of protecting cultural heritage in armed conflict
The looting and destruction of cultural heritage has been a feature of armed conflict for almost as long we have records of conflict. For...
Saving lives or saving stones? Two sides of the same coin?
When Daesh began blowing up ruins at the ancient city of Palmyra, Western news outlets couldn’t get enough of it. Pictures featuring...