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€270.00
Museum gallery

Proactive Museum Security: Threat and Risk Management 2.0!

Proactive Museum Security: Threat and Risk Management 2.0 This ten-hour eCourse will explore practical and innovative approaches to protecting against common and uncommon threats such as theft, vandalism, natural disasters, fire and environmental hazards and violent acts.

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€200.00
Behind bars

Art, crime and criminology: how to analyse cultural heritage crime empirically

This ten-hour eCourse will introduce participants to the subject of criminology in general, as a discipline charged with the task of empirically analysing actions society defines as crimes. Over five sessions, participants will explore the interconnected issues and human-driven elements of crime and deviant behaviour, and how they relate to art crime offenders.

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€145.00
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Fakes and Forgeries: Understanding the Minds, Methods and Motives of Master Forgers

This six-hour series of lectures will illustrate how fakes and forgeries fall into their own individual category in the study of art crime, as the methodology of criminals differs considerably from other types, like theft and antiquities looting.

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€105.00
Napoleon sacking Venice

The Prince of Plunderers: Napoleon and his Art Plundering

This two hour series of illustrated lectures will trace the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte, tracing the plunder carried out by the French army or French officials under his command in the territories of the First French Empire, including the Italian peninsula, Spain, Portugal, the Low Countries, and Central Europe.

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€70.00
Rose Valland Ausweis 1942

Rose Valland: Hero in the Museum

This one hour overview illustrated lecture tells the story of Rose Antonia Maria Valland, a French art historian, member of the French Resistance, and one of the most decorated women in French history who did so much to document National French and private Jewish-owned art from France stolen by the Nazis during World War II.

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€110.00
Antiquity

Looting and Illicit Trafficking of Antiquities in the Middle East and North Africa: Understanding the Minds and Motives of Looters, Traffickers and Dealers and Other Supply Chain Actors

This three-session, 4.5-hour eCourse will provide an introduction to the problems of looting and trafficking of antiquities in the Middle East and North Africa. The course’s sessions will focus on areas of conflict and post-conflict with illustrative examples from multiple countries, from Afghanistan in the East to Libya in the West.

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€145.00
Time Eroding

Time Crime: The Transnational Business of Smuggling Cultural Property

This 6-hour 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 occasion) terrorism. This introductory course provides the rudimentary framework of the history of transnational cultural property crime, while underscoring this is not a victimless crime, or a crime that only impacts the wealthy.

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