Webinar – Modern Men and Amateurs of Antiquities: Collecting Practice in 19th-century Ottoman Tunisia – March 30

Submitted by Lola Owoseni:

New York University, Silsila: Center for Material Histories

 

MODERN MEN AND AMATEURS OF ANTIQUITIES: COLLECTING PRACTICE IN 19th-CENTURY OTTOMAN TUNISIA

ANN: Foregeries and uses of forgery national and oriental antiques in the art market. ONLINE one day event 16/12/2021

Crossed points of view: heritage, investigation, law and justice  (Webinar the 16/12/2020)
This conference will address the production, circulation and sale of false archaeological cultural goods in France, Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Syria and elsewhere. In this interdisciplinary dialogue, it will also discusse the main actors engaged in this fight, from the identification of objects to the prosecution of cases.
In  French, English and Arabic with simultaneous translation.

Re: CFP, The New American Antiquarian, Inaugural Issue

Daniel--Thanks for your interest. All publications will be reviewed by at least two Ph.D. holders. We are also collecting contacts for those who hold a M.L.S./M.A., and a record of publishing or relevant professional accomplishments, for supplemental review in certain cases. Kindly, Peter & Simeon

Istanbul: The Story of a City from Roman times to the Ottoman Conquest

"Istanbul: The Story of a City from Roman times to the Ottoman Conquest"

With Roberta Marin (Nasser Khalili Collection & SOAS)

on Monday 12th June 2017

at The Treehouse, Berrick Saul Building, University of York (UK)

from 6:30pm – 7:30pm

 

Attendance by free ticket only available at http://yorkfestivalofideas.com/2017/talks/instanbul-story-of-a-city/ 

 

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