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Application for Masters Program

The Association for Research into Crimes against Art (ARCA) warmly invites applications to its third Masters program in the study of art crime and cultural heritage protection. This program provides in-depth, Masters level instruction in a wide variety of theoretical and practical elements of art and heritage crime: its history, its nature, its impact, and what can be done to curb it. Courses are taught by international experts, in the beautiful setting of Umbria, Italy. This interdisciplinary program offers substantive study for art police and security professionals, lawyers, insurers, curators, conservators, members of the art trade, and post-graduate students of criminology, law, security studies, sociology, art history, archaeology, and history.

For additional information (including a link for the 2011 Masters program application), visit http://artcrime.info/education.htm.



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