Provenance research in a (post?)-pandemic world

Provenance research in a (post?)-pandemic world

Course Description This three-session, 4.5-hour low participant-to-instructor ratio eCourse centres on Provenance research, which has emerged on the global stage in the late 1990s as a key discipline for clarifying the history of art objects claimed by the families of...
Nazi cultural thefts in Europe, 1933-1945

Nazi cultural thefts in Europe, 1933-1945

Course Description This five-hour, low participant-to-instructor ratio course will provide an overview of the breadth of Nazi-sponsored thefts of Jewish-owned cultural assets from January 1933 to May 1945. The cultural plunder of Jewish-owned collections of artistic...
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...