Programme

Roberta Mazza: Introduction

Speakers read the following papers (David Gill, who was on the program, could not join the event):

Neil Brodie (University of Glasgow): The role of academics

Stuart Campbell (University of Manchester): Mesopotamian objects in a conflicted world

Roberta Mazza (University of Manchester): Who owns the past? Private and public papyrus collections

Chris Naunton (Egypt Exploration Society, London): Association policies: the case of the Egypt Exploration Society

Vernon Rapley (V&A Museum, National Museum Security Group, London): ‘Working together.’ Law enforcement and cultural sector, intelligence sharing and cooperation

James Ede (Charles Ede Ltd, London): Dealers: trade, traffic and the consequences of demonisation

The seminar was sponsored by the School of Arts, Languages, and Cultures of the University of Manchester.

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