Illicit markets

A talk by Felia Allum, Khamal Patterson, Katie A. Paul, Dr. Nicolas Santiago Lien and Bret Windhauser
Polis, University of Bath, The University of Mississippi, Center for Air and Space Law, Posdoctoral Research UFSCar and The Quad Preparatory School

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In this session, Khamal Patterson from the University of Maryland will present his paper on modern livestock trafficking by organized crime and its impact on communities, development, and markets. After this intervention, Katie A. Paul will present her findings on the role of social media in antiquities trafficking and the type of regulation needed to reel in the growth of online black markets. Dr. Profesor Nicolas Santiago Lien will deliver a presentation on new international criminal actors in charge of the intermediation of transnational drug-criminal operations from South America. The session will conclude with a presentation by Bret Windhauser, who will speak about illicit captagon trade in Saudi Arabia and the future of regional drug trade.

Felia Allum

Professor of comparative organised crime and corruption, University of Bath, UK

Khamal Patterson

Cultural property lawyer researching the links between art and artifact trafficking and organized crime. Examined criminal syndicates operating in Europe, the Levant, and Latin America.

Katie A. Paul

Co-director of the Antiquities Trafficking and Heritage Anthropology Research (ATHAR) Project Project and a founding member of the Alliance to Counter Crime Online (ACCO).

Bret Windhauser

History teacher at The Quad Preparatory School in New York City.

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