News, events, announcements, and other updates from the TRANSFORM team
Dr Donna Yates wrote a piece titled “Violence as a Value Enhancer in the Art Market” for the Social Science Research Council’s “Where Heritage Meets Violence” series. In this piece,
Neil Brodie and Donna Yates gave a keynote presentation titled “Money Laundering and Antiquities” at UNESCO/EU Workshop on the Role of the Financial Sector in the Fight against Illicit Trafficking
Neil Brodie and Donna Yates will give a keynote presentation titled “Money Laundering and Antiquities” at UNESCO/EU Workshop on the Role of the Financial Sector in the Fight against Illicit
New book titled Crime and Art: Sociological and Criminological Perspectives of Crimes in the Art World edited by Naomi Oosterman and Donna Yates is out now! “This volume brings together work
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