Alternate Tuesdays 1-2pm & Thursdays 5-6pm
Seminar Room, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Downing Site, unless otherwise indicated
30 January: Johanna Zetterstrom-Sharp (MAA, University of Cambridge): ‘Moral'(un)certainties and colonial distances: materiality, museums and the end of empire in British Africa'
6 February: Catherine Forbes (Senior Associate, GML Heritage, Australia): ‘A tale of two cities, two earthquakes, two responses and two outcomes: Post-disaster recovery for cultural heritage in Christchurch and Kathmandu’
15 February: Sarah Nankivell (Forensic Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London): 'Forensic Architecture: Methods for investigating and evidencing heritage destruction in conflict'
20 February: Ariane Perrin (Centre for Korean Studies, CNRS-EHESS, Paris): ‘Tracking and repatriating lost Korean Buddhist cultural properties’
1 March: Peter Stone (UNESCO Chair in Cultural Property Protection & Peace, Newcastle University): ‘Protecting cultural property during armed conflict – responsibility or distraction?'
6 March: Simon Kaner (Sainsbury Institute): ‘Globalising East Anglia’s archaeological heritage’
15 March: Dan Stone (Royal Holloway, University of London): ‘Holocaust as Heritage? The International Tracing Service Archive’