This research project is the first attempt to investigate the transfer of cultural assets in the Alpe Adria area in the 20th century. In an unprecedented transnational and collaborative way, it will engage a multinational team of scholars to analyze “Uses of the Past”, in particular historical and current conflicts of ownership, patrimony, and cultural heritage.
Provenance, why does it matter? Provenance, Dispossession and Translocation Research
Call for Participation
Summer School, Zadar/Croatia, August 27-31, 2018
Zadar, August 27 – 31, 2018
Deadline: Mar 16, 2018
Transfer of Cultural Objects in the Alpe Adria Region (TransCultAA) is a three-year-research project financed by the European Union in the HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area) funding scheme (“Uses of the Past”). Its multinational team of scholars analyses historical and current conflicts of ownership, patrimony and cultural heritage. TransCultAA examines the very concrete and material results of a genuinely European history of transfers, translocations, displacements, confiscations, lootings, thefts of cultural objects, and restitution politics: Who transferred or translocated which objects, when and why? Which explanations (if any) were – and are – given? Continue reading “CFP: Summer School: Provenance, why does it matter? (Zadar, 27-31 Aug 18)”→
Dispossessions of Cultural Objects between 1914 and 1989/1991 – Alpe Adria Region in Comparative Perspective
Ljubljana, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC SAZU, March 19 – 21, 2018
Deadline: Nov 12, 2017
The research project team Transfer of Cultural Objects in the Alpe Adria Region in the 20th Century (TransCultAA) invites applications for papers to be presented in Ljubljana in March 19-21, 2018.
Transfer of Cultural Objects in the Alpe Adria Region in the 20th Century (TransCultAA) is a HERA – Humanities in the European Research Area – international and interdisciplinary research project of four countries (Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia, together with the Commission for Provenance Research in Vienna, Austria, as associated partner). The four principal investigators are Christian Fuhrmeister, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich (project leader), Donata Levi, University of Udine, Barbara Murovec, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, and Ljerka Dulibić, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters HAZU in Zagreb. The project is being funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649307. Continue reading “CFP: Dispossessions of Cultural Objects (Ljubljana, 19-21 Mar 18)”→