Friday, August 28, 2015

IraqCrisis: Communicating substantive information on cultural property damaged, destroyed or lost in Iraq, Syrias, Yemen, and Elsewhere

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IraqCrisis: Communicating substantive information on cultural property damaged, destroyed or lost from Libraries and Museums, and archaeological sites in Iraq during and after the war in April 2003, and on the worldwide response to the crisis.

La liste d'abonnes "IraqCrisis" est fournie et variee, venant de tres nombreux pays. Toutes les interventions sont les bienvenues, qu'elles soient redigees en francais, en allemand, en anglais, en arabe, ou en toute autre langue requise pour diffuser une information sur le sujet considere.
Die "IraqCrisis list" wendet sich an ein breitgefachertes internationales Publikum. Beitrage auf Franzosisch, Deutsch, Englisch, Arabisch oder in beliebigen anderen Sprachen, die Informationen zu diesem Thema vermitteln konnen, sind willkommen.

The IraqCrisis list has a broad and varied international subscribership. Submissions are welcome in French, German, English, Arabic and any other language required to communicate information on the subject matter.

IraqCrisis oroginated one of the projects of the Iraq Museum Working Group at the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago.
IraqCrisis was founded in April 2003  as an email lists to share substantive information on damage to archaeological sites, libraries, and museums following the American invasion of Iraq that Spring. It has remained active these past twelve years. It still seeks to assist in passing along reliable reports of risk and damage to cultural property during the current crisis.

In 2014, in response to the widening conflict, IraqCrisis expanded its scope to cover Syria, Yemen and elsewhere.

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