2018 AIA ANNUAL MEETING Boston, MA 4-7 JAN Don’t miss the CHAMP colloquium at the AIA Annual Meeting! Come hear all the activities your friends and colleagues are doing in the efforts to preserve cultural heritage in conflict zones. Early registration at discount prices for the AIA Annual Meeting is being offered until 13 Nov…. Read More
2017 AIA ANNUAL MEETING Toronto, Ontario Saturday, 7 JAN TITLE: Current Events and Heritage Protection: Efforts to Protect Culture at Risk MODERATOR: Laurie Rush, U.S. Committee of the Blue Shield This session offers an opportunity to update colleagues on issues related to heritage in crisis areas. Tragically, in today’s world, events are overtaking even the… Read More
2016 AIA ANNUAL MEETING SAN FRANCISCO, CA Saturday, 9 JAN 2016 Title: New Developments in Cultural Property Protection in Conflict Zones Organizers: Dr. Nancy Wilkie, Dr. Laurie Rush, and Ms. Laura Childs Discussant: Dr. Nancy Wilkie, Carleton University This colloquium explores some of the new programs and processes developed to protect cultural property in… Read More
Session 6G: Sat, 10 Jan, 1:45-4:45pm CHAMP COLLOQUIUM ON BUILDING CAPACITY FOR GLOBAL CULTURAL PROPERTY PROTECTION TITLE: “Building Capacity For Global Cultural Property Protection” DISCUSSANT: Dr. Laurie Rush, US Army Cultural Resource Manager PARTICIPANTS: Ms. Corinne Wegener, Smithsonian Institution; Dr. Sarah Parcak; Dr. Laura D’Alessandro and Dr. Gil Stein; Dr. Jeffrey Altschul; Dr. Katharyn Hanson,… Read More
ABSTRACT FOR 2014 PAPER SESSION “PROTECTING ARCHAEOLOGY IN CONFLICT ZONES” LEADERS: Dr. C. Brian Rose, University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Fredrik Hiebert, National Geographic. PARTICIPANTS: Ms. Corine Wegener, Smithsonian Institution; Dr. Laurie Rush, Ft Drum Archaeologist; Dr. James Zeidler, Combatant Command (COCOM) Cultural Heritage Action Group; Dr. Doug Park, ERM; Dr…. Read More
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