This conference is the culmination of a semester-long, unique course titled ‘Nazi-Looted Art: Law and Provenance Research’, a special collaboration between the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, funded by its programme of excellency (Transdisciplinary Research Area [“TRA”] 4), and Tel Aviv University.
Registration deadline: 1 Feb 2022
Deutsches Historisches Institut, Rome; University of Cambridge, UK; University of Konstanz, Germany:
The ‘Return of Beauty’? The politics of restitution of Nazi-looted art in Italy, the Federal Republic of Germany and Austria, 1945-1998
Assistant Director, Institute of Art and Law, UK:
The Return of Cultural Artefacts – the Post-colonial case
Hagi Kenaan, Chair,
Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University:
What is a Hermeneutics of Restitution?
Prof Leora Bilsky, The Benno Gitter Chair in Human Rights and Holocaust, Research, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University; Director, The Minerva Center of Human Rights, Tel Aviv University
Prof Dr Matthias Weller, Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Professor for Civil Law, Art and Cultural Property Law; Director of the Institute for German and International Civil Procedural Law, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
We cordially invite you to participate in our video conference. In order to do so, please register with firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a confirmation of your registration by email. Please allow us some time to process your registration. On the day before the event, on 1 February 2022, you will receive the access data for the video conference via zoom per email, including our data protection concept.
Please note that we intend to record the event to make it afterwards publicly available on the internet and registration includes giving consent to this.