Blood Antiquities: Cultural Heritage at Risk from Conflict, Looting and Illegal Transport

Date: 
Friday, October 6, 2017 -
11:50am to 1:00pm
Location: 
Classroom F (246) - Hirsch Hall

Blood Antiquities: Cultural Heritage at Risk from Conflict, Looting and Illegal Transport,” lunchtime presentation by Professor James K. Reap. A Georgia Law alumnus, his positions include: Professor and Graduate Coordinator of the Master of Historic Preservation Program, College of Environment + Design, University of Georgia; member, U.S. Department of State Cultural Property Advisory Committee; Secretary General, Committee on Legal, Administrative and Financial Issues, International Council of Monuments and Sites; and board member, U.S. Committee of the Blue Shield. Dean Rusk International Law Center presents.

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Britney Hardweare
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