About the part that art plays in a globalising society

Framer Framed

Naomi Oosterman

Naomi Oosterman is an Assistant Professor of Cultural Heritage at the Department of Arts and Culture Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Cluster Manager of the research group Heritage under Threat, part of the Centre for Global Heritage and Development. Her research interests are the policing of art and heritage crime, the illicit trade of arts and antiquities (with a particular focus on Latin America), and contested and colonial heritage. She is the editor (with Dr. Donna Yates) of the volumes Crime and art: Sociological and criminological perspectives of crimes in the art world and Art Crime in Context. Recently, she has published the co-edited volume (with Camila Andrea Malig Jedlicki and Dr. Rodrigo Christofoletti) titled Colonial heritage, conflict, and contestation: Negotiating decolonisation in Latin America.


Rematriation Rehearsals: On a Mesoamerican Skull Displayed in Leiden
A conversation on 3D printing in the context of stolen or looted artefacts from indigenous communities