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Cultural Heritage Law

Edited by: James A. R. Nafziger

ISBN13: 9780857937452
Published: December 2012
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £293.00



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This comprehensive collection of leading articles spans a broad range of international legal issues related to both tangible cultural material - such as archaeological and indigenous objects, fine art, shipwrecks, and cultural sites - and intangible heritage such as traditional knowledge and genetic information.

Specific topics include, among others, issues of definition and attribution, on-site protection of objects and sites, illegal trafficking and repatriation of objects, and protection of intangible heritage. Special attention is paid to applicable provisions of UNESCO treaties and other international instruments and to pertinent rules of private international law.

A concluding section focuses on the resolution of cultural heritage disputes by litigation and alternative methods. Along with an introduction by Professor Nafziger, this authoritative volume will be immensely valuable to students and professionals alike.

Subjects:
Art and Cultural Heritage Law
Contents:
Acknowledgements
Introduction James A.R. Nafziger

PART I DEFINITIONS AND FOUNDATIONS
1. Lyndel V. Prott and Patrick J. O'Keefe (1992), '"Cultural Heritage" or "Cultural Property"?'
2. Janet Blake (2000), 'On Defining the Cultural Heritage'
3. Ricardo J. Elia (1997), 'Looting, Collecting, and the Destruction of Archaeological Resources'
4. Clemency Coggins (1969), 'Illicit Traffic of Pre-Columbian Antiquities'
5. Rosemary J. Coombe (1993), 'The Properties of Culture and the Politics of Possessing Identity: Native Claims in the Cultural Appropriation Controversy'
6. Kwame Anthony Appiah (2006), 'Whose Culture Is It?'

PART II Control Structures in Family Firms A. Public International Law 1. Objects and Sites
7. John Henry Merryman (1986), 'Two Ways of Thinking About Cultural Property'
8. Lyndel V. Prott (2005), 'The International Movement of Cultural Objects'
9. Folarin Shyllon (2000-2), 'The Recovery of Cultural Objects by African States through the UNESCO and UNIDROIT Conventions and the Role of Arbitration'
10. Sabine von Schorlemer (2008), 'Compliance with the UNESCO World Heritage Convention: Reflections on the Elbe Valley and the Dresden Waldschlosschen Bridge'
11. Natasha A. Affolder (2009), 'The Private Life of International Treaties'
12. Tullio Scovazzi (2001), 'The 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage'
13. Craig Forrest (2002), 'A New International Regime for the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage'
14. James A.R. Nafziger (2003), 'The Evolving Role of Admiralty Courts in Litigation Related to Historic Wreck'
15. Francesco Francioni and Federico Lenzerini (2003), 'The Destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan and International Law'
16. Mary E. Footer and Christoph Beat Graber (2000), 'Trade Liberalization and Cultural Policy' 2. Intangible Heritage
17. Robert K. Paterson and Dennis S. Karjala (2003-04), 'Looking Beyond Intellectual Property in Resolving Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Indigenous Peoples'
18. James D. Nason and Joakim Peter (2009), 'Keeping Rong from Wrong: The Identification and Protection of Traditional Intellectual Property in Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia'
19. Lisa M. Elliott (2009), 'Property Rights of Ancient DNA: The Impact of Cultural Importance on the Ownership of Genetic Information' B. Private International Law
20. Paul M. Bator (1982), 'An Essay on the International Trade in Art'
21. Patricia Youngblood Reyhan (2001), 'A Chaotic Palette: Conflict of Laws in Litigation Between Original Owners and Good-Faith Purchasers of Stolen Art'
22. Kurt Siehr (2008), 'Commercial Transactions and the Forfeiture of State Immunity Under Private International Law' C. Market regulation
23. Patty Gerstenblith (2007), 'Controlling the International Market in Antiquities: Reducing the Harm, Preserving the Past'

PART III DISPUTE RESOLUTION
24. Norman Palmer (2000), 'Museums and the Holocaust: The Futility of Litigation'
25. Lawrence M. Kaye (2006), 'Avoidance and Resolution of Cultural Heritage Disputes: Recovery of Art Looted During the Holocaust'
26. Alan Scott Rau (1999), 'Mediation in Art-Related Disputes'