The conference began the evening of Wednesday, October 26 and concluded at 1:00 on Friday, October 28. The schedule:
Wednesday, 5:30 pm: Dinner with speakers and invited guests
Wednesday, 7 pm: Showing of “The Rape of Europa” followed by a discussion/lecture by Nicole Newnham, one of the movie’s producers/directors/writers
Thursday, noon: Brown bag lecture by Marc Masurovsky (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C., and co-founder of Holocaust Art Restitution Project): “A Primer on Nazi/Fascist Cultural Plunder and the Never-Ending Quest for Justice in the Post-War Era”
Thursday, 3 pm : Lecture by Victoria Reed (Monica S. Sadler Curator for Provenance, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston): “Nazi-Era Provenance: The Museum’s Perspective and the Researcher’s Role”
Oct. 27, 4:15 pm: Keynote speech by Professor Jonathan Petropoulos (John V. Croul Professor of European History, Claremont McKenna College): “Nazi Art Plundering, Post-War Restitution, and the Restitution Field Going Forward”
Thursday, 5:30–7 pm: Dinner with speakers, faculty, and students.
Thursday, 7:30 pm: Lecture by Lucian Simmons (Worldwide Director of Provenance and Restitution at Sotheby’s, New York)
Friday, noon: Brown bag lunch lecture and discussion with Austrian Ambassador Hans Winkler (2011 Max Kade Distinguished Lecturer, sponsored by the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Max Kade Foundation): "Late Justice: Austria's efforts to deal with Nazi-looted art in public museums and collections"