Events of CHAMP and MilCHAG Members and Other Organizations
Events include conferences, working groups, academic symposia, and lectures that are open to both military and civilians. Forthcoming events logistics should include dates, places, times, contact information, descriptions, website links, maps, etc.
The Society of American Archaeology (SAA) will hold its Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 10-14, 2019. Advance conference registration is available until Mar 12; registration for sightseeing excursions is ongoing until Mar 8. This conference is similar to the AIA Annual Meeting, but focuses on North, Central, and South American archaeology.
Saving the Past for the People: A Critique of the “Universal” Heritage Model with Stephennie Mulder For the past six years, the world has watched in horror as Syria, Iraq, and Yemen have endured some of the worst human and heritage violence since World War II. In this talk, Stephennie will argue that the dominant… Read More
In an effort to bring more military-focused voices into the art crime and illicit trafficking milieu the Association for Research into Crimes against Art is offering a €1500 partial scholarship with shared housing for up to 3 Champs members. For more information on the postgraduate certificate program in art crime and cultural heritage protection, please… Read More
ICCROM will host its class “First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis 2018” from 31 Jul – 24 Aug 2018 in Tilburg, the Netherlands. Deadline to apply is 23 Mar 2018. See the ICCROM website for details.
2017 IMES Annual Conference “Restless Matters: the Socio-Political Lives of Historical Sites and Objects in the Middle East” When: Friday, April 14, 2017 9:00am – 3:00pm Where: Elliott School of International Affairs 1957 E St. NW Lindner Family Commons, room 602 Washington, District Of Columbia 20052 RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSciyHADs1v6UkogN1U80FNDB9n9EbMEVscwOLmMqFSmnKnY1w/viewform
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