Traditional Chinese of the Code of Ethics Drafted

  The ICOM NATHIST Ethics working group is delighted to announce that the National Taiwan has created a Traditional Chinese version of The ICOM Code of Ethics for Natural History Museums, making the seventh language for the document. National Taiwan Museum, the oldest museum in Taiwan, was established in 1908. Its collection and research focus…

More on Moa

A couple of years ago, we posted on the ethics of fossil hunting and made special reference to collecting moa sub-fossils in New Zealand. Since then, a group of New Zealand natural heritage advocates are calling on the Government to change legislation to provide better protection for the remains of extinct native species such as moa and huia.…

Book Announcment – Scandalous: A Reader on Art and Ethics

Book Announcement The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, and Sternberg Press are pleased to announce the publication of Scandalous: A Reader on Art and Ethics (ed. Nina Möntmann). A book launch will take place at Iaspis in Stockholm, with presentations by Nina Möntmann and Måns Wrange and a film screening by Renzo Martens. Recent encounters…