Evelien Campfens is a PhD candidate and researcher at Leiden University. Between 2002 and 2016 she was general secretary to the Dutch Restitutions Committee for Nazi looted art. She is a member of the International Law Association Committee ‘Participation in Global Cultural Heritage Governance’ and sits on the Board of Trustees of the German Lost Art Foundation.
- Nazi looted art: a note in favour of clear standards and neutral procedures (Art Antiquity and Law, Vol. XXII, Issue 4 2017)
- Whose Cultural Heritage? Crimean Treasures at the Crossroads of Politics, Law and Ethics (Art Antiquity and Law Vol. XXII, Issue 3, October 2017.)
- Fair and Just Solutions? Alternatives to Litigation in Nazi-looted Art Disputes, Status Quo and New Developments (Eleven Publishers, The Hague, 2015)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution in Restitution Claims and the Binding Expert Opinion Procedure of the Dutch Restitutions Committee (Art, Cultural Heritage and the Market’, V. Vadi and H.E.G.S. Schneider (eds.), Springer 2014)
- Gestolen waar gedijt niet’ (NRC 16 March 2018)