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Outline CPP Master’s DUK Time Schedule CPP Master’s DUK Ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues and friends, Please find attached the details of the English version of our Masters programme in Cultural Property Protection, which will start in October 2020 at Danube University Krems. Please do share with any interested parties and spread the word. The… Read More
See AIA Statement on the urgency of protecting Iranian cultural property, in response from threats from President Trump to target Iranian cultural sites.
Respect and Protect: fulfilling the obligation to safeguard cultural property in the military context
Aimed at the archaeological, wider academic and interested lay communities, this day conference will be a chance to hear from those directly involved in this field and discuss the issues and challenges faced. https://www.sal.org.uk/events/2019/11/respect-and-protect/
[ShovelBums] Excavation Supervisor Iraqi Kurdistan, transport/room/board covered (no salary), June-early July 2019
I once was a field director of a project in the Peten of Guatemala with Vanderbilt for a salary of one beer a month, but my travel expenses were not covered. Though they did transport my ’78 Suzuki GS400 back to Antigua for me at the end of the season after if broke down in… Read More
CHAMP Newsletter_APR 2019