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Human history is chronicled in sites and museums throughout Iraq
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The Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture and Design posted a news piece about their support to the Nimrud Rescue Project. https://www.shangrilahawaii.org/news/learn-about-shangri-las-partnership-with-the-smithsonian/.
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art published a short write-up called “Recovering Nimrud: Smithsonian’s Projects in Iraq” athttps://www.bowdoin.edu/art-museum/news/2020/recovering-nimrud-smithsonians-projects-in-iraq.html. The write-up describes a visit to Bowdoin and lecture given by Smithsonian Institution staff Jessica S. Johnson and Cori Wegener.
On April 29th, the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC) published the article “The Nimrud Rescue Project” in Studies in Conservation as part of the forthcoming supplement: IIC 2020 congress preprints. The article is available athttps://doi.org/10.1080/00393630.2020.1753357.
On May 7th, Research, Assessment and Safeguarding of the Heritage of Iraq in Danger (RASHID) International published a webpage on Nimrud that includes a reference to the Nimrud Rescue Project: https://rashid-international.org/nimrud/.
The Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative hosted a live presentation entitled “Heritage and Capacity Building in Iraq Today” on Facebook Live on June 30th with Smithsonian staff Jessica S. Johnson and Brian Michael Lione. The discussion focuses on work at IICAH and includes references to the Nimrud Rescue Project. A recording of the event is at https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=923097831526202.
Presentations given at the “Current Approaches to the Conservation of Conflict-Affected Heritage.” conference were recorded and put up on YouTube:
Kent Severson talking about Nimrud Rescue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfCuLhPZxNU
Brian Lione talking about Reconstructing Iraq's Cultural Heritage sector: https://youtu.be/i2pRFjfXkeo
Jessica S. Johnson talking about the Iraq Institute: https://youtu.be/wXc2CHKLHwQ
Saving Iraq’s Cultural Heritage: Training Iraqi Conservators
in Gordion, Turkey (Expedition)
Mission Aims to Salvage What's Left of Nimrud (Science)
In Devasted Areas, Modern Technology Helps Track Ancient Treasures (US News and World Report)
Who Gets to Own Iraq's Religious Heritage (The Atlantic)
Safeguarding Cultural Heritage (Sidedoor: a Podcast from the Smithsonian, episode 7, starting at 13:58)
Video feature onthe Fundamentals of Heritage Conservation graduation (Yalla Iraq)
As ISIS Loses Ground, Scholars Return to Beloved Historical Sites (PBS Newshour)
Crash Courses Prepare Art Conservators for Catastrophic Disasters (Smithsonian Magazine)
Archaeologists Return to Neanderthal Cave as ISIS Pushed from Iraq (LiveScience)
Remarks at Threats to Cultural Heritage in Iraq and Syria Event (US Department of State)
Kurdish Heritage on the Fast Track (ASOR Blog)
What Can You Do? Sharing Knowledge About Iraq’s Vanishing Cultural Heritage (Saving Antiquities for Everyone)
Foreign Collaboration Gives a Hand to Iraq’s Antiquities Professionals (RUDAW)
Iraqis Hone Skills to Preserve Heritage (Iraq-business news)
U.S.-Iraq Joint Committee on Cultural and Educational Cooperation (US Department of State)
Iraq Unveils Restoration Plan for Heritage Sites (Mawtani.com)
Architecture Faculty Help Rebuild Iraq’s Cultural Heritage (UTSA Today)
The Iraq Institute: Educating a New Generation of Heritage Professionals (TAARRII newsletter)
Monuments Woman (The Wall Street Journal)
Cold War Spy Photos Help Locate Sites … and Teach Students in Iraq (The Art Newspaper)
Diane Siebrandt on Iraq’s Cutural Heritage and Current Preservation Efforts (SAFE)
University Assists Iraqi Institute with Future Plans (UDaily)
Decade After Museum Looting, Institute for Preserving Iraq’s Heritage Thrives (UDaily)
Iraqi Institute Teaches Museum Professionals New Skills (UDaily)
Iraqi Conservation Institute Receives Funding to Expand (UDaily)
Winterthur Teaches Cultural Heritage Preservation In Iraq (Winterthur Museum)
Global UD-led Partnership Instructs Iraqi Students in Artifact Conservation (UD Global Magazine)
U.S.-Iraq Joint Coordinating Committee for Cultural and Educational Cooperation (US Department of State)
Celebration of the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (US Consulate Erbil)
Iraqi Conservation Institute Celebrates Full Implementation of Academic Programs (US Department of State)
IICAH's Progress Applauded by U.S. Secretary of State (UDaily)
Joint Statement by The United States of America and The Republic of Iraq Higher Coordinating Committee (US Press Secretary)
Joint Statement by US and Iraq Higher Coordinating Committee (Iraq-business news)
Iraq and United States Cooperate to Protect Iraq's Cultural Heritage (Mawtani.com)
Institute Trains Museum Professionals to Protect Cultural Treasures (UDaily)
Group Working on Conservation of Iraqi Heritage Meets in Delaware (UDaily)
2010 (and before)
Museum Helps Save Iraqi Treasures (The Baltimore Sun)
Iraqi Institute Works to Preserve Cultural Heritage (UDaily)
UD to Help Restore Iraq's Cultural Treasures (UDaily)
Renewal in Iraq (Archaeology Today)
Iraq Cultural Heritage Project (US Embassy)
Getty Conservation Institute
The Walters Art Museum
Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
Cultural Heritage Center
US Embassy Baghdad
University of Arizona