Conflict Culture Research Network

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The Conflict Culture Research Network launched in 2016.  As a partnership between the Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative, the University of Pennsylvania Museum, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and over a dozen university- and museum-based researchers, the CCRN has three main research goals:

The network brings together subject matter experts in archaeology, anthropology, and other allied fields; specialists in conflict studies from political science, geography, sociology; and methodological experts from the data sciences. This research community has developed common definitions and coding standards that will enable the future development of large-scale datasets documenting and quantifying the destruction of cultural heritage.

For more information about the network, please visit: