International Archaeology Day: "'Monuments Men (and Women):' Cultural Property in Conflict Today"

11:00 AM  - 2:00 PM
Saturday Oct 18, 2014
Hewitt Hall, Art Building

To celebrate International Archaeology Day, U of M Law Professor Stephen Cribari will discuss humankind's tradition of cultural property depredation, and consider how cultural property is (or is not) protected, and highlight some of the major conflicts involving cultural property today in his lecture  at 11am in Hewitt Hall. The lecture will be followed by a reception for “Students in Archaeology: Poster Presentation of Recent Fieldwork and Research Projects Related to Archaeology, Repatriation, Preservation and Presentation” from noon-2pm in the Fine Arts Commons. This event is co-sponsored with the Archaeological Institute of America. 


Contact: Vanessa Rousseau,

This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff, Faculty, Parents and Families and Public

Admission: free and open to the public

Sponsored By: Art and Art History

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