The Trade in Illicit Antiquities—Iraq a case study

15 Aug 2012

The Great North Museum Hancock On Tuesday the 21st of August there is an opportunity to see Dr Neil Brodie give a lecture about the illicit trade in antiquities from Iraq.

New website is launched!

13 Aug 2012

Welcome to the Trafficking Culture project website! We hope you will find its content useful, informative, and easy to navigate. Over the coming years, this website will keep visitors informed of Trafficking Culture and its development, provide access to related publications , signpost to other useful resources and links, and offer key information through our Encyclopedia on key case studies,...

Introducing Jessica Dietzler

13 Aug 2012

Jessica Dietzler We are really happy to welcome Jessica Dietzler, who has been awarded the Illicit Antiquities and Global Criminal Markets Scholarshipat the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, funded by the University of Glasgow College of Social Sciences. This doctoral research will complement the work of Trafficking Culture, and her findings will feed directly into the broader research...

Welcoming our Leverhulme Early Career Fellow!

13 Aug 2012

We are very pleased to announce that Dr Donna Yates, who has been working as a Research Associate with us since May, will be starting her Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship on 1 September. Donna also holds a Core Fulbright Grant, and will be researching the illicit trade in Latin American antiquities, looking primarily at Andean South America with a particular focus on the situation in Bolivia.