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- Conversation on Europe: The Ongoing Struggle to Recover Nazi-Looted Art.
Conversation on Europe: The Ongoing Struggle to Recover Nazi-Looted Art.
For this last Conversations on Europe of Spring semester, join us and the University of Pittsburgh for an interactive virtual roundtable discussion on the Ongoing Struggle to Recover Nazi-Looted Art.
During and before World War II the Nazis stole art from Jewish families and then from occupied countries during the war. After the war and continuing until now, there have been many efforts to recover the stolen art and return it to their rightful owners. In this panel, Lynn Nicholas, author of The Rape of Europa, will provide a history of the looting and efforts to recover and return the art. Vivian Curran will discuss current cases in the United States
Moderator: Vivian Curran, Distinguished Professor of Law Lynn H. Nicholas, the Pitt Law School
Vivian Curran, Distinguished Professor of Law Lynn H. Nicholas, the Pitt Law School
Lynn H. Nicholas, Author of "The Rape of Europe"
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Hosted by European Studies Center, a Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh
Co-sponsors and participating centers: The Miami-Florida Jean Monnet Center of Excellence at Florida International University, the Center for European Studies at the University of Florida, the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies at Georgia Tech, and the European Union Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union