The Catholic University of Lyon Law School offers students, scholars and general public, lectures on European cultural law.
The lectures, remote on Teams and/or face-to-face, will explore the foundations and evolutions that drive this particular area of law.
These lectures are organized by the Faculty of Law, the Confluence "Sciences and Humanities" Research Unit (Catholic University of Lyon) and co-financed by the Jean MONNET “Europe in interculturality” Module.
(Scientific Direction, Alexandre Palanco, Assistant Professor, Catholic University of Lyon Law School)
Three of the lectures will be held in English, without translation:
Monday 10th of January (online lecture, Teams 5.30 p.m. CET)
"EU’s Fight Against The Illicit Trafficking Of Cultural Objects"
Kristin Hausler, Director of the Centre for International Law and Dorset Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL), London
Monday 14th of March (online lecture, Teams 5.30 p.m. CET)
"Design and Artistic Expression: Measuring Originality as a Gargantuan Venture"
Barbara Pasa, Professor of Comparative Private Law at the Iuav University of Venice
Thursday 7h of April (face-to-face lecture in Lyon, live-broadcasted on Teams, 4 p.m. CET)
"European cultural law in the context of international law: recent developments"
Robert Peters, German Federal Foreign Office (Multilateral Cultural Policy), Member of the ICOMs Ethics Committee (ETHCOM) and of the International Law Association (ILA)
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