Repatriation – beyond litigation

Repatriation – beyond litigation

Course Description Repatriation for most people conjures up images of litigious, ill-tempered confrontations played out in the media as much as the courtroom. In this six-hour, low participant-to-instructor ratio, eCourse participants will learn that not all...
The Prince of Plunderers: Napoleon and his Art Plundering

The Prince of Plunderers: Napoleon and his Art Plundering

  Course Description This informative two hour illustrated lecture will trace the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte, revealing the plunder carried out by the French army or French officials under this political leader’s command in the territories of the First French...
Rose Valland: Hero in the Museum

Rose Valland: Hero in the Museum

Course Description Challenging gender norms, not all Monuments Men are men. This one hour illustrated lecture tells the inspiring story of Rose Antonia Maria Valland, a World War II-era monumental heroine. As a French art historian and member of the French Resistance,...
Time Crime: The Transnational Business of Smuggling Cultural Property

Time Crime: The Transnational Business of Smuggling Cultural Property

Course Description This 6-hour, 3 session, low participant-to-instructor ratio, eCourse will explore how stolen and looted art can serve as a criminal currency for networks that support themselves on the proceeds of crime, money laundering, drugs, arms, and even (on...