Call for Papers: international conference on “Intersections in International Cultural Heritage Law”

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Georgetown University Faculty of Law will be hosting a conference on the international cultural heritage law, in the context of a “recent spate of threats to cultural heritage, including in Syria, Iraq, Nepal, and Yemen,” that “has led to increased focus on the scope of international law governing cultural heritage protection.” The deadline for submissions is October 30, 2015, and you can send your 400-word abstract to culturalheritage@law.georgetown.edu. More information about the conference topic and other details can be found here on the American Society for International Law website.

Additionally, if selected, you will be required to submit your paper to the conference by March 1, 2016, with a target length of about 7,500 to 10,000 words. A potential publication of the papers presented at the conference will be sought by its organizers.

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