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Study Art Crime in Italy

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The Association for Research into Crimes against Art (ARCA) 2014 Postgraduate Certificate Program in International Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection program will be held from May 29 through… More ›

Study Art Crime in Italy

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2014 POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN ART CRIME AND CULTURAL HERITAGE PROTECTION

Professor of Art Crime

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The Secret History of Art was asked to write an autobiographical essay about getting into the study of art crime for the alumni magazine of St John’s College, University of Cambridge, where I… More ›

Post-Graduate Certificate Program in Art Crime

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ARCA’s Certificate Program in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection Studies is now taking applications for its fourth season as the first, and only, interdisciplinary program of study in the… More ›

Why Art Crime has Gone Understudied

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Despite being the estimated third highest-grossing criminal trade worldwide, behind only drugs and arms, according to the US Department of Justice, Scotland Yard, the Carabinieri, and other notable… More ›

Criminology vs Criminalistics

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Today was the first part of a two-day conference on Criminalistics and Criminal Investigation, hosted by the Faculty of Security and Criminal Justice of University of Maribor, held in Ljubljana,… More ›

New B.A. in Germany Trains Stolen Art Hunters

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The Freie Universitat in Berlin has announced a new undergraduate program in the origins of art and cultural property.  The university states that this new program, which will focus on provenance… More ›

ARCA Conference on the Study of Art Crime

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Happy April 1, otherwise known as Opening Day for Major League Baseball.  The Secret History of Art has been a rabid Red Sox fan through the bad times and now the good, so fingers crossed for this… More ›