Source: The Conversation

Crime of culture: American Animals and the history of rare book heists

(General)

Leah Henrickson (2018). Crime of culture: American Animals and the history of rare book heists. The Conversation. 17 September.

Lesson from Brazil: Museums are not forever

(Brazil)

Chip Colwell (2018). Lesson from Brazil: Museums are not forever. The Conversation. 6 September.

The violent collectors who gathered Indigenous artefacts for the Queensland Museum

(Australia)

Gemmia Burden (2018). The violent collectors who gathered Indigenous artefacts for the Queensland Museum. The Conversation. 27 May.

Fifteen years after looting, thousands of artefacts are still missing from Iraq's national museum

(Iraq)

Craig Barker (2018). Fifteen years after looting, thousands of artefacts are still missing from Iraq's national museum. The Conversation. 9 April.

Indigenous cultural appropriation: what not to do

(Australia)

Angelina Hurley (2017). Indigenous cultural appropriation: what not to do. The Conversation. 28 November.

Why archaeological antiquities should not be sold on the open market, full stop

(General)

Alice Stevenson (2017). Why archaeological antiquities should not be sold on the open market, full stop. The Conversation. 13 July.

Cultural appropriation: theft or fair exchange?

(General)

Andy Pratt (2017). Cultural appropriation: theft or fair exchange?. The Conversation. 10 April.

Ghost ships: why are World War II naval wrecks vanishing in Indonesia?

(Indonesia)

Natali Pearson (2017). Ghost ships: why are World War II naval wrecks vanishing in Indonesia?. The Conversation. 26 February.

Imitation game: how copies can solve our cultural heritage crises

(General)

Felicity Strong (2016). Imitation game: how copies can solve our cultural heritage crises. The Conversation. 4 December.

How the archaeological review behind the Dakota Access Pipeline went wrong

(United States of America)

Chip Colwell (2016). How the archaeological review behind the Dakota Access Pipeline went wrong. The Conversation. 21 November.

Friday essay: war crimes and the many threats to cultural heritag

(Mali)

Ian Lilley (2016). Friday essay: war crimes and the many threats to cultural heritag. The Conversation. 14 October.

How much money is ISIS actually making from looted art?

(Iraq; Syria)

Fiona Rose-Greenland (2016). How much money is ISIS actually making from looted art?. The Conversation. 31 May.

The secret to all great art forgeries

(General)

Jeff Taylor (2016). The secret to all great art forgeries. The Conversation. 5 January.

Bricks and mortar fire: Yemen's cultural heritage is in the crosshairs

(Yemen)

Bastien Varoutsikos (2015). Bricks and mortar fire: Yemen's cultural heritage is in the crosshairs. The Conversation. 17 December.

History wars: archaeologists battle to save our heritage from the nighthawks

(United Kingdom)

Mark Horton (2015). History wars: archaeologists battle to save our heritage from the nighthawks. The Conversation. 14 October.

Stolen cultural objects: what's the role of Australian galleries?

(Australia)

Lyndel Prott (2014). Stolen cultural objects: what's the role of Australian galleries?. The Conversation. 30 November.

Fears grow for safety of Iraq's cultural heritage under ISIS

(Iraq)

Eleanor Robson (2014). Fears grow for safety of Iraq's cultural heritage under ISIS. The Conversation. 10 July.