News, events, announcements, and other updates from the TRANSFORM team
Dr Simon Mackenzie’s inaugural lecture titled “Cryptocurrency scams and criminology” covered some of the scams currently flourishing in this new and alternative financial system. The lecture is now available online.
Dr Simon Mackenzie will give a talk titled ‘Bored apes and cryptopunks: Can you really make a million flipping jpegs in the new cyber economy of digital art’ to the
Dr. Annette Hübschle makes an appearance on the “Crime Spot meets SHERLOC” podcast. This podcast explores ‘transnational organized crime investigations, whilst drawing on the expertise of UNODC and the open-source
Yates will participate in online summer school Cross Border Transfer of Cultural Objects: the Law, Challenges, and Practice
Dr Donna Yates will give a lecture titled “The antiquities trade: Defining a grey market?” at online summer school Cross Border Transfer of Cultural Objects: the Law, Challenges, and Practice.
Dr Donna Yates will participate in roundtable Session #376. “Expanding Horizons: Decolonisation, Contested Ownership of Archaeological Material, and the 1970 UNESCO Convention on Cultural Property” at the 2021 annual meeting
Dr Simon Mackenzie will give an in-person presentation at Annual Conference and AGM held by the New Zealand Institute of Patent Attorneys. Dr Mackenzie will give a talk titled “NFTs:
Dr Annette Hübschle makes several cameo appearances on the brand new podcast – The Invisible Hand. This podcast explores the complexity of rhino poaching in Southern Africa. This series follows
Dr Simon Mackenzie has been invited to speak at the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference which celebrates 50th anniversary of the 1970 Convention. The conference is organised jointly by the UNESCO office in
Dr Donna Yates will be giving a public talk titled “The Curious Case of the Persian Guard: Looting, Trafficking, and White Collar Crime in Art World”. The talk is organised
Dr Simon Mackenzie will be speaking at symposium “Preventing Art Crime” organised by The New Zealand Art Crime Research Trust. The symposium will take place at City Gallery Wellington on
“Trafficking Transformations” project is hosting an online conference “The Power of Things: Understanding relationships between objects and crime. The conference will take place on 6 May 2021. This conference takes