Trafficking Culture attending SAA San Francisco 15-19 April
13 Apr 2015
Neil Brodie and Donna Yates will be attending the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in San Francisco from 15 until 19 April.
We will be chairing a multidisciplinary session from 8am to 10:15am on Saturday, 18 April in room “Golden Gate 4”. All conference attendees are invited and we look forward to an interesting discussion.
Investigating the trafficking of cultural objects: novel and interdisciplinary approaches
Antiquities, drugs, guns, diamonds, wildlife: toward a theory of transnational criminal markets in illicit goods
The Kapoor Case: International collaboration on antiquities provenance research
Alternative Strategies in Confronting Looting and Trafficking in Defense of Peruvian Portable Heritage
The Ka Nefer Nefer and Federal Intervention in the Illicit Antiquities Trade
Geospatial strategies for mapping large scale archaeological site destruction: The case from Egypt
Bones of Contention: Further Investigation into the Online Trade in Archaeological and Ethnographic Human Remains
Duncan Chappell & Damien Huffer
The ruin of the Maya heartland: successes, failures, and consequences of four decades of antiquities trafficking regulation
Donna Yates (Me!)
Syria: Cultural Property Protection Policy Failure?
Morag Kersel will also be presenting a paper on her project Follow the Pots
*Due to unforeseen circumstances, Simon Mackenzie will not be able to attend the conference. Those interested in his paper topic are invited to get in touch with the Trafficking Culture Project.