These video lectures and podcast interviews featuring noted authors and experts in the field of cultural heritage preservation are produced by members and friends of SAFE to inform and inspire.
- Senta German speaks to journalist Ralph Frammolino about his new book co-authored with Jason Felch, Chasing Aphrodite: The Hunt for Looted Antiquities at the World’s Richest Museum from research to the writing process.(More)
- The former Chairman of the State Board of Antiquities and Heritage (SBAH) in Iraq speaks to SAFE founder Cindy Ho in this 38-minute interview.(More)
- Professor Richard Leventhal sat down with SAFE intern Cherkea Howery to discuss the goals of the Penn Cultural Heritage Center.(More)
- Colin Renfrew's the lecture "Combating the Illicit Antiquities Trade: A Time for Clarity" delivered on January 15, 2009 at New York's City University Graduate Center.(More)
- An interview with 2004 Beacon Award Winner and author Roger Atwood about the writing of Stealing History.(More)
This one-hour video lecture given by Peter Watson, co-author of The Medici Conspiracy describes how investigations of the illicit antiquities trade led to the trial of antiquities dealers Giacomo Medici and Robert Hecht, and former Getty Museum curator Marion True.
Nadia Tarzi discussed SAFE Tours, her work with the APAA, and Afghan cultural preservation.