Edited by Lyndel Prott, Ruth Redmond-Cooper and Stephen Urice
January 2013 | Weight 430g | ISBN 978-1-903987-30-8
Making a Statement for Heritage Preservation: Ratifying the 2001 UNESCO Convention
Models of Implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention: Can Their
Effectiveness be Determined?
The Wishes of the Dead as a Reference Point in Law
Mediterranean Heritage: Possession and Dispossession
Guatemala: A Colourful Tapestry
‘Proper and Appropriate’ ‘Property and Appropriation’
Thijs J. Maarleveld
The World Heritage Convention and Non-State Actors
James R. Nafziger
Tangible Cultural Heritage and International Human Rights Law
Fetters and Stumbling Blocks: Impediments to the Recovery and Return of
Unlawfully Removed Cultural Objects – A Common Law Perspective
The Trade in Antiquities: Is it Time for Additional Approaches to
Reducing Destruction and Theft?
Protection and Return of Cultural Objects – the Interplay of Law and Ethics
Museums and Universal Heritage: Right of Return and Right of Access for Africans
Shifting Approaches to Unprovenanced Antiquities among Conservators
Kathryn Walker Tubb
Gross Violations of Human Rights and Restitution: Learning from Holocaust Claims
Can NGOs Change the Status of Cultural Heritage Protection in China?
The Case of CHP as an Example
Wang Yunxia and He Shuzhong
Afterword: Working Together
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