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Course management

External speakers

Module I: Collections related to colonial contexts

(subject to change)

Dr. Claire Brizon, Art historian and museologist, researcher at the MCAH and project manager at Lange & Schmutz Provenance Research GmbH.

Dr. Gudrun Föttinger, Head of Collections, Bernisches Historisches Museum

Dr. Béatrice Blandin, Curator of the Archaeology Department, Musée d'art et d'histoire, Geneva

Dr. Jocelyne Desideri, Lecturer at the ARCAN Laboratory and member of the Anthropological Collections Commission

Dr. Priska Gisler (in English), Director of the Institute for Art Theory and Practice, University of the Arts, Bern

Isabel Garcia Gomez, curator-restorer, Musée d'ethnographie de Genève

Floriane Morin, Curator of the Africa Department, Musée d'ethnographie de Genève

Dr. Alice Hertzog, anthropologist, Provenance researcher, Ethnographic Museum Zurich

Dr. Marion Bertin, post-doctoral researcher, Centre d'histoire sociale des mondes contemporains and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Anthony Meyer, Galerie Oceanic and Inuit Art, Paris

Denis Pourawa, Kanak writer, poet and author

Mathias C. Pfund, artist and art historian

Dr. Sara Petrella, scientific collaborator at UniFR and artistic coordinator at the Indigenous Peoples' Research and Information Centre

Patricia Simon, M.A., Research associate at Lange & Schmutz Recherche de provenance Sàrl and doctoral student at UniBE

Honoré Tchatchouang, heritage curator

Module II: Looted Property in the National Socialist Era

(subject to change)

Pauline Baer de Perignon (Paris, France), author of „La collection disparue”

Avishag Ben-Yosef, Hebrew University, Israël

Deidre Berger, Chair Executive Board, Jewish Digital Cultural Recovery Project

Aleksandra Brodowska, National Institute of Cultural Heritage (Support Center for Culture in Ukraine), Warsaw, Poland

Tal Bruttmann, historian, Holocaust specialist, University of Cergy, France

Dr. Christoph Kreutzmüller, Freie Universität Berlin & Selma Stern Zentrum für Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg

Dr. Nikola Doll, Head of the Department of Looted Art and Provenance Research at the Federal Office of Culture, Bern

Pamella Guerdat, associate Curator of Fine Arts and responsible for Provenance Research, Musée Jenisch Vevey

Dr. Yurii Kaparulin, Kherson State University, Ukraine & University of Michigan, USA

Prof. Valérie Kobi, assistant professor of modern art history and museology at the University of Neuchâtel

Dr. Carolin Lange, associate researcher at the Institute for the History of German Jews, University of Hamburg and co-founder and director of Lange & Schmutz Provenance Research Sàrl.

Camille Noé Marcoux, historian and art historian, provenance researcher associated with the Mission de recherche et de restitution des biens culturels spoliés entre 1933 et 1945, Ministry of Culture, Paris

Dr. Andrea F. G. Raschèr, lawyer and consultant

Dr. Thomas Schmutz, Full professor at the Institute of Art History and Museology at the University of Neuchâtel and co-founder and director of Lange & Schmutz Provenance research Sàrl

Dr. Yechiel Weizman, Bar-Ilan University, Israël

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